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Ham and Davey - Our first time: two higher education tutors reflect on becoming a ‘virtual teacher’

by Richard Millwood last modified Friday Oct 6, 2006 11:57
Contributors: Vince Ham, Ronnie Davey

This paper reports some action research we conducted on our own initial experiences of incorporating ‘online’ elements into our respective teacher education courses. They have been experiences which have seen us confront issues which go well beyond technical questions of how to teach in a virtual environment, to encompass more value-laden self-enquiries about why we should, and the relationship, if there is to be one, between virtual teaching and virtuous teaching.

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