This tweet shares a phenomenal ten-point outline for writing about research, and I think it specifically hits a home run for writing about teacher action research.
I’ll soon be writing about the results of our Long-Term English Language Learner Pilot Support class, and I now plan to use this outline for the report.
Just got a paper rejected from @OrganizationSci with some of the best, most developmental reviews I've ever received. Thought this advice from R3 was worth sharing with #AcademicTwitter on how to structure your contribution 💪 pic.twitter.com/J3Mjciv9AG
— Ravi S. Kudesia (@rskudesia) April 22, 2019