The uses of writing in action research

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Elliott, J., (1989), ‘The Professional Learning of Teachers, Cambridge Journal Of Education, 19, 81 -83.
Hustler., D., Cassidy, T., & Cuff, T., (ed), (1986), “Action Research in Classrooms and Schools”, Allen and Unwin, London.
Kemmis, S., & McTaggart, R., (1982), “The Action Research Planner”, Deakin University Press.
Lomax, P. (1989) The Management of Change. B.E.R.A. Dialogues, No. 1. Multilingual Matters.
Lomax, P. (1990) Managing Staff Development in Schools: an action research approach. BERA Dialogues No.3, Multilingual Matters.
Lomax, P. (1991) Managing better schools and colleges: the action research way. BERA Dialogues No.5. Multilingual Matters.
McNiff, J. (1988), “Action Research: Principles and Practice”, Macmillan, London.
McNiff, J., (1992), “Creating a Good Social Order Through Action Research”, Hyde Publications, Poole, Dorset.
Whitehead, A.J., (1989a), ‘Creating a Living Educational Theory from Questions of the kind, ‘How do I Improve my Practice”, Cambridge Journal of Education, 19, 41-52.
Additional useful texts produced since the writing of this Guide:
Laidlaw, M., (1994), ‘The Democratising Potential of Dialogical Focus in an Action Enquiry’, in Educational Action Research, an International Journal, Vol. 2 no. 2, pp 223-247.
McNiff, J., (1995), ‘Action Research for Professional Development’, Hyde Publications, Dorset.
Russell, T., & Korthagen, F., (eds.) (1995), ‘Teachers who Teach Teachers: Reflections on Teacher Education’, Falmer Press, London, Washington.
Whitehead, A.J., (1993), ‘The Growth of Educational Knowledge’, Hyde Publications, Dorset.

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