chapter  11
Noticing AS research
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In the previous chapter I claimed that most research involves working on noticing in some way or other. This chapter proposes that the Discipline of Noticing itself constitutes a research method which is particularly suited to practitioners researching their own practice. In order to do this effectively, reliably and robustly, it is necessary to stress rather more some aspects of the discipline which have been under-played so far, particularly the use of task-exercises with colleagues as both report and validity check.