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Action Research Projects

A major goal of the Center is to share a range of different types of action research projects. The goal is to build knowledge together and to inspire others to make changes.  The change process starts slow but as confidence grows so does the ripple of effects. Action researchers create a social context of active learning and these people create waves of change over time. Adopting the mindset of action research is a more productive, effective, and joyful way to reach professional goals and in a way that is consistent with core personal and societal values. 

We share examples of action research conducted as part of graduate study in universities, projects conducted as a form of professional development, or projects supported by organizations that include action research as a form of continuous learning or community activism.  If you would like to be a Center partner and list your action research projects here, contact Director,  Margaret Riel

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