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Currently I am working towards a PhD with the Faculty of Education at the University of Cambridge in the U.K. My research aims to understand the organizational structures and processes that drive school change. As a former public school teacher in the United States, I worked in schools that rapidly implemented and sustained significant changes to teaching and learning. I also worked in schools that quickly abandoned and often resisted seemingly simple changes. I think that studying organizational change will help our schools function as adaptable learning organizations.
Network visualizations are alluring yet deceptively difficult to interpret. This article demonstrates several strategies for integrating qualitative data into interactive network diagrams for the purposes of providing contextual information about actors and their relationships. The result is a new joint display called a Narrated Network Diagram (NN...
A wide spectrum of rigor exists in systematic literature review methods. This article argues review methods should include both a preliminary discussion justifying where and a secondary protocol explaining how a literature search is conducted. Journal title overlap analysis is one way to justify where a literature search is conducted. A new applica...
Literature reviews are required at early stages of a traditional research progression. Many systematic approaches help researchers identify relevant literature. However, there is far less support for interpreting large collections of references. Understanding the evolution of knowledge within a discipline requires an awareness of the collaborative...