Tintin, Snowy, and Captain Haddock subscribe to Professor Calculus' moon excursion.
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Diaries can be useful for recording unplanned events and conversations which may be important in understanding a situation. For example, a university teacher who was carrying out action research into his teaching of an in-service course recorded the following conversation with a teacher on the course. Extract from a university teacher’s diary Accidental meeting with Martin, 7 May 1985 Cosmopolitan Café TN6 compatibility of research TN7 ethical = practical Martin tells me that he has given his case study to his pupils.
Which of your strengths would you like to develop? • Are there any aspects of your work which you find puzzling and which have already been a focus for your reflection? • Are there any situations which cause difficulties and which you would like to cope with more effectively? Let your thoughts flow freely and write down your first spontaneous associations in the form of catchwords. You might like to use your diary to record these. Don’t spend more than 6–8 minutes! 2 Once you have recorded your initial ideas, you may be able to stimulate further ideas for starting points by using these incomplete sentences (Kemmis and McTaggart 1982:18): • I would like to improve the… • Some people (pupils/parents/colleagues) are unhappy about….
How can I guard against this? Maybe I can’t until I am more used to it. 5 Didn’t watch Group 3 because every time she had a look they were doing very nicely—they didn’t move much—whereas other children moving round the room quite a bit. I suggested that movement was to do with groups using the computer—no need for Group 3 to move as they were all sitting near the computer anyway. Susan agreed—they could communicate with whoever was at the keyboard—yes. Comment: using a computer for collaborative writing necessitates movement between those writing on the computer and other members of the group back at the table.
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