Action Research for Teacher Candidates: v. 1 - Using Classroom Data to Enhance Instruction
By: Robert P. Pelton (author)Hardback
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Teachers are the most essential element in a child's success in school. Action Research for Teacher Candidates provides teachers-in-training with the skills needed for action research: a process that leads to focused, responsive, and effective methods that generate success in school for both teachers and students. This book provides a formula for data-driven results. It details a process ensuring high-level student achievement.
Robert P. Pelton is a professor in the School of Education at Stevenson University, Stevenson, Maryland. He is very active in professional development schools, where he assists teacher interns in using classroom data within the action research process to make instructional decisions. Dr. Pelton is also a consultant for Epiphanies Inc., where he effectively uses the action research model to help build and strengthen educational outreach programs.
Part 1 Foreword Part 2 Section I: Understanding Action Research Chapter 3 An Introduction to Action Research for the Teacher Candidate Chapter 4 Understanding Your Data Chapter 5 Developing an Action Research Project Part 6 Section II: A Cross Section of Action Research Applications Chapter 7 Action Research and the Early Childhood Educator Chapter 8 Action Research through the Lens of Lesson Study Chapter 9 Teacher Work Sample Methodology as a Frame for Action Research Chapter 10 Action Research to Change Student Behavior Chapter 11 Response to Intervention: A Framework for Action Research
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