关键词

数字行动主义,社交媒体分析,非正式学习,教师培训,网红,推特

摘要

在本文中我们调查了在Twitter上出现率最高的西班牙教育网红:他们传播最多的主题或主题标签,他们干预的主题或他们配置的社交网络类型。为了实现这些目标,我们首先选择了54位具有人气很高的教师。我们对总计106130条推文中包含的“主题标签”进行了分析和分类。对标签的分析表明,标记最多的主题对应不同科目的教育内容,协作,交换和传播教学材料,文档或数字资源,以及有关创新型教师的培训或讨论。通过使用Gephi程序对社交网络的分析,我们计算出了54位教师的中心度和中介中心度,该数据使我们能够确定最受认可的网红 。通过模块化分析,我们识别了五个网红群体,这些群体不是封闭群体,而是与其他群体的其他网红保持频繁互动。这项研究表明了我们需要更深层研究有利于教师的非正式学习的内容和程序。

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