The role of reflection in developing eupraxis in learning to teach English

@article{Smagorinsky2015TheRO,
  title={The role of reflection in developing eupraxis in learning to teach English},
  author={Peter Smagorinsky and Stephanie Anne Shelton and Cynthia J. Moore},
  journal={Pedagogies: An International Journal},
  year={2015},
  volume={10},
  pages={285 - 308}
}
This case study focuses on one beginning English teacher’s work toward eupraxia, i.e., good practice informed by reflection in a setting in which a degree of free choice is available. The study uses a Vygotskian framework for studying concept development that focuses on the settings of human activity and how ambiguous social concepts are developed through engagement with others. Data include retrospective interviews for the reconstruction of prior educational experiences; and observations and… 
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