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Episode 31  |  36:05 min

Education and Social Networks (Guest: Alan J. Daly)

Episode 31  |  36:05 min  |  01.07.2019

Education and Social Networks (Guest: Alan J. Daly)

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This is a podcast episode titled, Education and Social Networks (Guest: Alan J. Daly). The summary for this episode is: <p>Alan J. Daly is Professor and Chair of Education Studies at the University of California - San Diego. He is also the author of new book - “Social Network Theory and Educational Change”. Dr. Daly has been researching and writing about how social networks - relationships between people - affects how successful educational reforms are. Educators and administrators are often unaware of how important their own social networks are to whether crucial reforms succeed or languish. Just like in so many other interviews we have done, we come back to that important lesson - you can’t be successful with data alone. You need to understand how data and humans intersect</p>

Alan J. Daly is Professor and Chair of Education Studies at the University of California - San Diego. He is also the author of new book - “Social Network Theory and Educational Change”. Dr. Daly has been researching and writing about how social networks - relationships between people - affects how successful educational reforms are. Educators and administrators are often unaware of how important their own social networks are to whether crucial reforms succeed or languish. Just like in so many other interviews we have done, we come back to that important lesson - you can’t be successful with data alone. You need to understand how data and humans intersect

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