Topic – Participatory Action Research for the Promotion of CQL

Action Research, is a disciplined process of inquiry conducted by and for those taking the action. The primary reason for engaging in action research is to assist the “actor” in improving and/or refining his or her actions. Action Research generally, refers to a cyclical process including three basic, reoccurring phases (Johnson, 2012; Smith, Willms & Johnson,1997):

  1. Identification of the problem,

  2. Investigation, and

  3. Action

 Watch the video to find more about Action research

Watch the video to find more about Participatory Action Research.

Watch the video to see an example of a PAR from the Vera Institute of Justice

Diagram about the “Phases and questions to consider in Participatory Action Research (Johnson, 2012; Smith, Willms & Johnson,1997)”

 Watch the following video to see an example of a PAR project in a school