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Blogs as liminal space: student teachers at the threshold

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This paper considers the results of a small-scale action research project, part of which used blogs as a medium for developing students’ understanding of geographical concepts, and as a space for developing ideas and approaches for a ‘model lesson’ they were asked to teach before starting their first school placements as trainee teachers.


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