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School Leadership through Action Research (Paperback)

Paperback 240 Pages / Published: 08/10/2013
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School Leadership Through Action Research is designed to help educators bridge the gap between educational research and its practical application in schools and classrooms. In it, educators see how to use education research in practical ways toward school improvement, and to bring professional literature and education research into the classroom to guide improvement planning and professional practice for student learning. Included is a CD that supplements the book to help users save time and get access to additional materials, electronic resources, sample planning and research planning guides, electronic blank forms, and additional guides and format they can use to make the work easier to do, while learning the action research process.

Publisher: Pearson Education (US)
ISBN: 9780132486019
Number of pages: 240
Weight: 480 g
Dimensions: 276 x 217 x 9 mm


"The book gives an in-depth, very detailed, step by step guide to action research. This is an excellent resource for school practitioners."

"The author successfully portrays their life experiences in action research and makes it practical to the reader. The author has a good grasp of professional development."

-Dr. Jason P. Sherlock, Assistant Principal, Bayard Rustin High School, West Chester, PA

"I like the fresh, down to earth approach. It is written with the premise that action research attempts to solve a specific problem, and it takes time to do so. The charts and examples are better than those in competing books."

-Dr. Stephen F. Midlock, Associate Professor, Coordinator - Ed.D. Program in Educational Leadership, College of Education, University of St. Francis, Joliet, IL

"The examples are a wonderful tool for readers who need that visual of 'what should this look like?' and I think that readers from a variety of backgrounds and experiences will find them useful and instructive."

-Emily Pettersen, 5th Grade Teacher, Chesterfield Elementary School, Eureka, MO

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