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Not left to write: the 'hi's and 'lo's of blogging in teacher education

Blake, Allan (2008) Not left to write: the 'hi's and 'lo's of blogging in teacher education. In: EduFair 2008: Enhancing the Student Experience, 2008-05-08. (Unpublished)

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Abstract

Accepting that the 'way teachers relate to their colleagues has profound implications for … how they evolve and develop as teachers' (Hargreaves 1992: 217), this session will consider the importance of the emotional-relational dimension in beginning teaching by developing an understanding of the ability of blogging to engender affective engagement between learners.