A Handbook for Teacher Research
Informed by the authors own wide-ranging experiences, A Handbook of Teacher Research provides a comprehensive and detailed approach to teacher research as systematic, methodical and informed practice. It identifies five requirements for all kinds of research, and provides clear and accessible guidelines for teachers to use in conducting their own classroom-based studies.
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