Action Research in Schools: A Panel Discussion
by Arno Bellack, Stephen M. Corey, Ronald C. Doll, M. F. Egdorf, Bernard Everett & Dorothy McClure Fraser - 1953
A panel discussion on action research in schools. The action researcher is a person who engages in research in order to cope more adequately with his own difficulties: problems that he as an individual-or it may be a group-is facing in connection with his attempts to improve teaching, administration, or supervision.
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