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Educational Action Research

March 2005 Volume 13, Number 1

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Number of articles: 2

  1. Universities Learning to Learn? Inventing Flexible (E)Learning through First- and Second-Order Action Research

    Chris Trevitt

    As higher education and universities become a more mainstream interest in society, pressures mount to invent new curricula and new and more appropriate ways to support the curriculum invention... More

    pp. 57-84

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  2. From Curriculum to Activism: A Graduate Degree Program in Literacy to Develop Teachers as Leaders for Equity through Action Research

    Rachel Phillips & Sandra Hollingsworth

    This article presents findings from a 2-year reflexive action research study of a cohort-based Master's degree program in literacy for practicing teachers. Questions revolved around whether and how... More

    pp. 85-102

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