Action Research in the Online Environment: An Examination of Practice among Graduate Students
This study examined the process, discourse, and patterns that emerged as students conducted semester-long action research projects as part of online graduate courses in professional educaiton.
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International Journal of Learning, Volume 13, Issue 7, pp.157-168.
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Dr. Dorothy Valcarcel Craig is an Associate Professor with the Department of Educational Leadership at Middle Tennessee State University. She teaches both graduate and undergraduate courses in professional education. A former classroom teacher and curriculum designer, Dr. Craig has extensive background in curriculum development and online learning and has developed courses for MTSU and the Regents Online Degree Program (RODP). Her research interests include practitioner-based research practices, second language acquisition, online learning, and technology in the classroom. Findings from research projects and studies have been published in the Journal of Educational Technology Systems, Work-Based Learning in Primary Care, Childhood Education, and the Journal of Elementary Science Education. Dr. Craig is currently serving as the project director for the ESL Enterprise Project, a U.S. Department of Education Professional Development Grant.
Ms. Kathryn Boudreau Patten is an Associate Professor with the Department of Educational Leadership at Middle Tennessee State University. Ms. Patten teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in Library Science and Literaacy. Her research interests include online learning, information literacy management, and action research.
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