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Gemma Pearce; Paul Magee – Health Education, 2024
Purpose: A sense of collective free-thinking with tangible goals makes co-creation an enlightening experience. Yet despite the freedom and organic flow of the methodology, there remain barriers to deploying co-creation in the real-world context. The aim was to understand the barriers and solutions to co-creation, reflect on applying co-creation in…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Educational Cooperation, International Cooperation, Stakeholders
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Chan, Jenny Yun-Chen; Nagashima, Tomohiro; Closser, Avery H. – Cognitive Science, 2023
Given the recent call to strengthen collaboration between researchers and relevant practitioners, we consider participatory design as a way to advance Cognitive Science. Building on examples from the Learning Sciences and Human-Computer Interaction, we (a) explore "what," "why," "who," "when," and…
Descriptors: Cognitive Science, Learning Processes, Man Machine Systems, Cooperation
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Kravcenko, Dmitrijs – Journal of Workplace Learning, 2023
Purpose: Extant literature tends to consider knowledge boundaries as a necessary property of interdisciplinary work. Knowledge boundaries are, thus, reified and treated as something to be traversed, transcended or otherwise negotiated. There is, however, very little work that closely examines the process of emergence of boundaries. The purpose of…
Descriptors: Ethnography, Interdisciplinary Approach, Knowledge Management, Cooperation
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Isela Peña; Rodolfo Rincones; Karina Chantal Canaba – Journal of Research on Leadership Education, 2024
This study examines how two autonomous organizations collaborate toward preparing school principals. Studies exploring the early phases of partnership creation are missing from the current literature. As universities continue to partner with school districts to prepare principals, understanding the early development process is important. This…
Descriptors: Principals, Cooperation, Partnerships in Education, Job Training
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Qi, Chunxia; Cao, Chen; Huang, Rongjin – International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education, 2023
This study aimed to investigate teachers' learning through researcher--teacher partnerships (RTPs). The theoretical framework, developed by Bannister, was applied to examine teacher learning in RTPs. Specifically, a case study of an RTP was conducted, in which university researchers collaborated closely with mathematics teachers. The…
Descriptors: Faculty Development, Teachers, Researchers, Cooperation
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Natalia Veles; P. A. Danaher – Research Papers in Education, 2024
Any research collaboration can potentially transform the participants' understandings and enhance their professional relationships with one another and with significant others. If this transformation is to eventuate, research collaborators need to exhibit mindfulness with regard to their multiple relationships, as well as to the intentions and…
Descriptors: Research, Cooperation, Doctoral Students, Supervisors
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Bronwyn Bevan; Deborah Moroney; Megan Brown – Afterschool Matters, 2023
Youth fields professionals create the conditions in which young people can thrive: They activate the vision for high-quality programs; develop tools, systems, and approaches for designing and sustaining such programs; and form relationships with and among participating youth. However while investments in afterschool programming have continued to…
Descriptors: Community Cooperation, Community Development, Youth Leaders, Youth Programs
Region 8 Comprehensive Center, 2022
What do strategic and collaborative partnerships look like? Hora and Millar (2011) defined three types of partnerships, which are defined in this brief: (1) limited; (2) coordinated; and (3) collaborative. Presented in this brief are the following: (1) Partnership scenarios; (2) Leveraging strategic institutional partnerships to diversify the…
Descriptors: Partnerships in Education, Teacher Recruitment, Teacher Persistence, Cooperation
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Chang, Shun-Chuan; Chang, Keng Lun – Educational Measurement: Issues and Practice, 2023
Machine learning has evolved and expanded as an interdisciplinary research method for educational sciences. However, cheating detection of test collusion among multiple examinees or sets of examinees with unusual answer patterns using machine learning techniques has remained relatively unexplored. This study investigates collusion on…
Descriptors: Cheating, Identification, Artificial Intelligence, Cooperation
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Hardin, Jessica; Saldaña-Tejeda, Abril; Gálvez, Alyshia; Yates-Doerr, Emily; Garth, Hanna; Dickinson, Maggie; Carney, Megan; Valdez, Natali – Field Methods, 2023
Duo-ethnography is a collaborative methodology in which participants juxtapose their experiences around a topic to parse multiple perspectives. It explicitly positions ethnographers as sources of information, not data collectors. This method has been used to explore racial identities, class dynamics, decolonizing pedagogies, and gender in academic…
Descriptors: Feminism, Cooperation, Research, Ethnography
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Ridha Rouabhia – Dinamika Ilmu, 2024
Mainstream writing instruction risks marginalising non-dominant voices if not consciously adapted using critical multicultural frameworks. This study analyses Mary Lynn Rampolla's widely used "A Pocket Guide to Writing" in History through a Cultural-Historical Activity Theory (CHAT) lens, taking notes on voice, power dynamics, and…
Descriptors: Writing Instruction, Guides, Multicultural Education, History
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Schuck, Rachel K.; Lambert, Rachel; Wang, Mian – Education 3-13, 2023
Teachers whose students had trouble independently accessing the online curriculum during COVID-19 online learning had to rely heavily on parents. This paper presents findings from interviews with elementary special educators regarding their experiences collaborating with parents while teaching online. Thematic analysis generated four themes:…
Descriptors: Cooperation, Parents, COVID-19, Pandemics
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Miriam Colum; Gerry Mac Ruairc – Irish Educational Studies, 2023
This article examines the role of the Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCO) in primary schools in Ireland, an area that is under researched with little or no empirical data available. The current qualitative study, congruent with an interpretivist paradigm, provides narratives from four SENCOs offering insight into both the operational and…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Elementary Schools, Special Education Teachers, Coordinators
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Barker, Ned; Pervez, Aneeza; Wahome, Michel; McKinlay, Alison R.; Haj Sleiman, Nidal Al; Harniess, Phillip; Puskás, Nikolett; Mac, Duy; Almazrouei, Mohammed A.; Ezenwajiaku, Chinonso; Isiwele, Anthony; Tan, Nuoya; D'aprix, Michael; Petsou, Athina; Love Soper, Jake – International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 2023
Social researchers have been adapting methods and practices in response to COVID-19. In the wake of these adaptations, but still in the midst of intersecting crises that the pandemic has exacerbated or shifted (e.g. health-social-political-economic), researchers face a future suffused with methodological uncertainties. This paper presents a…
Descriptors: Research, Cooperation, Barriers, Research Methodology
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Bal, Mazhar; Cengiz, Gülüzar Sule Tepetas – Journal on School Educational Technology, 2023
The aim of this study is to reveal the general view of research on inclusive education in the preschool period using the bibliometric analysis method. The data used in the research were obtained from 261 articles in the Web of Science (WOS) database. Within the scope of bibliometric analysis, the VOSviewer software program was used to create…
Descriptors: Inclusion, Preschool Education, Bibliometrics, Cooperation
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