Analysing Teacher Learning in Online Networks: An Outline for Methodological Decision-Making
Peer reviewed, Journal article
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Original versionComputer-Supported Collaborative Learning Conference. 2021, 35-42.
This paper contributes an outline to guide methodological decision making in analysing teacher learning in online networks, with a view towards research that produces actionable knowledge. It suggests that key decisions must be made in areas of research questions, units of analysis and observation, frameworks for analysis, data sources and methods of analysis, and reporting of context. It provides a concise example of decision making in the analysis of an online network of secondary design teachers in Australia.