5 Nations Participate in Virtual International Symposium on Action Research

On March 19 the Office of International and Border Programs, collaborating with the College of Education, successfully held what most believed to be the first multinational symposium on action research.  Technically, the event was facilitated by NMSU’s outstanding Instructional Media Services department.

Associate Provost for International and Border Programs Cornell H. Menking, and College of Education Dean Michael Morehead offered opening and welcome comments.

The workshop consisted of four presentations:

  1. New Mexico State University – Dr. Candace Kaye, Dr. Jessica Blanchard, Perla Barbosa
    Three Facets of Action Research for Educational Reform
  2. Mongolian State University of Education – Dr. B. Jadambaa, Dr. D. Naranceceg, Dr. J. Batdelger, Dr. O. Altangoo
    How has Action Research Supported Educational Reform in    
    Mongolia Over The Past Two Decades?
  3. La Salle University – Dr. Giovanni Anzola
     Action Research as a Means to Articulate Curriculum
    Development Between Public Schools and Universities in Bogota-Colombia
  4. University of San Diego – Dr. Lonnie Rowel
    Action Research and School Reform: Possibilities and Challenges

A blog will be launched to continue the conversation virtually. This information will be made available on the Office of International and Border Programs website as soon as it is available.


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