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GEORGEA MOHLMAN SPARKS-LANGER AND AMY BERSTEIN COLTON

@inproceedings{SPARKSLANGER2005GEORGEAMS,
  title={GEORGEA MOHLMAN SPARKS-LANGER AND AMY BERSTEIN COLTON},
  author={Mohlman SPARKS-LANGER and A. Berstein},
  year={2005}
}
R eflective th inking i s not a new idea Dewey (1933) referred to it in his early works but only a handful of researchers and practition ers were using the term until Schon (1983, 1987) began to write about re flective practice in education and other professions Now, those who have always believed in the impor tance of the critical and analytical thinking of teachers are rallying around the idea This shift toward an interest in re flective thinking has come about partly as a reaction to the… Expand

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