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Networked By Design: Interventions for Teachers to Develop Social Capital

Susan A. Yoon Kira J. Baker-Doyle

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Routledge
05 June 2018
Educational psychology; Organisation & management of education; Teacher training; Open learning, home learning, distance education; Educational equipment & technology, computer-aided learning (CAL)
Networked by Design brings together work from leading international scholars in the learning sciences that applies social network theory to teachers' social interactions and relationships. The volume examines the direct and indirect relationships and communities that teachers navigate, as well as the models, plans, and other interventions that allow them to exercise control over these networks. Each chapter draws from case studies or latitudinal research to investigate a different intervention and its outcomes. By presenting research conducted in a variety of scales and contexts, this book offers scholars, future teachers, and leaders diverse insights into how interventions in social capital and social networks can create impactful, meaningful teaching and learning.
Edited by:   Susan A. Yoon, Kira J. Baker-Doyle
Imprint:   Routledge
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 229mm,  Width: 152mm, 
Weight:   454g
ISBN:   9781138565333
ISBN 10:   1138565334
Pages:   232
Publication Date:   05 June 2018
Audience:   College/higher education ,  Professional and scholarly ,  Further / Higher Education ,  Undergraduate
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active
Introduction: From Understanding Teacher Social Networks to Interventions that Build Social Capital, Susan A. Yoon and Kira J. Baker-Doyle 1. Mechanisms that Couple Intentional Network Rewiring and Teacher Learning to Develop Teachers' Social Capital for Implementing Computer-Supported Complex Systems Curricula, Susan A. Yoon 2.`The Whole World Is Networked': A Study of Connected Learning in Teacher Education, Kira J. Baker-Doyle, Latricia Whitfield & Katie Miller 3. Linked to Professional Development: Designing a Network Intervention to Strengthen Informal Networks in a Formal Program, Sara Van Waes, Nienke Moolenaar, Sven De Maeyer, Peter Van Petegem & Piet Van den Bossche 4. Structuring for Success: Building Instructional Capacity Through Social Capital at Allegheny Elementary, Elizabeth N. Farley-Ripple and Joan L. Buttram 5. Evolving Relationships of Pre-Service Teachers: A Cohort Based Model for Growing Instructional Practice Through Networks, Yi-Hwa Liou and Alan J. Daly 6. Sowing the Seeds of Change: Supporting Teachers to be Agents of Social Capital Development, Jodie Galosy, Nicole Gillespie and Eric R. Banilower 7. Open Source Culture as Inspiration for Design of Educator Learning Networks, Rafi Santo 8. Stimulating Teachers' Learning in Networks: Awareness, Ability, and Appreciation, Femke Nijland, Daniel van Amersfoort, Bieke Schreurs and Maarten de Laat 9. Designing Educational Infrastructures for Improvement: Instructional Coaching and Professional Learning Communities, Megan Hopkins, James P. Spillane and Matthew Shirrell 10. Building Networks to Support Effective Use of Science Curriculum Materials in the Carbon TIME Project, William R. Penuel, Elizabeth de los Santos, Qinyun Lin, Stefanie Marshall, Charles W. Anderson and Kenneth A. Frank Conclusion: Toward Intentional Network Design: Applying What We Have Learned from Teachers' Social Capital Interventions, Kira J. Baker-Doyle and Susan Yoon

Susan A. Yoon is Associate Professor in the Teaching, Learning, and Leadership Division of the Graduate School of Education at the University of Pennsylvania, USA. Kira J. Baker-Doyle is Rosemary & Walter Blankley Associate Professor of Education and the Associate Chair of the School of Education at Arcadia University, USA.

Reviews for Networked By Design: Interventions for Teachers to Develop Social Capital

Networked by Design provides powerful evidence and numerous examples of creating social capital for continuous teacher learning. We come to understand and explore the complexities of teaching by organizing networks that are teacher-driven. At long last, Yoon and Baker-Doyle have shown us the keys to building trust among colleagues, creating community, and improving teaching, leadership and learning. -Ann Lieberman, Senior Scholar at Stanford University and Emeritus Professor at Teachers College, Columbia University, USA


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