Using a Web-Based Task To Make Prospective Elementary Teachers' Personal Theorizing about Science Teaching Explicit

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  title={Using a Web-Based Task To Make Prospective Elementary Teachers' Personal Theorizing about Science Teaching Explicit},
  author={Lucy Avraamidou and Carla Zembal-Saul},
  year={2002}
}
In this study, hypermedia technology was used to support prospective elementary teachers in publicly articulating their personal pedagogical theories, revisiting and revising them over time in light of new experiences and learning within the context of an innovative teacher preparation program. Given the need to incorporate opportunities for engaging prospective teachers in reflection and making their personal theorizing explicit and the potential of hypermedia authoring to support this kind of… CONTINUE READING

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