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JOURNAL WRITING AS A TOOL FOR TEACHER TRAINEES’ REFLECTION ON TEACHING

@inproceedings{2003JOURNALWA,
  title={JOURNAL WRITING AS A TOOL FOR TEACHER TRAINEES’ REFLECTION ON TEACHING},
  author={},
  year={2003}
}
  • Published 2003
  • Teacher trainees at Batu Lintang Teachers’ College, Sarawak, Malaysia, keep daily or weekly journals during practicum for the purpose of reflecting on their teaching experiences. The present study was aimed at identifying the focus and the reflective categories and the levels of reflectivity of the teacher trainees. Journals of ten teacher trainees who volunteered to participate in this study were analysed using the grounded theory’s strategy of the constant comparative method (Glaser & Strauss… CONTINUE READING
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