Willow Brown


Welcome to the first edition of a new feature in CJAR, to highlight Action Research initiatives and experiences from all of our provinces and territories. These are exciting times for action research – teachers (and administrators) everywhere are learning to “own their learning” (Brown & Cherkowski, 2011) with cycles of action and reflection that help them to realize their moral purpose for success for all students (Kaser & Halbert, 2009). The effects of the experiences are beneficial for students and energizing for educators. New structures and processes are emerging to support professional learning initiated by the curiosity and commitment of teachers. Innovative partnerships are emerging between schools and across districts, with universities, teachers’ associations, and provincial or territorial ministries finding ways to formalize, support, and share the learning.

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