***** To join INSNA, visit http://www.insna.org ***** I and my colleagues have focused a lot of our work on teacher networks. The work can be found at https://www.msu.edu/~kenfrank/research.htm#social or https://www.msu.edu/~kenfrank/research.htm#social_organization_of_the_school Titles below. You will also want to look at the work of Jim Spillane (Northwestern), Alan Daly (UCSD), Cynthia Coburn (Berkeley/Northwestern), Nienke Moolenaar (UCSD), Min Sun (Virginia Tech), Bill Penuel (Colardo), Peter Youngs (Virginia). Papers on teacher networks Sun, M., Penuel, W., Frank, K.A., and Gallagher, A. Forthcoming. "Shaping Professional Development to Promote the Diffusion of Instructional Expertise among Teachers". Education, Evaluation and Policy Analysis.<https://www.msu.edu/~kenfrank/Shaping%20Professional%20Development%20to%20Promote%20the%20Diffusion%20of%20Instructional%20Expertise%20among%20Teachers.pdf> Sun, Min., Frank, K.A., Penuel, W. and Kim, Chong Min. Forthcoming. "How External Institutions Penetrate Schools through Formal and Informal Leaders". Educational Administration Quarterly.<https://www.msu.edu/~kenfrank/How%20External%20Institutions%20Penetrate%20Schools%20Through%20Formal%20and%20Informal%20Leadership-EAQ-Revision%204-25.docx> http://eaq.sagepub.com/content/early/2013/03/18/0013161X12468148 Frank*, K.A., Penuel*, W.R., Sun, M. Kim, C., and Singleton, C. 2013. "The Organization as a Filter of Institutional Diffusion. Teacher's College Record. *Authors listed alphabetically - equal authorship. Volume 115(1).<https://www.msu.edu/~kenfrank/The%20Organization%20as%20a%20Filter%20of%20Institutional%20Diffusion%20unBLINDED.docx> http://www.tcrecord.org/Content.asp?ContentID=16742 Penuel, W.R., Sun, M., Frank, K.A., & Gallagher, H.A. 2012. Using social network analysis to study how collegial interactions can augment teacher learning from external professional development.<https://www.msu.edu/~kenfrank/Using%20Social%20Network%20Analysis%20to%20Study%20How%20Collegial%20Interactions%20Can%20Augment%20Teacher%20Learning%20from%20External%20Professional%20Development.docx> American Journal of Education, 119(1), 103-136. Spillane, J., Kim, Chong Min, Frank, K.A. 2012. "Instructional Advice and Information Providing and Receiving Behavior in Elementary Schools: Exploring Tie Formation as a Building Block in Social Capital Development." American Educational Research Journal. Vol 49 no. 6 1112-1145<https://www.msu.edu/~kenfrank/Instructional%20Advice%20and%20Information%20Providing%20and%20Receiving%20Behavior%20in%20Elementary%20Schools.docx> Youngs, Peter, Frank, K.A., Thum, Y.M. and Mark Low. Forthcoming. "The Motivation of Teachers to Produce Human Capital and Conform to their Social Contexts" to be published in an edited volume, Laura Desimone and Andrew Porter editors. Frank, K.A., Zhao, Y., Penuel, W.R., Ellefson, N.C., and Porter, S. 2011. Focus, Fiddle and Friends: Sources of Knowledge to Perform the Complex Task of Teaching. Sociology of Education, Vol 84(2): 137-156.<https://www.msu.edu/~kenfrank/Focus%20Fiddle%20Friends%20conditionally%20accepted%20with%20revisions%20with%20figure%202.docx> Penuel, W. R., Frank, K.A., Sun, M., and Kim, C. 2011. Teachers' Social capital and the Implementation of Schoolwide Reforms. Forthcoming. Chapter 9 in Sean Kelly, Editor. Understanding Teacher Effects. New York: Teachers' College Press. Youngs, P., Frank, K.A., and Pogodzinski, B. 2011. The Role of Mentors and Colleagues in Beginning Elementary and Middle School Teachers' Language Arts Instruction. Chapter 8 in Sean Kelly, Editor. Understanding Teacher Effects. New York: Teachers' College Press. Penuel, W.R., Frank, K.A., and Krause, A. 2010. Between Leaders and Teachers: Using Social Network Analysis to Examine the Effects of Distributed Leadership. Pages 159-178 in Alan J. Daly editor. Social Network Theory and Educational Change. Cambridge: Harvard University Press. Penuel, W. R., Riel, M., Joshi, A., & Frank, K. A. 2010. The alignment of the informal and formal supports for school reform: Implications for improving teaching in schools. Educational Administration Quarterly<http://eaq.sagepub.com/>, 46(1), 57-95. Penuel, W., Riel, M., Krause, A., & Frank, K. A. 2009. Analyzing Teachers' Professional Interactions in a School as Social Capital: A Social Network Approach. Teachers College Record Vol 111 Number 1.<http://www.tcrecord.org/content.asp?contentid=15174> Zhao, Y., Lei, J., & Frank. K. 2005. Theoretical Innovation and Empirical Testing: Research Design in Educational Technology. In Li, F. L. (ed). Research Methods in Computers for Education (jisuanji jiaoyu yanjiu fangfa). Beijing, China: Beijing Normal University Press. Zhao, Yong, Lei, Jing and K.A. Frank. 2006. "The Social Life of Technology: An Ecological Analysis of Technology Diffusion in Schools. Pedagogies. Vol. 1 (2): 135-149.<http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/content~db=all~content=a785829934> Zhao, Y., Frank, K., & Ellefson, N. (2006). Fostering Meaningful Teaching and Learning with Technology pages 161-179 in Floden R. & Ashburn, E. (Eds.). Meaningful Learning Using Technology What Educators Need to Know and Do. Teachers College Press. Frank, K. A., Zhao, Y., and Borman (2004). Social Capital and the Diffusion of Innovations within Organizations: Application to the Implementation of Computer Technology in Schools." Sociology of Education, 77: 148-171.<https://www.msu.edu/~kenfrank/social%20capital%20and%20the%20implementation%20of%20innovations%20in%20organizations.pdf> Frank, K. A. and Zhao, Y. (2005). "Subgroups as a Meso-Level Entity in the Social Organization of Schools." Chapter 10, pages 279-318. Book honoring Charles Bidwell's retirement, edited by Larry Hedges and Barbara Schneider. New York: Sage publications.<https://www.msu.edu/~kenfrank/papers/chapter%2010%20subgroups%20as%20a%20meso%20level%20entity%20frank.doc> Zhao, Y. and Frank, K. A., (2003). "An Ecological Analysis of Factors Affecting Technology Use in Schools." American Educational Research Journal, 40(4): 807-840.<https://www.msu.edu/~kenfrank/papers/Factors%20affecting%20technology%20uses%20in%20schools.pdf> From: Social Networks Discussion Forum [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Julie Hite Sent: Thursday, January 30, 2014 3:30 PM To: [log in to unmask] Subject: Teacher Collaboration Networks ***** To join INSNA, visit http://www.insna.org ***** Hi all, I'm looking for any network research on formal and/or informal teacher collaboration networks that use social network methods. 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