Date of Award
Master of Science (MS)
Dr. Jeanni M. Kuhn
In setting up the problem, it was necessary to propose a plan of action, try the plan or plans, gain evidence, and write the results. The report would be anecdotal, descriptive, and so organized as to give, as much as possible, a lucid and over-all picture of what had taken place. To maintain anonymity, the child would be given another name and the terms examiner, researcher, and other similar general references would be used. The problem then became the factual account of an ongoing project in remedial instruction under competent guidance in the hope of arriving at assumptions and recommendations that would prove of value to others interested in a similar activity.
Copyright 1957 Birdene Jane Cox
Library Call Number
LD2652 .T5 E3 C69 1957
Cox, Birdene Jane, "Action Research: A Clinical Case in Remedial Reading" (1957). Master's Theses. 570.