Online introductory material

Burns, A. ‘A short video introduction to Action Research’ Video

Week 1 to Week 5 webinars and web-pages for ‘Classroom-based research for professional development’ TESOL Electronic Village Online

‘Teacher-research as CPD, in practice’ (R. Smith & P. Rebolledo). British Council webinar, November 2014. Recording.

Edge, J., with with Darío Luis Banegas, Bernardo Cruz Bello, Henrick Oprea, Paula Rebolledo, Magdalena De Stefani & Carlos Rico Troncoso. n.d. A Very Short Introduction to Action Research for Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages. Bogota; British Council

Rust, F. and Clark, C. n.d. How to Do Action Research in Your Classroom. Teachers Network Leadership Institute. Online: http://teachersnetwork.org/tnli/Action_Research_Booklet.pdf

ProDAIT (Professional Development for Academics Involved in Teaching). n.d. ‘Action Research’. Online: http://www.weblearn.bham.ac.uk/prodait/approaches/research/index.html

ProDAIT (Professional Development for Academics Involved in Teaching). n.d. ‘Exploratory Practice’. Online: http://www.weblearn.bham.ac.uk/prodait/approaches/exploratory/index.html

Dick, B. (2000) A Beginner’s Guide to Action Research [On line]. Available at http://www.aral.com.au/resources/guide.html

McNiff, J. (with Ferguson, P.B.) 2011. Action Research for Professional Development: Concise Advice for New Action Researchers. Hamilton, New Zealand: The University of Waikato. Online: http://www.waikato.ac.nz/tdu/pdf/booklets/24_AR.pdf

The Alberta Teachers’ Association. 2000. Action Research Guide for Alberta Teachers.

Infed.org introduction to Action Research

Collaborative Action Research Network (CARN)

Teacher Action Research (George Mason University). Online: http://gse.gmu.edu/research/tr/tr_action

Verster, C. 2002. ‘Action research’. Online: http://www.teachingenglish.org.uk/articles/action-research (A very brief but useful introduction to action research)