Data Use, Technology, and Educational Leadership

Tag Archives: SNA

More about collaborative structures

My previous post shared a few sociograms describing different sets of relationships at a school. Jeff Wayman, who blogs here, responded by asking what lines in the instructional collaboration network … Continue reading

June 10, 2014 · Leave a comment

1:1, Collaboration, and Digital Citizenship

A while back, I posted some information about some research I’ve been conducting about a 1:1 school. Specifically, I’ve been curious about what educators in a 1:1 environment (in this … Continue reading

June 5, 2014 · 2 Comments

Who is at the core of advice at your school?

One of the things I’m interested in is how knowledge about helping students (i.e. the academic stuff, the “whole kid,” technology) gets used and shared among educators. Last week I described the … Continue reading

February 3, 2014 · 2 Comments

Exploring EdTech Advice in a 1:1 School

When you want advice, it matters who you go to. Among other kinds of advice (like how to serve the “whole kid” or how to teach better), I’ve been studying … Continue reading

January 31, 2014 · 1 Comment

My MOOC Confession

I was super excited in March to be trying out a MOOC on social network analysis (SNA). And then life happened. I don’t want to make too many excuses, but … Continue reading

June 1, 2013 · Leave a comment

My Friends, My Social Network

I’ve just been awarded a small grant to study social networks around technology in Catholic schools. In other words, I’m interested in systems of relationships — who asks who for advice; … Continue reading

March 17, 2013 · 2 Comments