Contents: Volume 1 Number 1 (2012)


Editorial Vol 1 No 1: Action Research: Its Transformative Potential
Lesley Wood

Educational Research for Social Change with Living Educational Theories
Jack Whitehead

Developing Work-Based Practice: Conceptualising an Action Research Mode
Mark Schofield

Time to play: My reflections on pictographic prompts and their potential use as a creative and educational tool
Lee Scott

Flamenco Dance in Primary Education: A living theory approach to dance education
Linda Vargas and Demi Fernandez

Competing with the tuck shop: How can I influence teenage food choices in this South African high school?
Déirdre Kroone and Busisiwe Alant

How Do I Assist in Enterprise Development through Action Research?
Bonnie Kaplan

Report on the Action Research and Self-Study (ARaSS) Special Interest Group (SIG) at the Higher Education Learning and Teaching Association of South Africa (HELTASA)
Joan Conolly and Kathleen Pithouse-Morgan

A review of “Action research for sustainable development in a turbulent world” for Educational Research for Social Change by O. Zuber-Skerritt
Kathleen Pithouse-Morgan with Teboho Hlao