Kurt W. Clausen


I do not think it would be a surprise to most readers if I were to mention that the Action Research community is not a particularly unified one. In fact, I am of the belief that the very philosophy and methodology that typifies this movement prevents us from becoming a solid vanguard of like-minded researching replicas. The bricks and mortar of Action Research are just too porous for this to happen. Instead, we in Action Research seem to be more interested in using it to serve different purposes rather than concerning ourselves with being members of any specific gang. Some members of the Action Research movement examine a class they are teaching to find ways to make student learning more efficient, integrated or accessible. Others are more committed to engaging in larger Action Research projects where stakeholders work together to create a learning community.

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