Keywords:editorial, Action research, science education
This is the second issue of the newly launched journal ARISE. In the first part of this editorial some light will be shet on the characteristics of Action Research and Educational Action Research which makes it attractive in the field of science education and beyond. In the second part the three contributions in this issue will be shortly characterised.
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