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Foreword: Why do You Want to Improve Your Teaching and/or What Your Students Learn? Part 1: The Theoretical Background 1. What are the Pressures On Those Who Work with University Students? 2. Why be a Reflective Practitioner? 3. Why Engage with the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning? 4. What is the Case for Pedagogical Action Research? Part 2: The Practical Part 5. Where do You Start a Pedagogical Action Research Study? 6. What are the Most Suitable Research Methodologies? 7. What are the Ethical Issues? 8. Are there any Useful Tools? 9. How Can You Grow the Influence of Your Findings?
Liverpool Hope University, UK
"Norton masterfully walks the reader through the gathering of data from questionnaires and interviews and then invites the analysis of data using concrete examples of how to do thematic and content analysis. This book will not overwhelm the beginner researcher who only has limited time at their disposal with the educational theory of action research. Instead it provides a useful, tacit knowledge that will help any professor of religious studies or theology discover ways rooted in research for improving their pedagogical teaching practices."-Teaching Theology and Religion