Course Detail: ACTN - Action Research

Action research is a form of investigation designed to attempt to solve problems and improve professional practices. It involves systematic observations and data collection which can then be used by the practitioner-researcher in reflections and decision-making. Discover the features of action research and how the information can be directly applied to answer questions and solve problems in collaboration with others in your specific professional context. Come away with the ability to develop an action research plan to collect and analyze data and determine findings. This course is included in the Statistics for Decision-Making course.

 Session Information: ATOACTN01S24

Schedule: Jun 3-28 | Average hours 16
Times: 12:01am-11:59am CDT
Single Course Only : $195.00


Name Additional Resources
Jeff Kritzer
Mary Dereshiwsky

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Online Only
Online Only
Online Only