Supervisors’ experiences with e-portfolio in pre-service teacher education

  title={Supervisors’ experiences with e-portfolio in pre-service teacher education},
  author={{\"A}li Leijen and Pihel Hunt and Gerli Silm and Liina Malva},
This study is part of a larger study that explores how the use of an e-portfolio can improve student teachers’ development of profession related competences in a workplace setting. More specifically, we focus on the potential of an e-portfolio for enhancing and managing feedback provided by supervisors. For this study we collected data from nine school-based and four university-based teacher education internship supervisors about the perceived usability of one assessment e-portfolio which was… 

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