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From Cloud to Classroom: Mathematics Teachers’ Planning and Enactment of Resources Accessed within Virtual Spaces


by Sihua Hu, Kaitlin T. Torphy, Kim Evert & John L. Lane - 2020


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 122 Number 6, 2020, p. -
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 23307, Date Accessed: 9/18/2020 4:40:35 AM
 
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  • Sihua Hu
    Northwestern University
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    SIHUA HU is a postdoctoral fellow on the COHERE project at Northwestern University. Her research examines various dimensions of teaching quality and how teaching quality is related to mathematics teachers’ social networks within physical and virtual spaces. Dr. Hu earned a PhD in mathematics education from Michigan State University and was a co-PI for an American Education Research Association conference on social media and education, convened in October 2018.
  • Kaitlin Torphy
    Michigan State University
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    KAITLIN T. TORPHY is the lead researcher and founder of the Teachers in Social Media project at Michigan State University. Dr. Torphy was a co-PI and presenter for an American Education Research Association conference on social media and education, convened in October 2018 at Michigan State University. She has published work on charter school impacts, curricular reform, and teachers’ social networks, and she has presented work regarding teachers’ engagement within social media at the national and international levels. Dr. Torphy earned a PhD in education policy and a specialization in the economics of education from Michigan State University in 2014 and is a Teach for America alumna and former Chicago Public Schools teacher.
  • Kim Evert
    Middle Tennessee State University
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    KIM EVERT, Ph.D., is an assistant professor in the Womack Educational Leadership Department at Middle Tennessee State University. Her research examines how leadership, professional development, and school context shape teaching practice and teachers’ perceptions of their work.
  • John Lane
    Michigan State University
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    JOHN L. LANE is an outreach specialist at Michigan State University’s Office of K12 Outreach. His research focuses on multiple aspects of reform, including teacher learning, social contexts of teaching, school leadership, and policy. His recent research on teacher evaluation policy was published in the American Educational Research Journal. He has also recently published articles on teacher social networks in the Elementary School Journal and the Journal of Educational Change and on the enactment of virtual resources in Teachers College Record.
 
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