Action research refers to the research conducted by teachers, administrators, and other change agents in the school to improve the educational environment of their students, the goal of of which is to understand a specific problem or to improve teaching practices within a specific classroom or school settings.
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Action research is the term used by Kurt Lewin to describe scientific inquiry that both expands basic theoretical knowledge and identifies solutions to significant social problems.
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