A Vision Quest of Support to Improve Student Learning: Validating My Living Standards of Practice: Heather Knill-Griesser
CHAPTER ONE: A PERSONAL HISTORY EXPLORATION: PERSONAL VALUES AS GROUNDING FOR THIS STUDY
Poor Old Elm Tree
CHAPTER TWO: THE BEGINNING OF MY QUEST TO IMPROVE STUDENT LEARNING
What is action research and Why did I choose the living theory approach to action research using a narrative form?
When did my research begin and how I reformulated my initial question?
Who was involved in my research?
What was the method of my research study?
CHAPTER THREE: LISTENING TO THE VOICES THAT VALIDATE MY LIVING STANDARDS OF PRACTICE
CHAPTER FOUR: PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL COMPLICATIONS IN MY QUEST
Forgetfulness of Being
The Ethics Review Process
Complications in Communication
The Missing Voice in Research Based Professionalism
I Am A Living Contradiction
CHAPTER FIVE: MY LIVING STANDARDS OF PRACTICE
What are my "Living Standards of Practice" that explain my educational knowledge as a living educational theory in my inquiry?
How do I know that I have had a positive influence on the learning of teachers and students?
How can I improve the quality of my influence in my explorationof my living and developmental values in my professional practice?
Appendix: Ethics Review