Improving learning and teaching through action researchThe Modern Journal of Applied Linguistics (2009)
In this paper, it is argued that action research, unlike traditional forms of qualitative and quantitative research, focuses only on classroom problems that require informed decisions and solutions. Action research is conducted in seven simple steps. It is distinguished from other research forms in terms of scope, sample size, data types, and data analysis techniques. Many teachers and administrators find action research a very practical and user-friendly approach to conducting research since it is less formal than traditional research types.
Publication DateWinter January 1, 2009
Citation InformationSalmani Nodoushan, M. A. (2009). Improving learning and teaching through action research. The Modern Journal of Applied Linguistics, 1(4), 211-222.