Science Teacher Action Research in the Time of the COVID-19 Pandemic
Keywords:trust, online learning, COVID-19, science education, Action research
AbstractIn this editorial I tell the story of science teacher action research in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. In it I try to do two things. The first is to show how science teacher expertise can grow and be shared within an online community of practice (COP), and then distributed to a wider audience of science teachers. The second is to make problematic how we define action research and my role in facilitating the COP.
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