Reflections and Advice from the Field
Edited By Heather Lattimer and Stacey Caillier
to cover in one sitting, but I did just that. Lattimer and Caillier have organized insightful refl ections into a shared learning journey from fi nding research questions that are ‘meaningful, measureable, and manageable’ to learning how to navigate the intersections of practice, theory, and research.” Margaret Riel, Director of the Center for Collaborative Action Research, Pepperdine University; Past Chair of the Action Research SIG with AERA, and Co-founder of the Action Research Network of the Americas Heather Lattimer, Ed.D., is an Associate Professor and Chair of the Depart- ment of Learning and Teaching at the School of Leadership and Education Sciences at the University of San Diego. She has earned degrees from Harvard College, Stanford University, and the University of California, San Diego. Stacey Caillier, Ph.D., is Director of the Center for Research on Equity and Innovation at the High Tech High Graduate School of Education. She has earned degrees from Willamette University and the University of California, Davis. 33 Surviving & Thriving with Teacher Action Research Reﬂ ections and Advice from the Field edited by Heather Lattimer & Stacey Caillier S u r v iv in g & Th r iv in g w ith Tea c h er A c tio n Resea rc h La ttim er & C a illier , Ed s . PETER LA N G www.peterlang.com Action research can be a transformative learning experience that strengthens educators’ practice and empowers our voices. For the novice action researcher, however, it can sometimes be frustrating, isolating, and overwhelming. Surviving and...
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