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Mentoring Student Teachers Into The Profession: Intentionally Creating a Culture of Inquiry in the Context of Media and Technology Practice
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Abstract

What is the nature of onsite and online mentoring which enables student teachers to design inquiry-based, technology rich learning experiences? In this case study, faculty and expert teachers worked with fifteen student teachers during an elementary school practicum. An online intelligent design environment supported the development of a community of practice and instructional design. Discussion focuses on teaching from an inquiry stance and engaging in the intellectual work of mentoring student teachers to teach with technology rather than just modeling practice.

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Jacobsen, M., Friesen, S. & Clifford, P. (2005). Mentoring Student Teachers Into The Profession: Intentionally Creating a Culture of Inquiry in the Context of Media and Technology Practice. Presented at Association for Educational Communications and Technology Annual Meeting 2005. Retrieved June 18, 2019 from .

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