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Reflections and Challenges for Action Research Projects

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Just need your opinion with these discussion questions.

1) How will reflection play a role in an (Action Research Project) ARP process?

2) What could one see as potential challenges or limitations to completing your action research project successfully?

3) What are some reasons why it is important to conduct a review of the literature as part of a research project?

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1) How will reflection play a role in an (Action Research Project) ARP process?

Reflection is a process to go over what was learned from the research and from implementing the Action Research project and in order to see what worked, what did not work, and what needs to be changed. Teachers reflect often on their teaching methods in the classroom in order to improve their performance and help students to learn better. This provides them with an effective method for professional ...

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The reflections and challenges for action research projects are given. The potential challenges or limitations to complete the action research projects are given.

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