A Practical Case of Participatory Meta-Action Research
As already noted in the Introduction to this book, this chapter contains the only experimental contribution to this volume. Its basic purpose is to illustrate the degree of applicability of the most relevant concepts presented so far: namely, phenomenal forms, critical pedagogy, educational action research, and the pedagogical role of certain basic principles, and furthermore, to assess their potential to orient real situations of educational practice. Before the details of the specific research are presented, however, an introduction to the diverse forms of educational action research seems appropriate at this point, especially if this introduction is to help the reader to draw connections between action research and some of the ideas on critical pedagogy presented in the previous chapters.
KeywordsAction Step Participatory Action Research Critical Pedagogy Action Research Project Procedural Pedagogy
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