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Microblogging about Teaching: Nurturing Participatory Cultures through Collaborative Online Reflection with Pre-service Teachers
This study investigated the possibilities and challenges of using Edmodo as a reflective tool. Overall findings indicate that Edmodo was generally user-friendly and fostered substantive interactions among peers, and students and instructors perceived that collaborative reflection led to growth among pre-service teachers. In addition to the ease of using the Edmodo interface, many students expressed that they enjoyed the choice afforded by the medium.
Updated: Jan. 18, 2016
From Evaluation to Collaborative Reflection: Teacher Candidate Perceptions of a Digital Learner-Centered Classroom Observation Form
The goal of this study was to gather teacher candidates’ perceptions of a form that incorporated self-reflection, collaborative reflection, and quality feedback. The faculty members at a Midwestern U.S. university piloted a new digital classroom observation form to promote a more learner-centered approach to supervision. Results indicated that while teacher candidates felt that the form took more time to complete, most felt it helped promote reflective practices, and supervisor feedback was viewed favorably.
Updated: Feb. 16, 2015