Authors: L. Herod
Collection: Research Materials
This is the second of three articles about the author's research into the curriculum deliberation process in an online environment. This article expands on those findings following the author's analysis of the data. More in-depth information is provided about the process including a set of guidelines for educators/researchers who may wish to convene a deliberation activity. Also provided is an example of the richness that can be gained from mining or analyzing research data.
The study was conducted as a requirement of the author's Doctor of Education program with the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE) at the University of Toronto.