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The Role of Hypermedia Cases on Preservice Teachers' Views of Reading Instruction
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Action in Teacher Education Volume 22, ISSN 0162-6620

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Examined the impact of Reading Classroom Explorer (RCE), a video-based hypermedia tool, on the ways that preservice teachers used evidence to support claims about teaching reading in course papers. Results indicated that preservice teachers used video cases in RCE as an information resource, and they used RCE to varying degrees for investing in, complying with, or resisting the technology. (SM)

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Hughes, J.E., Packard, B.W.L. & Pearson, P.D. (2000). The Role of Hypermedia Cases on Preservice Teachers' Views of Reading Instruction. Action in Teacher Education, 22,. Retrieved April 1, 2020 from .

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