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Action Research Resources from the UST School of Education   Tags: action research, education  

This Guide contains resources for professors teaching the Action Research seminars (EDUC 6320 and 6321) and for students enrolled in these seminars.
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Welcome to the Action Research Resources Campus Guide! In this Guide you will find course syllabi, rubrics, teaching materials, sample action research studies, and many other resources to facilitate the action research thesis process. 

If you are teaching EDUC 6320 or 6321, please be sure to visit the Professor Handbook page for an overview of the responsibilities and tasks associated with these courses.

If you are a student in EDUC 6320 or 6321, please visit the Student Resources page for a wealth of information about planning, executing, and writing up your research. 


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