The use of conceptual versus physical models in teaching action research to culturally diverse student populations: a preliminary analysis

McMurray, A 2002, 'The use of conceptual versus physical models in teaching action research to culturally diverse student populations: a preliminary analysis', Australian Journal of Adult Learning, vol. 42, no. 1, pp. 68-76.


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Title The use of conceptual versus physical models in teaching action research to culturally diverse student populations: a preliminary analysis
Author(s) McMurray, A
Year 2002
Journal name Australian Journal of Adult Learning
Volume number 42
Issue number 1
Start page 68
End page 76
Total pages 9
Publisher Adult Learning Australia
Abstract Graduate business administration students (n=55) were asked which model they used for action research projects: conceptual or a physical model visually depicting action research. The physical model was favored by 69%; most agreed that it helped them understand the process of action research, was easy to use, and flexibly applied to various workplace situations.
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