How Students Experience Action Research
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Type of Workp. 37
action research papers
ProgramMasters of Education
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SubjectsEducation -- Research papers (Graduate)
Action research in education -- Research
College students -- Research
This research and its findings examine how current students enrolled in a small liberal arts college’s action research course experience their course. The reviewed literature examines affect, stress and stress management, effects of stress, and how individuals deal with stress. Derived from the literature, interview questions were created and posed to voluntary participants. The results revealed that there are measures the college can take to further enhance the student experience both in this course and in the general program. The participants’ suggestions were funneled into one solution: the creation of a short, group orientation program held at the start of a student’s graduate career.