What are the ways that traditional research differs from action research?
a. Traditional research uses outside experts to develop new knowledge through
quantitative or qualitative methods.
b. Action research uses practitioners to solve practical problems through quantitative
and qualitative methods.
c. The standard for quality research is through peer review (traditional research) and
action research (results based upon desired change).
d. The primary audience is other researchers (traditional research) and members of the
school community (action research).
Which of the following leader's prerequisites reflect the scope of his/her supervisory
role that leads to improved student learning?
a. Observing, planning, and assessing instructional improvement
b. Positive and change-oriented relationships
c. Knowledge in adult and teacher development
d. All of above