Educational Action Research Austrian Model to India
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Educational Action Research Austrian Model to India

Editor : Panch Ramalingam & Barbara Hanfstingl
© Year : 2017
ISBN : 9789385909900
Pages : 304
Binding : Hardback
Price :   75.00

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This book collects experiences and empirical results from Austrian and Indian school developmental work and gives suggestions as well as recommendations for the fielding of Austrian action research in India, but also vice versa. In this book, similarities and contrasts between the two cultures and school cultures will be worked out in order to get a basement for the next step of the program, the field implementation.

Part I: Austrian Perspectives

1. Teacher Professional Development Based on Action Research
2. The IMST Project: Reflections on a Nation-Wide: Initiative Fostering Educational Innovations
3. Successful Outcomes of Teacher Projects:Angela Schuster, Franz Rauch, and Stefan Zehetmeier  
4. Students' Learning Motivation and Teachers' Motivation to Teach: Some Results from the Research on the IMST Program 
 5. Different Layers of Reflection: Work Discussion as a Trigger for "Reflection in and on Emotion" in Educational Action Research  
6. On the Significance of Communication and Organization in a Culture of Innovation
Part II: Indian Perspectives
7. Action Oriented Research in Context of School Psychology
8. Methodology of Conducting Action Research
9. Prospects of Action Research in India: With Special Reference to Mathematics Education
10. Action Research: Enhancing Students' Achievement in the Application of Simultaneous Linear Equations
11. Action Research: Understanding the Galaxy through Web Resources: 
12. Action Research Agenda at the National Level
13. Attitude toward School Infrastructure as a Predictor of School Attendance Motivation: Problem of Primary Education in Rural India 
14. Online Facilitation for Enhancing Environmental Consciousness and Environmental Attitude of Prospective Teacher Educators: An Indian Experiment
Part III: Indo-Austrian Perspectives
15. Austrian and Indian School Culture
16. Action Research in India and Austria - Current Problems and Possible Future Directions

Panch Ramalingam :- He is Reader at the UGC -Human Resource Development Centre (formerly Academic Staff College) of the Pondicherry University, Puducherry, India.  He has triple Post Graduate degrees (Psychology, Education, and Political Science) to his credit and has M. Phil. and Ph.D. in Educational Counselling Psychology from Annamalai University. His research areas are mainly Teacher education, Mental health, Educational and Counselling Psychology, Career Counselling, School Psychology, and Integral Education. His recent published works are School Psychology: Enhancing Psychological Competencies, Educational Psychology, School Psychology: Counselling Perspectives, Life Skills for Quality Life, European Educational Resources, Effective Teaching Skills,Recent Studies in School Psychology, etc. He is Founder Secretary, Indian School Psychology Association, Editor, Journal of the Indian Academy of Applied Psychology, Associate Editor, Indian Journal of Applied Psychology, and Journal of Psychological Researches, Madras Psychology Society, Chennai.He has published a number of scientific papers and articles in National and International Journals and has contributed chapters to several edited books.

Barbara Hanfstingl :- She holds a Diploma in Psychology (University of Vienna), Propaedeutic studies in Psychotherapy, and Doctoral graduation in Psychology (Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt).She is presently working as Associate Professor at Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt, Austria.Her scientific work started during her basic studies in Psychology. For more than ten years she worked on research projects addressing developmental processes of families which kindled her interest in human motivation and personality development. Later, she elaborated the psychosociogenetic epistemology in order to prevent déjà-variables in psychological research and increase content validity of psychological constructs regarding personality, motivation, or self-regulation. Her further research interests are psychological resilience, action research and Lesson and Learning Study. Dr Barbara Hanfstingl delivered a Keynote address at the 3rd InSPA National conference at NIEPMD, Chennai in November 2013 and was very much impressed by InSPA activities. She is instrumental for many innovative projects in the University of Klagenfurt, Austria.

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