Saima Murtaza Pandhiani, Muhammad Tufail Chandio, Dr Shumaila Memon


The current paper aims to examine Exploratory Practice as a form of practitioner research. It highlights the usefulness of EP for practitioner as well as learners. Adopting an explanatory approach the research discusses the main concepts and methods employed in EP. Informed by literature review the paper attempts to suggest ways in which EP could be conducted as a well established methodology for investigating phenomenon related with teaching and learning. From the statement and identification of puzzle to monitoring and data collection a step by step analysis, the paper studies the various stages of EP and studies their implications.

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