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Fostering Critical Reflection through Technology: Preparing Prospective Teachers for a Changing Society
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JITFTE Volume 1, Number 1,

Abstract

A study investigated whether computer conferencing would encourage critical reflection in prospective teachers. A computer conference helped students examine their taken-for-granted assumptions, the validity in differing perspectives, and consequences of choice making. Findings suggest that computer conferencing can help students reach this goal, in conjunction with coursework goals. (SM)

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Harrington, H. (1992). Fostering Critical Reflection through Technology: Preparing Prospective Teachers for a Changing Society. Journal of Information Technology for Teacher Education, 1(1), 67-82. Retrieved September 21, 2019 from .

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