The use of reflective journal keeping in a teacher education program: a Popperian analysis
This study explores the effectiveness of journal keeping as a means of developing reflective practice in pre-service teachers using the Popperian knowledge-building framework. The data focus on the entries of 28 pre-service teachers. The issues identified by pre-service teachers ranged from curricula to classroom management to assessment. The qualitative data suggest that the theoretical framework used in this study not only provides pre-service teachers with a place to reflect on the identified problems but also allows them to use the information to formulate a tentative theory or solution to solve the problems.
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