Quantitative methods in action research
As adults, our lives are filled with interesting problems to solve. Some are small—what to serve at a dinner party or what present to give a daughter on her fifth birthday. Others are larger and require more systematic investigation—what car to purchase with limited funds or where to live when moving to a new region. Some of our most perplexing problems face us at work—how to improve the morale of a work group or how to rev up eighth graders' excitement about algebra. All of these problems have something in common; at the end of reflection, investigation, and decision making, we take action.
Flynn Fee, J. (2012)., Quantitative methods in action research, in S. R. Klein (ed.), Action research methods, Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 157-174.
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