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  • 1. 1Social Networks in TeacherEducationJan Folkert DeinumLINQ conference 2013LINQ conference 2013
  • 2. 22.05.2013 2Acknowledgement This project has been funded with support fromthe European Commission. This presentationreflects the views only of the presenter, andthe Commission cannot be held responsible forany use which may be made of the informationcontained therein.LINQ conference 2013
  • 3. 22.05.2013 3The problem In teacher education many small subject relatedresearch topics with few researchers Example 1: presentism in history education Example 2: how to use home scienceexperiments/experience in science education Many interested teachers, throughout Europe Difficult to gather research data from differentcountries Teachers have little access to research Teachers have little access about teaching their subjectin other countriesLINQ conference 2013
  • 4. 22.05.2013 4The solution Researchers, teachers and student teachers throughoutEU cooperate together in an online course Aims: Professional development of (student) teachers Exchange (cultural) knowledge Collecting research data The online course will be open (free accessible) The researcher opens access to knowledge about topic The cooperation will be closed in a „social network“ In future hopefully: gathering data via open courseLINQ conference 2013
  • 5. 22.05.2013 5The problem In teacher education many small subject relatedresearch topics with few researchers Example 1: presentism in history education Example 2: how to use home scienceexperiments/experience in science education Many interested teachers, throughout Europe Difficult to gather research data from differentcountries Teachers have little access to research Teachers have little access about teaching their subjectin other countriesLINQ conference 2013
  • 6. 22.05.2013 6Proposed results 20 online courses/social networks in different fields(math, history, foreign languages, special education etc.) Guidelines for researchers how to support professionaldevelopment of teachers and gather research data at thesame time via online courses Analysis of learning results of involved (studentteachers)LINQ conference 2013
  • 7. 22.05.2013 7Thanks Further Information: www.sonette.org (from June 1, 2013) Comments, Questions, Criticism j.f.deinum@rug.nlLINQ conference 2013

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