Facilitating action research: a study of coaches, their experiences, and their reflections on leading teachers in the process of practitioner inquiry
This exploratory study examines the experience of action research coaches who coach teachers on inquiry. Focus group interviews were conducted with novice and experienced coaches, and four challenges arose that spanned across both groups, despite the level of experience: time, coaching wondering development, coaching data analysis, and administration. Implications and future research directions based on this study are discussed.
Krell, D. E. (2012). Facilitating action research: a study of coaches, their experiences, and their reflections on leading teachers in the process of practitioner inquiry. Professional Development in Education, 38(5), 827-844. Full Text.
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