Lacourse, France; Nault, Geneviève
May 2009
McGill Journal of Education;Spring2009, Vol. 44 Issue 2, p229
Academic Journal
This article describes an experiment using online asynchronous discussion among student-teacher educators. In the context of Quebec's reform of teacher education at the secondary level, cooperating teachers and uiversity-based supervisors used online communication to provide consistent feedback. The results offer evidence of a positive learning experience, especially for new cooperating teachers.


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