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Beginning Teachers Reviewing Disastrous Lessons

Some Themes and Responses
  • Michael Crowhurst

Abstract

I currently work in pre-service teacher education and I often share a coffee with a colleague, Dr. Barbara Chancellor. During one of these coffee breaks in 2007 we were discussing tutorial conversations that occurred after beginning teachers had returned to university after professional placements.

Keywords

Critical Incident Begin Teacher Disastrous Experience Educative Space Gaping Hole 
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  • Michael Crowhurst

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