- 1-Identify the benefits of sharing your action research with others.
- -How does sharing your action research assist you in achieving your goal to improve the lives of your students?
- 2-Describe the criteria used to judge action research.
- -What determines if your action research study gets published?
- 3-Identify one Web site resource (ERIC)and describe how it assisted you in designing, implementing, evaluating, writing and/or sharing your action research. Choose any one of the Web site sources listed in chapter 10(last page of attachment)
- 4-Why does Mills suggest in the last chapter of his book that this is really the beginning of your work?( start page 291)
Mills, G. E. (2000). Action research: A guide for the teacher researcher. Prentice-Hall, Inc., One Lake Street, Upper Saddle River, New Jersey 07458.