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Critical Thinking in Reflective Sessions and in Online Interactions


AILA Review Volume 18, ISSN 1461-0213


This paper focuses on online educational sessions of a continuing teacher education programme. The aim of this programme is to give a contribution to the continuing education of teachers of English as critical professionals, aware of discursive classroom practices, able to analyze them in the light of objectives to be reached and knowledge to be constructed. The paper gives a detailed account of how teachers deal with central issues in face to face reflective sessions and online interactive discussions and shows the results of a pilot intervention aiming at helping teachers develop more reflective and critical perspectives.


Celani, M.A.A. & Collins, H. (2005). Critical Thinking in Reflective Sessions and in Online Interactions. AILA Review, 18, 41-57. Retrieved August 21, 2019 from .

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