|aImproving teacher education through action research /|cedited by Ming-Fai Hui and David L. Grossman.
|aNew York :|bRoutledge,|c2008.
|axiv, 196 p. :|bill. ;|c24 cm.
|aRoutledge research in education ;|v12
|aIncludes bibliographical references and indexes.
|gIntroduction :|tteacher educators conducting action research in an era of accountability /|rMing-Fai Hui and David L. Grossman -- |tDeveloping productive synergies between formative and summative assessment processes /|rDavid Carless -- |tTeaching and learning in the context of mass lecture /|rAmy Ah-May Chan-Yip -- |tCultivating creativity in the classroom : assessment strategies to improve teaching and learning /|rMing-Fai Hui -- |tEnhancing effective learning in a language teaching module /|rPamela Pui-Wan Leung -- |t Adopting the guided discovery method to teach creative problem solving /|rMing-Fai Hui -- |tUsing IT to foster cooperative learning and peer assessment /|rEugenia Mee-Wah Ng -- |tFrom theory to practice : curriculum for autonomous learning /|rRita Shuk-Yin Berry -- |tCatering individual learning differences through an e-learning environment /|rKai-Ming Li -- |tBecoming an agent of change : the application of process writing in a primary class /|rIna Yuen-Mei Siu -- |tConstructing a professional knowledge-base for teacher education through action research /|rJohn Elliott.
|aAction research in education.
|aGrossman, David L.
|3Table of contents only|uhttp://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0720/2007024412.html