Preconditions of teachers’ collaborative practice. New insights based on time-sampling data

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Autor:innen
Maag Merki, Katharina
Grob, Urs
Rechsteiner, Beat
Rickenbacher, Ariane
Autor:in (Körperschaft)
Publikationsdatum
13.04.2022
Typ der Arbeit
Studiengang
Typ
01A - Beitrag in wissenschaftlicher Zeitschrift
Herausgeber:innen
Herausgeber:in (Körperschaft)
Betreuer:in
Übergeordnetes Werk
Frontline Learning Research
Themenheft
Link
Reihe / Serie
Jahrgang / Band
10
Ausgabe / Nummer
1
Seiten / Dauer
1-24
Patentnummer
Verlag / Herausgebende Institution
European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction
Verlagsort / Veranstaltungsort
Auflage
Version
Programmiersprache
Abtretungsempfänger:in
Praxispartner:in/Auftraggeber:in
Zusammenfassung
Previous findings on the preconditions of teachers’ collaboration are inconsistent. This might be related to the research methods used to assess the teachers’ collaborative practice. Retrospective assessments by self-report on a relatively general level prevail. The validity of these self-reports is limited, however. In contrast, time-sampling methods have the potential to investigate collaborative practice specifically and longitudinally as a day-to-day process over time validly. But to date, no research on collaborative activities in schools based on time-sampling methods is available. In this study, we extended the current state of research by analysing the variability and preconditions of teachers’ collaboration at four secondary schools over three weeks based on time-sampling data collected by a newly developed online practice log. Recorded were collaborative activities outside of teaching with a focus on administrative and organisational tasks and on school subject-specific tasks. The results revealed that teachers’ collaborative activities varied significantly between weekdays, showing a linear decrease from Monday to Friday, regardless of the content of collaboration. Collaboration that focused on administrative-organisational tasks seemed to be quite stable over the weeks and was hardly influenced by teachers’ individual characteristics. Instead, collaborative activities that focused on school subject-specific tasks varied significantly between weeks; moreover, they were influenced by teachers’ leadership role and gender. The results indicate that rather stable routinised patterns of day-to-day collaboration over the weeks decrease the influence of teachers’ individual characteristics. Hence, by collecting data that is closer to content-specific day-to-day collaborative activities, time-sampling methods can be seen as a driver for new insights.
Schlagwörter
Teacher collaboration, Time-sampling method, Online practice log
Fachgebiet (DDC)
370 - Erziehung, Schul- und Bildungswesen
Projekt
Veranstaltung
Startdatum der Ausstellung
Enddatum der Ausstellung
Startdatum der Konferenz
Enddatum der Konferenz
Datum der letzten Prüfung
ISBN
ISSN
2295-3159
Sprache
Englisch
Während FHNW Zugehörigkeit erstellt
Ja
Publikationsstatus
Veröffentlicht
Begutachtung
Peer-Review der ganzen Publikation
Open Access-Status
Gold
Lizenz
'https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nd/4.0/'
Zitation
MAAG MERKI, Katharina, Urs GROB, Beat RECHSTEINER, Ariane RICKENBACHER und Andrea WULLSCHLEGER, 2022. Preconditions of teachers’ collaborative practice. New insights based on time-sampling data. Frontline Learning Research. 13 April 2022. Bd. 10, Nr. 1, S. 1–24. DOI 10.14786/flr.v10i1.911. Verfügbar unter: https://doi.org/10.26041/fhnw-4755

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