Collective Memory-Work for Teacher Training
Learning Through Collective Memory-Work as a Part of Teacher Training
“I really appreciated the fact that we discussed many topics in this seminar that aren’t normally subject to discussion in our university courses (such as disruptions during class or meetings with parents), even though these are important and relevant topics for the teaching profession.” (Daniela)
“I felt the seminar was interesting and enriching particularly because the students didn't have to engage with prescribed topics. Instead they could choose the topics they found the most interesting.” (Viktoria)
“Working in the team, I gained viewpoints and insights that would not have come to me if I had engaged with the topic on my own...
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