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What are student inservice teachers talking about in their online Communities of Practice?: investigating student inservice teachers’ experiences in a double-layered CoP

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What are student inservice teachers talking about in their online Communities of Practice? investigating student inservice teachers’ experiences in a double-layered CoP. / Lee, Kyungmee; Brett, Clare.

In: Journal of Technology and Teacher Education, Vol. 21, No. 1, 01.2013, p. 89-118.

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