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This article discusses the research regarding the formation and role of networks, and factors to consider when assessing the impact and outcomes of a network. It also looks at the connections between networks and action research (AR), and moves to a focus on the Evaluative Study of Action Research (ESAR), currently in its first stages, and outlines four levels of networks associated with the study. Finally, this article provides an early formative analysis with regard to the impact and outcomes of the ESAR team as a network to date. The authors conclude that the ESAR network provides evidence of each factor of well-functioning networks. Formative evaluations will continue for how the team network functions, as well as how each of the networks that develop functions as the research is undertaken.
Updated: Sep. 19, 2017
This research examined the quality of induction of provisionally registered teachers (PRT) (newly qualified) utilizing qualitative 'success case studies' within early childhood, primary, secondary, and indigenous Mori medium settings. The findings of the research highlighted exemplary induction practices across the sectors, with the most important associated with PRTs having access to a community, or 'family', of support during their induction.
Updated: Jun. 03, 2009