How should we research our students? Part 1: Action research in education?
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Research into learning and teaching in higher education uses a range of approaches, including a variety of paradigms. It is often not possible to use scientific research methods when so many variables are present. This article contrasts orthodox scientific approaches with an action research paradigm, with consideration given to the empowerment and professional development of teachers, and argues for the benefits of the latter.
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