The Impact of Training in Action Research on School Counseling Students’ Data Attitudes and Data Self-Efficacy
Journal of School Counseling
Using data to drive decision-making and evaluate program effectiveness is paramount to the school counseling profession. In this pilot study, researchers utilized a quasi-experimental design to examine the impact of training in action research on students’ data attitudes and self-efficacy. Participants in the experimental group saw greater increases in data self-efficacy, but not data attitudes, than control group members.
Dameron, Merry Leigh, Jennifer Perry, Rachel Saunders, Sejal Parikh Foxx.
"The Impact of Training in Action Research on School Counseling Students’ Data Attitudes and Data Self-Efficacy."
Journal of School Counseling, 19 (56): 1-28: Montana State University.