Organizational  Action Research

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Supporting Global Learning Circles 
Action Research Portfolio | 2014 - 2015 |  Barry Kramer

Organization - iEARN Learning with the World (

The iEARN Global Learning Circles project has provided educators and students with the opportunity to engage in an online collaborative project for over thirty years.  Many teachers successfully participate and complete this project every year, but a number of teachers drop out or quit early on in the process.  In this Action Research project Barry develops a screening process to help determine which teachers are most likely to struggle with the process before they begin. This research helped Barry develop a new iEARN program- Hello World


New Strategies for Joining Learning Circles - Hello World

Action Research Portfolio | 2014 - 2015 Barry Kramer

Organization - iEARN Learning with the World (

On September 30, 2019, Barry launched a new Learning Circle project called Hello World.  His reason for developing this project was to create a vehicle to bring new educators and students into iEARN and Learning Circles by providing them with a structured online collaborative experience. This Action Research project details his actions, questions, outcomes, and reflections on the process of creating the project and the success of the experience


Knowledge Management: The Energy Source of the Organization

Michael P. Truong
Action Research Portfolio | 2009 | Michael P. Truong

Workplace Community 


Michael Truong wanted to increase the knowledge flow among his colleagues in a global corporation and did so by employing social media and helping others to participate in knowledge-building and sharing.The problem that he wanted to address at his workplace was how does one find information easily and effectively. He explored strategies for with his co-workers to find ways to make their shared resources centralized and accessible.  

  • Facebook
  • YouTube

" If we could change ourselves, the tendencies in the world would also change"

-Mahatma Gandhi



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