Developing a Discourse Community of Preservice Teachers in a Technology-Mediated Context
Teacher Educator Volume 35, Number 4, ISSN 0887-8730
Describes an investigation into the social dynamics of a technology-mediated preservice teacher environment (an Internet discussion group) and the extent to which community-building occurred. Discourse analysis examined how the technology-mediated discourse community reflected five main categories characterizing the ethos of classroom communities. Illustrations of each category that demonstrate an overall sense of community are provided. (SM)
Edens, K.M. & Gallini, J.K. (2000). Developing a Discourse Community of Preservice Teachers in a Technology-Mediated Context. Teacher Educator, 35(4), 64-82.
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