Increasing Teacher Candidates' Reflection with Technology
This chapter highlights the strategies that facilitated reflective thinking in teacher education through the integration of technology. Graduate students enrolled in a literacy course provided the data for the study. Major findings indicated that the reflective ability and quality of reflection among the teacher candidates increased because a structure that supported reflection was put in place. In addition, the teacher candidates engaged in a variety of multifaceted activities with new technologies in authentic contexts. The implications were discussed.
Ikpeze, Chinwe (2010). "Increasing Teacher Candidates' Reflection with Technology." Teacher Implementation and Teacher Education: Reflective Models , 332-346.
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