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ASH EDU 675 Week 1 Assignment Action
Research Consent NEW
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Obtaining Informed Consent
Mills (2014) states, “The role of ethics in action research can be considered in terms
of how each of us treats the individuals with whom we interact at our school
setting…” (p. 38). As such, the participants must be informed of the nature of the
research that is to involve them. Additional and important components of ethical
considerations of action research are freedom from harm, anonymity, and
confidentiality. Typically, the process of obtaining Institutional Review Board (IRB)
approval is required for action research as well as other types of research in the field
of education for the purpose of protecting human research participants (BrydonMiller & Greenwood, 2006). However, IRB approval for your action research project
conducted in this class only will not be required since the consent form will be used.
The process of obtaining permission by the participant and submitting a completed
Consent Form is pivotal to the continuation of this research project and in the
successful completion of this course. Some students received approval for the
Informed Consent process from your EDU671 Instructor. If this is the case, please
submit the approved Informed Consent document only. If you have had a change to
your organization, research, or parties, you are required to submit a revised Action
Research Informed Consent Form or Informed Consent Alternative for your
Submit Consent Form (4 points): Submit a completed and accurate Informed Consent
Form signed by the research participant in your study no later than Day 7. For some
of you, you will upload the form approved in EDU671. For others of you who have
made a change to your research proposal, the revised Informed Consent form is
required to be submitted. For example, if you are observing a teacher, you are
required to have that teacher review and provide their signature on the Informed
Reminder: You are expected to follow your proposed intervention or innovation
previously approved during your enrollment in EDU671 and for which your Action
Research Proposal describes and your signed informed consent form represents and
was approved. If a change to your setting or circumstances has occurred since EDU
671, you will work with your instructor to propose a different action research focus
and intervention/innovation in time to stay on track with the course work in this
course (EDU 675).
If you previously proposed performing your action research intervention or
innovation within your own home with your family members, your signed Action
Research Informed Consent Form still applies with your signature as the researcher
and participant, granting permission for your minor child(ren).
Carefully review the Grading Rubric for the criteria used to evaluate your