First of all the identification of the problem or of the bottle neck at work is one step towards solving it. When a teacher cannot see the problem he must ask the senior colleague for an advice. There are several ways to identify the problems: to analyze the situation and come to the conclusion by yourself, to have some work with literature and get from there the problem identification or to ask a more experienced colleague.
I believe that Action Research involves people who want to improve their skills and strategies. Every problem contributes greatly to the personal and professional development of a teacher. It brings not only additional experience but also the feeling of satisfaction when the problem is successfully resolved.
According to your report researches place great importance to the literature analysis on the early stages of Action Research. Teachers do benefit from the theoretical preparation for the problem solving. It is always useful to see the thoughts of other specialist, to read scientific material or to find the same situations as you face.
Action research is not the process of how to solve a concrete problem but how to make things better in your professional sphere. That is why it is important to interpret the data properly – to make some conclusions out of it. For example, a teacher faces the problem of poor parents’ interest in the studying process of their children. A teacher realizes that motivation at home plays the leading role for pupils. In order to encourage parents to be more attentive it is possible to have the parent’s meeting every week or to visit them at home reminding not to forget to check the home task of their children.
Action research really brings the positive changes to the educational process. The main thing, as for me, is to feel that teaching is your cup of tea and