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Multicultural Reflection

This paper examines how people reflect, individually and collaboratively, in different cultural contexts, discussing the consequences for teacher education. The paper suggests that the ways in which people reflect individually are shared across cultures, but the ways in which people reflect together are structured differently by their varied cultures, and this may have important consequences for teacher education since student teachers come from diverse cultures.

  • Author/Creator: Buckley, Jeri
  • Date Published: 02-00
  • Year: 1999

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