Student Participation in Online Content-Related Discussion and Its Relation to Students’ Background Knowledge

@article{Turkkila2020StudentPI,
  title={Student Participation in Online Content-Related Discussion and Its Relation to Students’ Background Knowledge},
  author={Miikka Turkkila and Henri Lommi},
  journal={Education Sciences},
  year={2020},
  volume={10},
  pages={106}
}
  • Miikka Turkkila, Henri Lommi
  • Published 2020
  • Psychology
  • Education Sciences
  • This paper presents two novel network methods developed for education research. These methods were used to investigate online discussions and the structure of students’ background knowledge in a blended university course for pre-service teachers (n = 11). Consequently, these measures were used for correlation analysis. The social network analysis of the online discussions was based on network roles defined using triadic motifs instead of more commonly used centrality measures. The network… CONTINUE READING
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