Owhich called for federal agencies to make achieving environmental justice a requirement by addressing low income populations and minority populations that have experienced disproportionate adverse health and environmental effects as a result of their programs, policies, and activities. The newly elected Republican Congress made numerous unsuccessful efforts to significantly weaken the law. The Clinton Administration then adopted some industry favored reforms as policy and blocked most major changes. Government Accountability Office report, sincemost of the funding for cleanups of hazardous waste sites has come from taxpayers; a state pays 10 percent of cleanup costs in general and at least 50 percent of cleanup costs if the state operated the facility responsible for contamination.
D Exploration The purpose of this blog is to report the different learning experiences in studies about an Open PhD focused on open learning. The different topics featured are: Educational Research, Educational Technology and Media, Educational Startup, Instructional Design, Open Education and learning Saturday, January 7, Differences between Action Research and Formal Research Introduction Action research is a form of applied research whose primary purpose is the improvement of an educational professional's own practice.
Action research is equivalent to practitioner research, teacher research, insider research and self-study research when it is undertaken by by teacher educators on their own practice. Action research may use any of the methods used in formal educational research.
Action researchers can collaborate with colleagues, clients, or professional researchers usually university professors. It may also have other purposes besides improving one's personal practice.
Action research differs from formal research in many aspects.
Formal rsearch is a form of generalizable knowledge published in acadmic journals. However some action research having some characteristics of formal research can be published in academic journals. Action research is published in online action research journal and websites of various action research networks.
Other practitioners benefit from the knowledge generated by these reports. Common differences between Action Research and Formal Research Training needed by researcher In Formal research extensive training is needed.
In Action Rresearch, extensive training is not required. Goals of Research In formal Research knowledge produced is generalizable.
In Action research Knowledge is to apply to local situation. Method of identifying the problem to be studied In Formal research: Review of previous research. Procedure for literature review In Formal research: Sampling approach In Formal research: Random or representative sampling.
Measurement procedures In Formal research: Data analysis In formal research: Statistical tests, qualitative techniques. Reporting outcome In formal research: Published report, journal article, professional conference, In Action research: Informal sharing with colleagues, brief report, ERIC document, conferences.3 A Comparative Analysis of Reflection and Self-Assessment Melissa Desjarlais1, Peter Smith2 Abstract Reflection is a personal process that can deepen one’s understanding of self and can lead to significant discoveries or insights, while.
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