The role of action research in learning support: a case study
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This case study investigates the cyclical nature of action research and its impact on in-class learning support. It illustrates the implementation of action research in a single classroom environment as a method for promoting teacher learning and improving outcomes for a student with learning and behavioural difficulties. In-class support encouraged greater understanding of the context in which students with learning and behavioural difficulties operate, and the culture of collaboration that emerged had a positive impact on the regular class teacher and the learning support teacher.
Curtin would like to acknowledge Australian Association of Special Education (AASE) Inc and Special Education Perspectives as the source of the article and appreciate the granting of permission to provide open access to the publication.
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