Using Action Research as a tool to Enhance Teaching Efficiency of Pre-service Teachers (Volume 3 – Issue 6)


One of the growing interests in teacher education lies in how and what teachers learn across time and space in the complex ecologies and technologies of today’s society. Teacher research has been implemented in teacher education programs as a powerful, exploratory tool for pre-service teachers’ to inquire about educational problems and to improve their knowledge of practice teaching. This paper presents insights gained from review of some books, articles and action research projects completed by pre-service teachers’ enrolled in a graduate reading methods course. To better understand what teacher understands what teachers learned through the action research process and how their self-study analyzes the teachers’ project?

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