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Promoting Communication, Inquiry, and Reflection in an Early Practicum Experience Via an On-line Discussion Group
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Action in Teacher Education Volume 22, ISSN 0162-6620

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Evaluated the use of an online discussion group to strengthen preservice teachers' communication, inquiry, and reflection. Analysis of participants' dialogue indicated that the most important benefit was that practicum students placed at different grade levels communicated their observations and concerns in a non-evaluative setting. The paper examines pitfalls encountered and the importance of fostering communication and reflective inquiry. (SM)

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Edens, K.M. (2000). Promoting Communication, Inquiry, and Reflection in an Early Practicum Experience Via an On-line Discussion Group. Action in Teacher Education, 22,. Retrieved October 15, 2019 from .

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