Arguably, the most important phase of any research process is dissemination. Often this is something which is forgotten or not explored fully. However, where sharing of good practice and dissemination of findings and new knowledge are done well, the impact on both the practitioner researcher’s learning and others’ learning can be considerable, and can lead to further positive changes to practice.
There are a number of ways in which you could choose to share your research findings:
Suggested further reading:
Koshy, V. (2005) Action Research for Improving Practice: A Practical Guide. London: Paul Chapman Publishing
Koshy, V. (2009) Action Research for Improving Practice: A Practical Guide. (2nd ed) London: Paul Chapman Publishing
McAteer, M. (2013) Action Research in Education. London: Sage
McNiff, J. and Whitehead, J. (2005) Action Research for Teachers. Oxford: David Fulton.
McNiff, J. (2013) Action Research: Principles and Practice. (3rd ed). Oxon: Routledge
McNiff, J. (2014) Writing and Doing Action Research. London: Sage
McNiff, J. & Whitehead, J. 2011) All You Need to Know About Action Research. (2nd ed). London: Sage