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I want to invite you to visit an online tutorial on action research that is almost finished. I am working on the last two tutorials (11-12) and I am also working on writing templates to go with each of the activities. I hope to have those finished soon. You can find all of the tutorials at Center for Collaborative Action Research wiki--(ccar.wikispaces.com), or use the outline below for a direct link to any one of the tutorials.
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In the spirit of creative commons, the Center for Collaborative Action Research has created a place for you to share your teaching syllabi for action research. Learning how others support action research is a great way to improve our practice. There are issues of intellectual property but the greater good is the development of strong action research programs in universities across the country. By sharing what we each discover works for us, the development of the field will move further ahead. Harvard and MIT publish their faculty syllabi so I am hoping you will want to do this as well. --Margaret Riel
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