The existing work on teacher-focused Twitter hashtags typically frames each hashtag as a single, unified phenomenon, thereby collapsing or erasing differences between them (and any resulting implications for learning). In this study, we conceived of …
A paper introducing the topic of data science in education.
A blog post on [Using R With 7th-Grade Science Students[(https://joshuamrosenberg.com/post/2019/11/13/using-r-with-7th-grade-science-students/)] was recently highlighted in the widely-read data visualization blog Flowing Data. A link to the post is here.
This is related to this project.
An article for practicing science teachers on tools and stragegies for involving students in data analysis.
Joshua Rosenberg will be beginning three NSF-funded projects this fall. They are described in this post for the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Department of Theory and Practice in Teacher Education newsletter.
Advancing computational grounded theory for audiovisual data from STEM classrooms
A book about data science in education using R
Exploring how policies impact networks on Twitter and how networks on Twitter may impact policy
Data science in middle school science classrooms
An analysis of the #tidytuesday community