Professional development is an essential aspect of any field, and Action Research is no exception. Mr. Tashi Dorji conducted a professional development session on Action Research, which aimed to equip participants with the knowledge and skills necessary to carry out effective Action Research projects.
The objectives of the professional development session were to:
- Understand the concept of Action Research and its relevance in professional settings
- Identify the steps involved in conducting Action Research
- Understand the ethical considerations of conducting Action Research
- Explore different data collection and analysis methods used in Action Research
- Discuss how Action Research can be used to bring about positive change in the workplace
The professional development session was conducted through a combination of lectures, group discussions, and hands-on activities. Mr. Tashi Dorji provided an overview of Action Research, explaining its purpose, benefits, and key principles. Participants were then divided into groups to discuss case studies of Action Research projects and to brainstorm potential projects of their own.
Mr. Tashi Dorji also facilitated group discussions on ethical considerations in Action Research and the different data collection and analysis methods used in the process. Participants had the opportunity to practice some of these methods, such as conducting interviews and surveys, and analyzing qualitative data.
The professional development session was well-received by the participants, who reported that they had gained a deeper understanding of Action Research and its potential applications in their professional settings. Participants felt more confident in their ability to carry out Action Research projects and were enthusiastic about the potential for positive change that Action Research could bring to their workplaces.
The professional development session on Action Research conducted by Mr. Tashi Dorji was successful in achieving its objectives of providing participants with a solid understanding of Action Research and equipping them with the skills necessary to carry out effective projects. The session was well-organized, engaging, and informative, and the participants left with a renewed sense of enthusiasm and confidence in their ability to use Action Research to bring about positive change in their workplaces.