Weblogs as instruments for reflection on action in teacher education

@article{Wopereis2010WeblogsAI,
  title={Weblogs as instruments for reflection on action in teacher education},
  author={Iwan Wopereis and Peter B. Sloep and Sybilla H. Poortman},
  journal={Interactive Learning Environments},
  year={2010},
  volume={18},
  pages={245 - 261}
}
This study examined the use of weblogs as a means to promote student teachers' reflective practice. The assumption was explored that weblogs are suitable tools to support and stimulate reflection on action in teacher training and consequently to enhance the students' ability to reflect. Three groups of student teachers used weblogs to reflect on teaching practice during an 8-week internship. Students were asked (a) to reflect on their own teaching experiences and (b) to provide peer feedback… 
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