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Catalystics: Classroom Analytics for Teaching About Social Justice With Action Research in Higher Learning.

9781680530025

Catalystics: Classroom Analytics for Teaching About Social Justice With Action Research in Higher Learning

Joseph Martin Stevenson, Karen C. Wilson, and Richard A. Schmuck

Academica Press, LLC

2015

186 pages

$45.95

LB1028

Stevenson, Wilson, and Schmuck present students and academics with a guidebook to integrating action research for social justice into reflective teaching and learning practices across a variety of educational contexts. The authors have organized the the main body of their text in nine chapters devoted to self reflection and self andragogy, constant and continuous improvement, the general action research paradigm, research means and methods, proactive action research, responsive action research, cooperative processes, collaborative action research, and global diversity and local inclusion. Richard A. Schmuck is a retired faculty member of the University of Oregon. Karen C. Wilson is a PhD candidate at Jackson State University, Mississippi. Joseph Stevenson is a faculty member of the Chicago School of Professional Psychology. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)

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