Action Research for Inservice Training

Oliver, Bernard
February 1980
Educational Leadership;Feb80, Vol. 37 Issue 5, p394
Shows how action research for in-service training helps teachers develop the skills to analyze classroom processes. Applied scientific inquiry; Action research model.


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