I was flattered to be invited to return to ISQ recently to speak about my experiences in Action Research. Last year, along with two of my colleagues, I conducted an inquiry into how to best leverage 1:1 devices in upper primary classrooms and investigate the impact they had on pedagogical approaches and outcomes.
The Action Research process is flexible, but in order to maintain momentum, researches need to commit to the ongoing process. Here are my tips to getting the most out of research projects in schools:
Have you done any research projects in your school? Share your experiences below! Feel free to contact me if you would like to discuss conducting research in schools.
Read all about my thoughts on teaching in the 21st Century, my experiences with technology in the classroom, running a Maker Space, launching STEAM and Design Thinking with students, coding, robotics and much more!
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