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Network Search: A New Way of Seeing the Education Knowledge Domain

by Daniel McFarland & Eric Klopfer - 2010

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 112 Number 10, 2010, p. 2664-2702
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 12844, Date Accessed: 5/25/2020 7:53:35 PM
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  • Daniel McFarland
    Stanford University
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    DANIEL MCFARLAND is an associate professor of Education and (by courtesy) Sociology at Stanford University. Currently he is working on four projects that concern social dynamics of schooling: how actors use discursive tools to mobilize and rewire networks in classrooms; sociocultural analysis of network dynamics using adolescents’ interpersonal notes; how voluntary associations of youth influence future political participation; and simulation models of educational careers.
  • Eric Klopfer
    Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    ERIC KLOPFER is the Director of the MIT Teacher Education Program (http://education.mit.edu), and the Scheller Career Development Professor of Science Education and Educational Technology at MIT. Klopfer's research focuses on the development and use of computer games and simulations for building understanding of science and complex systems. Klopfer's work combines the construction of new software tools with research and development of new pedagogical supports that support the use of these tools in the classroom. He is the co-author of the book, "Adventures in Modeling: Exploring Complex, Dynamic Systems with StarLogo," and is working on a new book on handheld games and learning from MIT Press.
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