Elliott John (2003). Â« The struggle to redefine the relationship between â€˜knowledgeâ€™ and â€˜actionâ€™ in the academy: some reflections on action research. Â», 23 octobre. En ligne : <http://www.research-edu.net/download/JE05.pdf> (consultÃ© le 23 octobre 2009).
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"Action research resolves the theory-practice problem by theorising from the standpoint of the agent in a situation s(he) feels to be unsatisfactory. It need not simply involve the agent who wants to effect the change. Educational researchers in the academy can collaborate with an educational agent by adopting his/her practical standpoint as though they were in the action context.
Educational action research need not be exclusively practitioner research. The fact that it is so often construed as such by educational researchers, suggests that they are viewing it as a low level, non-theoretical activity from an intellectual standpoint."
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