Search results for: Altrichter Herbert
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Theory and Evidence on Governance: Conceptual and Empirical Strategies of Research on Governance in Education
A type of studies called ‘Governance Studies’, ‘Governance Research’ or ‘Governance Perspective’ has recently evolved in German-speaking social sciences. The goal of this article is to make accessible the strand of research which has not yet been extensively published in languages other than German. Further, the article intends to explore its links and relationships to other European research approaches.
Updated: Oct. 29, 2010
Reflective Development and Developmental Research: Is There A Future for Action Research as A Research Strategy in German-Speaking Countries?
In this paper, the authors want to clarify their concept of action research and to provide arguments for the need to re-evaluate the research potential of this approach. The authors illustrate the arguments by an analysis of one of the most successful in-service education of teachers' courses in Austria, which is based on action research. The paper ends with a theoretical discussion of frequent objections against action research in the German research tradition.
Updated: Jun. 23, 2010