Student Study Site for Action Research, Third Edition
Improving Schools and Empowering Educators
Craig A. Mertler
Gender, Race, and Class in Media

Welcome to the Student Study Site

This Web-based student study site is intended to enhance students' understanding of Action Research, Third Edition by Craig Mertler. Please note that all the materials on this site are especially geared toward maximizing the potential for students to learn and enhance class discussion.

The Web-Based student study site contains practice quizzes for students, recommended Web sites and SAGE journal articles.

What You Will Find Inside

General Resources

Web Links: Links to Dr. Mertler’s site and SAGE’s online methods community Methodspace.

Action Research Portraits: Action research portraits from the third edition of Action Research

Sample Action Research Reports, Annotated Action Research Reports: Sample reports from Dr. Mertler are provided as examples to help students design their own reports

Chapter Resources

Web Quizzes: Flexible self-quizzes allow students to independently assess their progress in learning course material.

E-Flashcards: This study tool reinforces student understanding of key terms and concepts that have been outlined in the chapters.

Chapter Summaries: End of chapter summaries from the third edition of Action Research

PowerPoint Slides: Chapter-specific slide presentations offer assistance with review preparation by highlighting essential content, features, and artwork from the book.
Video Links: Carefully selected, web-based video resources feature relevant interviews, lectures, personal stories, inquiries, and other content for use in either independent or classroom-based explorations of key topics.

Video Clips: Video of Dr. Mertler and students highlighting key concepts in the book.

Journal Articles

SAGE Journal Articles: A “Learning from SAGE Journal Articles” feature provides access to recent, relevant full-text articles from SAGE’s leading research journals. Each article supports and expands on the concepts presented in the chapter. Also provided are discussion questions to focus and guide student interpretation.

Acknowledgments and Thanks

We would like to thank our author, Craig Mertler, of the University of West Georgia, for all of his hard work, both on Action Research, third edition, and these materials.