A Passion for Action Research

Langerock, Nancy L.
November 2000
Teaching Exceptional Children;Nov/Dec2000, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p26
Academic Journal
Relates an experience in conducting an action research project to aid students develop writing and reading skills in the United States. Description of the classroom situation; Apprehension on the number of low readers; Notion on the lack of confidence among special students; Efforts to improve the students' reading and writing abilities. INSETS: Challenges of Collaboration.;What Does the Literature Say About Collaborative Inclusion?.


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