Capturing and characterizing teachers’ noticing as basis for their classroom management in different career stages: a data paper

Sharisse van Driel*, Halszka Jarodzka, Frank Crasborn, Johan van Strien, Saskia Brand-Gruwel

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Although various academic disciplines use data papers to support effective research practices, data papers are still uncommon in the educational sciences. Main goals of data papers are enhancing transparency regarding research processes and supporting data sharing among researchers and thus, open science. As many educational research projects include personal data often of minors, publishing raw data can be challenging due to privacy regulations and laws (GDPR). The present article aims at exploring how a data paper can contribute to open science and enhancing transparency regarding research and publication processes for educational research projects, often containing personal data that cannot be made openly available in its raw form. To this end, we describe a dataset of a research project on teachers’ noticing as basis for their classroom management. As this project includes rich process-tracing recording methods, the dataset is diverse and serves as basis for multiple analyses and publications while containing personal data of teachers and minors. By elaborating on the characteristics of the dataset, its gathering, analysis approaches and sharing preprocessed and anonymized data files, this data paper explores how to contribute to transparency and open science in educational sciences while acting within the boundaries set by privacy regulations and laws.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)313-325
Number of pages13
JournalInternational Journal of Research and Method in Education
Issue number3
Publication statusPublished - 2023
Externally publishedYes

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