Investigating Preservice Elementary Science Teacher Reflective Thinking Using Integrated Media Case-Based Instruction in Elementary Science Teacher Preparation
Science Education Volume 82, Number 4, ISSN 0036-8326
Investigates preservice elementary teachers' theories about science teaching and learning through their reflections on integrated media case-based instruction. Constructs a profile of the teachers' images of themselves as future science teachers. Contains 43 references. (DDR)
Abell, S.K., Bryan, L.A. & Anderson, M.A. (1998). Investigating Preservice Elementary Science Teacher Reflective Thinking Using Integrated Media Case-Based Instruction in Elementary Science Teacher Preparation. Science Education, 82(4), 491-510.
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