Category Archives for "Classroom/educational action research"

“Student action research: preventing bullying in secondary school – Inkla project”

This paper provides a practical guide to using youth action research to engage  “bullying” among high school students  It also offers important insights into building partnerships among various stakeholder groups – high school students, university students, and professional researchers – all of whom represent different age-groups, roles, and social statuses. Young people have a lot […]


Students as co-researchers to inform student learning: Findings from a poverty simulation

Simulations, like the one described here on poverty, offer rich learning opportunities that are embodied and complex.   Here we have a study that lives on the border between student experiential learning and action research.  This borderland is very fertile in that students’ engagement in developing a deeper understanding of poverty is fruitful for them, and […]


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