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The (Failed) Case of the Winston Society Wikispace: The Challenges and Opportunities of Web 2.0 and Teacher Education
In this article, the authors examine the case of the Winston Society. The authors argue that the participants saw the technological demands of the Winston Society as less threatening than participating in social practices that emphasized more participatory and collaborative knowledge-making, distributed expertise, and less published and individuated kinds of authorship. The authors claim that the data pointed to at least three alternative directions for the use of new literacies in teacher education: teachers’ discomfort with digital epistemologies, the potential of online affinity spaces and of networking social media to mediate teachers’ professional development.
Updated: Jul. 30, 2013