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The Resource Becoming a teacher through action research : process, context, and self-study, Donna Kalmbach Phillips and Kevin Carr, (electronic resource)

Becoming a teacher through action research : process, context, and self-study, Donna Kalmbach Phillips and Kevin Carr, (electronic resource)

Label
Becoming a teacher through action research : process, context, and self-study
Title
Becoming a teacher through action research
Title remainder
process, context, and self-study
Statement of responsibility
Donna Kalmbach Phillips and Kevin Carr
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
CDX
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Phillips, Donna Kalmbach
Dewey number
370.7
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Action research in education
  • Teachers
Label
Becoming a teacher through action research : process, context, and self-study, Donna Kalmbach Phillips and Kevin Carr, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Being a Student Teacher-Action Researcher
  • Reconstruction: What I Understand Now About Action Research
  • Content and Process Questions
  • Self-Study 1.1: Personal Interview
  • Cultural Context 1.1: To Deconstruct
  • Cultural Context 1.2: Images of School and Society
  • Introduction and Overview
  • Exploring Areas of Interest: Listening to Self
  • Explore your School Context: Listening to your Setting
  • Building a Research Community: Colleagues, Coursework, and Literature
  • Machine generated contents note:
  • Formulating a Critical Question
  • Sharpening Your Critical Question
  • Dissecting Your Critical Question
  • Summary
  • Content and Process Questions
  • Self-Study 2.1: Images of Self as Student Teacher-Researcher
  • Cultural Context 2.1: Getting to Know Your Classroom Culture
  • Cultural Context 2.2: Analyzing School Documents
  • Introduction to Data Collection Methods
  • Trustworthy Data Collection
  • Introduction to the Cultural Context Activities
  • Data Collection Methods
  • Purpose and Data Collection
  • Understanding Triangulation
  • Bringing it all Together: Your Research Data Compilation
  • Problematizing Practice: Applying the Key Concepts of Data Collection
  • Synthesizing the Act of Data Collection
  • Content and Process Questions
  • Self-Study 3.1: Personal Perspective and Reading the Classroom
  • Cultural Context 3.1: The Art and Craft of Negotiation
  • Cultural Context 3.2: When "New" Information Changes the Design
  • Introduction to the Self-Study Activities
  • Introduction to Action Research Design
  • The Action Research Design
  • The Context of the Study: Setting, Participants, and Researcher
  • The Context of the Study: The Story Behind the Action Research Project
  • Insight from Distant Colleagues (Literature Review)
  • Methodology: How the Problem, Dilemma, and/or Issue Will Be Addressed
  • Meaningful Results and Sharing
  • Analyzing and Deconstructing the Action Research Design for Cultural Competency
  • Summary
  • Content and Process Questions
  • Images of Teacher and Researcher
  • Self-Study 4.1: Rethinking your Action Research Design Through a Cultural Proficiency Lens
  • Self-Study 4.2: The Action Research Design and Cultural Proficiency
  • Cultural Context 4.1: Context Matters
  • Introduction and Overview of Data Analysis and Interpretation
  • Shared Concepts of Ongoing Data Analysis and Final Data Interpretation
  • A Cycle for Ongoing Data Analysis
  • Informal Ongoing Analysis
  • Organizing Data for Ongoing Analysis
  • Formal Ongoing Analysis and the Reflective Pause
  • Resisting Conclusions: Going with the Questions, the Dilemmas, and the Conflict
  • Exploring "Action" and "Research"
  • Changing Courses: Using Ongoing Analysis to Redirect and/or Refine the Action Research Study
  • Content and Process Questions
  • Self-Study 5.1: The Teacher-Researcher as Strategic Intervention
  • Self-Study 5.2: The Student Teacher-Researcher and Classroom Management
  • Self-Study 5.3: Scaffolding the Learning
  • Cultural Context 5.1: Practicing Deconstruction and Trustworthiness During Ongoing Data Analysis
  • Final Data Interpretation: Introduction and Overview
  • General Steps for Data Interpretation
  • Data Interpretation Illustrated: Liri's Journey Through Data Interpretation
  • Drafting Synthesis Statements
  • Philosophical Underpinnings of Action Research
  • Other Views of Data Interpretation: Alternative Scaffolds and Variations on These Scaffolds
  • One Last Look at Criteria for Trustworthiness
  • Content and Process Questions
  • Self-Study 6.1: A Cautionary Tale of Data Interpretation: Pamela's Story and the Case for Self-Reflexivity
  • Cultural Context 6.1: The Numbers Tell the Story
  • Cultural Context 6.2: Reading Empirical Research
  • Telling Your Story
  • How Should Action Research Sound? The Cultural Context of Academic Work
  • Guidelines for Going Public With Your Action Research
  • Developing Personal and Professional Style and Voice
  • Research Worlds, Research Lives: Forms of Action Research
  • Moving from Data Interpretation to Public Presentation
  • The Research Paper: Writing Your Story
  • The Portfolio: Showing Your Story
  • Using Art Forms to Represent Your Story
  • Using Posters and Brochures to Display Your Story
  • Celebrating and Sharing: Find Joy and Humility Through Action Research
  • Content and Process Questions
  • Looping Back and Articulating What You Know
  • Reviewing Major Themes of Student Teacher Action Research
  • Reviewing Action Research Technique
  • Frameworks for Action Research Commonly Used by Preservice Teachers
  • Reconsidering Triangulation
  • Action Research and Your First Year of Teaching
  • Action Research, Energy, Enthusiasm, and Loving Your Job as a Teacher
  • Becoming an Agent of Change Through Action Research
  • Forming a Vision, Creating a Plan
  • Beginning Again (and Always)
Control code
ocn870962652
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
