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The Resource RETA: Lincoln School Staff Social Network Questionnaire Longitudinal Study, 2007-2008

RETA: Lincoln School Staff Social Network Questionnaire Longitudinal Study, 2007-2008

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RETA: Lincoln School Staff Social Network Questionnaire Longitudinal Study, 2007-2008
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RETA: Lincoln School Staff Social Network Questionnaire Longitudinal Study, 2007-2008
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The Lincoln School Staff Social Network Questionnaire Longitudinal Study, 2007-2008 is a part of the RETA: Distributed Leadership for Middle School Mathematics Education: Content Area Leadership Expertise in Practice study. The goal of RETA was to design and validate a series of research instruments to identify leadership for mathematics instruction in middle schools and for documenting instructional leadership practice. Adopting a distributed perspective on leadership, this work focused on both formally designated and informal leaders and their leadership routines. The objective was to develop valid and reliable instruments that make the day-to-day practice of school leadership for mathematics instruction more transparent, as well as measure changes in this practice over time. This project utilized Social Network Surveys, Experience Sampling Methods (ESM), and Daily Practice Logs. To validate these instruments, a combination of shadowing, end of day cognitive interviews, and semi-structured interviews was used. These instruments were used to describe and analyze when and how teachers and other educators solicit or provide instructional advice and the degree to which these resources influence their work. For the Lincoln longitudinal study, there was a partnership with the University of Nebraska at Lincoln, as part of the Math in the Middle MSP. In 2007, the School Staff Social Network Survey (SSSNQ) was administered to all 10 middle schools in the Lincoln Public Schools District. In 2008, Math in the Middle was collaborated with to conduct the SSSNQ for a second administration in all 10 middle schools, which provided longitudinal data to analyze changes in formal and informal leadership for mathematics education in these schools. The SSSNQ was administered for the third time to the entire cohort of Math in the Middle Teaching Associates that have undergone training through the Math in the Middle MSP
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Spillane, James
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  • Peterson, Penelope
  • Sherin, Miriam
  • Fisher, Stephen
  • Konstantopoulos, Spyridon
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RETA: Lincoln School Staff Social Network Questionnaire Longitudinal Study, 2007-2008
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  • 2007--2008
  • 33583
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ICPSR33583.v1
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RETA: Lincoln School Staff Social Network Questionnaire Longitudinal Study, 2007-2008
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  • 2007--2008
  • 33583
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ICPSR33583.v1
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