Description - Reflecting Where the Action is by John Elliott
John Elliott has been a leading researcher, writer and thinker in education for thirty years, and has contributed over twenty books and five hundred articles to the field. This book brings together sixteen of his key writings, drawn together to show the development of his most important ideas and theories and to celebrate his career to date. Starting with a specially written introduction, John Elliott gives an overview of his career and contextualises his selection. The chapters cover: * rethinking educational research * doing classroom action research * pedagogy as form of action research * the challenge of action research. This book forms a single easy-access resource for researchers, academics and students who want a introduction to educational theory and an overview of John Elliott's key ideas.
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Author Biography - John Elliott
John Elliott is Professor of Education within the Centre for Applied Research in Education, which he directed from 1996-99. He is also a former Dean of the School of Education and Professional Development (1992-95). John Elliott is well-known internationally for his role in developing the theory and practice of action research in the contexts of curriculum and teacher development. In addition, John Elliott has been involved in policy-oriented evaluation research. From 1984-89, he was a member of the Home Office Review of Police Probationer Training. He is the author and editor of a number of well-known publications in the fields of curriculum and teacher professional development, and has served as a consultant to national and international organisations. He is currently an Advisory Professor to the Hong Kong Institute of Education, and a consultant to the Hong Kong Government on the strategic development of its curriculum reform proposals.