Action Research
Building Professional Capacity for an Organisational Culture of Reflective Practice

Workplace practices can be meaningfully enhanced through action research. Action research involves learning in and through action and research in various organisational contexts such as training, education, social interactions, administration and management. Participants who had been trained in Action Research had found that many of their initial fears about research were unfounded. At the same time, their misconceptions about research were addressed.

Benefits of this Seminar
  • To help participants appreciate the importance of research for enhancing reflective work practices

  • To build professional capacities in research skills

  • To use Action Research to address an area of concern in their workplace

  • To build an organizational culture of reflective practice

Profile of Facilitator: Dr Ho Boon Tiong, PhD
Boon Tiong spent 21 years as an educator, including 7 years teaching in schools, 6 years in the Gifted Education Programme of the Ministry of Education and the last 8 years as a university professor. Recently, he had successfully provided consultation on Action Research to schools, the Ministry of Education and other organisations.

His belief in reflective practice and his passion in working with people made him a much sought after speaker and workshop facilitator. He is well known for his creative mind, lively humour, and enthusiasm.
Schedule: 10-month programme (Ten half-day sessions of 3 hours each)

Recommended class size: 20 participants