Administrators and teachers' perceptions of their quality and skills in educational action research
Keywords:quality, skill, education, action research, teacher
Action research in education is a study that educational practitioners carry out with the aim that they will be able to make better judgments and take better actions in their respective fields of competence after completing the study. When teachers completely comprehend their students' thoughts and feelings, they can communicate more effectively with their students. One of the key objectives of this study was to examine how teachers and administrators perceived their own quality and talents in educational action research in order to improve their own practice. The survey process for this study included two hundred and five administrators and instructors from 11 high schools in Binh Duong City, Vietnam, who answered questions on their experiences. The findings presented above are critical for school administrators, teachers, and other stakeholders to consider developing methods to improve the quality and capacities of teachers involved in educational action research and reflect on their perceptions.
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