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Graduate school can be intimidating, in all aspects of the word. Not only is the academic work you will be expected to perform held to a high standard (students are often asked to create publishable articles), but the sheer amount of paperwork and professionalism required can be daunting.
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How can you get graduate credit for work experience? Even if it is possible, is it advisable? This article considers the possibilities, pros and cons of the credit-for-career program at the graduate level.
Applying for medical school can be a very stressful times. Are you asking yourself “what grades do you need to get into med school?” Knowing grade and GPA expectations can ease the anxiety a bit and help you be the best candidate possible.
There are many forms of action research. This is because different styles of research suit a variety of applications at the “level” at which the research is being performed. Here we describe the complexities of participatory action research.
Theory, practice and investigation of teaching are inseparably intertwined in action research so that a knowledge spiral eventually picks up momentum. Researchers make explicit the theoretical justifications for the actions, and question the basis of those justifications and practical applications.
Action Research was developed to become a guiding tool for teachers asking questions about the qualities of everyday experience in their classroom. Within the framework, teachers study their own practice and identify their professional strengths and weaknesses.