Fostering inclusivity through teaching and learning action research
This resource synthesizes the existing literature on designing and implementing courses on alternative research paradigms to analyze the design and implementation of an undergraduate community based research course conducted in a local homeless shelter. The course incorporated students, staff members from the shelter, and individuals from the homeless community. The authors explore the difficulties and successes of this course model, and suggest practices for individuals involved in teaching courses in participatory action research.
Walsh, C.A., Rutherford, G.E., & Sears, A.E. (2010). Fostering inclusivity through teaching and learning action research. Action Research, 8(2), 191-209. Full Text.
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