What are the differences between action research and other forms of research? Think of a problem that could be addressed using action research methods.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 17, 2018, 10:43 am ad1c9bdddf
Action research is research that focuses on improving how a teacher teaches or the performance of an organization. Action research can be done by one person or several people (collaborative inquiry) that are working for the same goal which is making improvements. The research is done by the person that wants to improve and they also analyze the data collected themselves ...
Teachers can use action research to help improve their performance. Other forms of research are different from action research as they are done by someone other than the person wanting to improve.
Independent, dependent, research variables in a smoking cessation study
1. Identify, describe, and critique—conceptually and operationally—the major study variables. Examine the purpose, the objectives, questions, or hypotheses, as well as the results section of the research article. Identify and define each variable type as one of the following:
a. Independent variables
b. Dependent variables
c. Research variables
2. Identify and critique attributes and demographic variables.
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