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The goal of this action research project was to increase the local educational system’s capacity to teach to greater student diversity across all grades through the use of Photovoice and co-teaching. Faculty and doctoral students from multiple programs in the School of Education, along with field supervisors, student-teachers and cooperating teachers, participated in an action research project to develop innovative strategies for integrating teacher preparation programs. Results indicated that collaboration benefits the student-teachers and the pupils they will teach.
Updated: Mar. 24, 2013
Participatory Action Research: Contributions to the Development of Practitioner Inquiry in Education
Participatory action research (PAR) provides a framework for recapturing the potential of practitioner inquiry to bring about meaningful change. In this article, the authors briefly address the origins, purposes, values, and unique aspects of PAR. They then identify some of the contributions PAR can make to the common goal of improving educational practice and contributing to positive change in life.
Updated: May. 14, 2009