3rd edition
Extent
1 online resource (1 online resource (254 pages))
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781317963851
Isbn Type
(electronic bk.)
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Other physical details
illustrations
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
560091
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)870962652
Label
Becoming a teacher through action research : process, context, and self-study, Donna Kalmbach Phillips and Kevin Carr, (electronic resource)
Publication
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Being a Student Teacher-Action Researcher
  • Reconstruction: What I Understand Now About Action Research
  • Content and Process Questions
  • Self-Study 1.1: Personal Interview
  • Cultural Context 1.1: To Deconstruct
  • Cultural Context 1.2: Images of School and Society
  • Introduction and Overview
  • Exploring Areas of Interest: Listening to Self
  • Explore your School Context: Listening to your Setting
  • Building a Research Community: Colleagues, Coursework, and Literature
  • Machine generated contents note:
  • Formulating a Critical Question
  • Sharpening Your Critical Question
  • Dissecting Your Critical Question
  • Summary
  • Content and Process Questions
  • Self-Study 2.1: Images of Self as Student Teacher-Researcher
  • Cultural Context 2.1: Getting to Know Your Classroom Culture
  • Cultural Context 2.2: Analyzing School Documents
  • Introduction to Data Collection Methods
  • Trustworthy Data Collection
  • Introduction to the Cultural Context Activities
  • Data Collection Methods
  • Purpose and Data Collection
  • Understanding Triangulation
  • Bringing it all Together: Your Research Data Compilation
  • Problematizing Practice: Applying the Key Concepts of Data Collection
  • Synthesizing the Act of Data Collection
  • Content and Process Questions
  • Self-Study 3.1: Personal Perspective and Reading the Classroom
  • Cultural Context 3.1: The Art and Craft of Negotiation
  • Cultural Context 3.2: When "New" Information Changes the Design
  • Introduction to the Self-Study Activities
  • Introduction to Action Research Design
  • The Action Research Design
  • The Context of the Study: Setting, Participants, and Researcher
  • The Context of the Study: The Story Behind the Action Research Project
  • Insight from Distant Colleagues (Literature Review)
  • Methodology: How the Problem, Dilemma, and/or Issue Will Be Addressed
  • Meaningful Results and Sharing
  • Analyzing and Deconstructing the Action Research Design for Cultural Competency
  • Summary
  • Content and Process Questions
  • Images of Teacher and Researcher
  • Self-Study 4.1: Rethinking your Action Research Design Through a Cultural Proficiency Lens
  • Self-Study 4.2: The Action Research Design and Cultural Proficiency
  • Cultural Context 4.1: Context Matters
  • Introduction and Overview of Data Analysis and Interpretation
  • Shared Concepts of Ongoing Data Analysis and Final Data Interpretation
  • A Cycle for Ongoing Data Analysis
  • Informal Ongoing Analysis
  • Organizing Data for Ongoing Analysis
  • Formal Ongoing Analysis and the Reflective Pause
  • Resisting Conclusions: Going with the Questions, the Dilemmas, and the Conflict
  • Exploring "Action" and "Research"
  • Changing Courses: Using Ongoing Analysis to Redirect and/or Refine the Action Research Study
  • Content and Process Questions
  • Self-Study 5.1: The Teacher-Researcher as Strategic Intervention
  • Self-Study 5.2: The Student Teacher-Researcher and Classroom Management
  • Self-Study 5.3: Scaffolding the Learning
  • Cultural Context 5.1: Practicing Deconstruction and Trustworthiness During Ongoing Data Analysis
  • Final Data Interpretation: Introduction and Overview
  • General Steps for Data Interpretation
  • Data Interpretation Illustrated: Liri's Journey Through Data Interpretation
  • Drafting Synthesis Statements
  • Philosophical Underpinnings of Action Research
  • Other Views of Data Interpretation: Alternative Scaffolds and Variations on These Scaffolds
  • One Last Look at Criteria for Trustworthiness
  • Content and Process Questions
  • Self-Study 6.1: A Cautionary Tale of Data Interpretation: Pamela's Story and the Case for Self-Reflexivity
  • Cultural Context 6.1: The Numbers Tell the Story
  • Cultural Context 6.2: Reading Empirical Research
  • Telling Your Story
  • How Should Action Research Sound? The Cultural Context of Academic Work
  • Guidelines for Going Public With Your Action Research
  • Developing Personal and Professional Style and Voice
  • Research Worlds, Research Lives: Forms of Action Research
  • Moving from Data Interpretation to Public Presentation
  • The Research Paper: Writing Your Story
  • The Portfolio: Showing Your Story
  • Using Art Forms to Represent Your Story
  • Using Posters and Brochures to Display Your Story
  • Celebrating and Sharing: Find Joy and Humility Through Action Research
  • Content and Process Questions
  • Looping Back and Articulating What You Know
  • Reviewing Major Themes of Student Teacher Action Research
  • Reviewing Action Research Technique
  • Frameworks for Action Research Commonly Used by Preservice Teachers
  • Reconsidering Triangulation
  • Action Research and Your First Year of Teaching
  • Action Research, Energy, Enthusiasm, and Loving Your Job as a Teacher
  • Becoming an Agent of Change Through Action Research
  • Forming a Vision, Creating a Plan
  • Beginning Again (and Always)
Control code
ocn870962652
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
3rd edition
Extent
1 online resource (1 online resource (254 pages))
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781317963851
Isbn Type
(electronic bk.)
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Other physical details
illustrations
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
560091
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)870962652

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