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Action research projects: guidance and examples

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Last updated on 30 January 2017
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How do you run an action research project? This article relays advice on running action research projects and creating agreements for staff to take part in them. It links to examples of action research projects from schools, the CfBT Education Trust and a teaching school alliance.

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  1. 1 Running an action research project
  2. 2 Action research project agreement: what to include
  3. 3 Action research projects: examples

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