theses, action research, mathematics, science, systematic review, teachers
The research conducted was a systemic review of 88 action research masters theses from a teacher enhancement program for K-8 mathematics and science at the University of Central Florida and the teachers that performed the studies. The purpose of this study is to synthesize existing research results of a collection of master's theses from a teacher enhancement program for K-8 mathematics and science teachers in order to arrive at meaningful conclusions regarding teachers' research interests and classroom practices. Also, the study will help teacher educators who deliver the teacher enhancement program to improve the effectiveness of the program. A summary sheet was filled out for each thesis and teacher, and then entered into a spreadsheet that was later analyzed for reoccurring themes in the data. The results showed themes in topics of action research studies, questions in action research studies, and results of action research studies. There were no trends in characteristics of teachers performing the action research studies.
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Master of Education (M.Ed.)
College of Education
Teaching and Learning Principles
Length of Campus-only Access
Masters Thesis (Open Access)
Steele, Bridget, "What Teachers Want To Know: A Systematic Review Of Action Research Theses Related To K-8 Mathematics And Science" (2006). Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 985.