Action Research is a participatory research method in which esearch is then undertaken to answer the question, with the findings reflected upon for their practice implications. Practice is then changed in response to the research findings and the resultant changes and the outcomes they produce are researched or evaluated. The philosophical underpinnings of Action Research align well with the principles of Whānau Ora and with Māori research methodologies.
- Featured: Action Research, All, Māori
- This Research Has: not been formally reviewed for publication by academics at a university
- Creator | Kaihanga: Fiona Cram
- Year of Creation | Tau:
- Publisher | Kaiwhakaputa: Katoa Ltd
- Creative Commons Licence: Attribution-NoDerivatives CC BY-ND
- Bibliographic Citation | Whakapuakanga: This is how you want people to reference your research if they use it. For example:Brown. T., (2007). The title of my research paper in ABC Journal. Vol. 2. Iss. 1. April 2007. New Zealand.
- Main Language | Reo Matua: English
- Submitter's Rights | Nga Tika o te Kaituku: I am the author / creator of this resource