Action-Based Research Teams: Collaborating to Improve Science Instruction

by: Gerald Krockover, Paul Adams, David Eichinger, Mary Nakhleh, and Daniel Shepardson

Action-based research teams, a partnership of scientists, science educators, master teachers, graduate students and undergraduates, have been established at Purdue University to improve undergraduate instruction in the sciences. Action-based research provides a mechanism for faculty to implement change, analyze the impact of the change, and adapt it to the needs of the institution.


Type Journal ArticlePub Date 2/1/2001Stock # jcst01_030_05_313Volume 030Issue 05

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