Participate in Action Research
Action research is defined by Marzano Research Laboratory (MRL) as a process in which teachers examine the effectiveness of their own classroom practices using research techniques with the intent to inform and change future practices. Using action research, MRL analyzes the effectiveness of curriculum, instruction, and/or assessment practices used in classrooms and schools across the nation. This allows us to offer analyses based on the latest data from real case studies, the results of which can then be used to foster discussion regarding instructional practices and student learning.
If you are a classroom teacher, you can participate in an independent action research study for free by downloading and completing the Action Research Form below and submitting your data for analysis. A member of MRL’s research team will analyze your data and provide you with a short summary of the findings. Please note this form is designed for individual teachers and classrooms. If you are a school or district administrator interested in having your entire organization participate in action research, please contact MRL today.
Download the Action Research Form and start your journey today
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Tools to Help With Action Research
If you are an educator or a researcher and have conducted one or more action research studies, please consider submitting your results for inclusion in future meta-analysis. Please submit your findings using the form below.
Submit Articles, Dissertations, Resources, and Action Research Studies
MRL is committed to making data available for both educators and researchers. Please submit your articles, dissertations, resources, and studies related to the topics on MarzanoResearch.com using the form below. If selected, your submission(s) will be posted here
Submit the completed Action Research Form or your own works using the form below. Please review the Submissions Guidelines before submitting.
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At least one document is required. Maximum 10mb per document. Acceptible file formats include: Acrobat (PDF), Word (DOC), and Powerpoint (PPT).