Action Research Reports 2015
There were 15 participants in this year's Action Research Bursary group with 4 individual projects and 2 joint projects undertaken.
Up to $1200 was awarded to successful applicants to support action research between ISABC schools. Teachers may either work individually or in teams across ISABC schools. Bursaries are available – up to $500 for individuals and up to $1200 for teams.
The rationale is:
• To encourage reflection on educational practice and theory
• To encourage cross-pollination of ideas and collaboration within/between ISABC schools
Attached you can read both the summary projects as well as the full research reports
Learn to Make – Make to Learn
Christina Cuk – Crofton House School
Marc Crompton – St. George’s School
Establishing a Collaborative Community Practice
Growing and Sustaining a Profession Learning Community Model From the Group Up
Alison O’Marra-Armstrong – Queen Margaret’s School
Studio Practice Informs Art Education
Are workshops lead by professional artists effective Pro-D for art educators?
Angela Anderson – Queen Margaret’s School
How Will Teaching Neuroscience Affect Student Learning, Grit and Independence?
Jenny Slinn – Southpointe Academy
Bringing Mindfulness – Based Strategies to Grade 7 Students: A Discovery
Nicola Doughty – St. John’s School
Engaging Students and Parents in Rich Mathematical Conversations
St. Margaret’s School
St. Michaels University School