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“…In their study of language teachers in training and their contact with more experienced teachers through Twitter, Lord and Lomicka (2014) found evidence of engagement in joint activity and discussions: they concluded that Twitter is "a tool that is capable of allowing participants to create a CoP and to build social presence" (p. 209). Pieterse and Peled (2014) arrived at very similar conclusions in their study of novice teachers using Twitter for professional guidance, social support and personal empowerment.…”
Section: Twitter As a Learning Environment For Teachersmentioning
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“…In their study of language teachers in training and their contact with more experienced teachers through Twitter, Lord and Lomicka (2014) found evidence of engagement in joint activity and discussions: they concluded that Twitter is "a tool that is capable of allowing participants to create a CoP and to build social presence" (p. 209). Pieterse and Peled (2014) arrived at very similar conclusions in their study of novice teachers using Twitter for professional guidance, social support and personal empowerment.…”
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“…Some respondents to Carpenter and Krutka's (2014) survey of 755 teachers highlighted the access that Twitter provides to the perspectives and experience of veteran teachers. Pieterse and Peled (2014) set up a Twitter practice where teachers in training shared experiences with fellow students and mentors with very positive results, as did Lord and Lomicka (2014).…”
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“…Congreso IN-RED (2016) 2014; Pieterse and Peled, 2014;Thoms and Eryilmaz, 2015). Dado ello, la necesidad de un profundo estudio de este asunto es todavía una carencia importante en la literatura.…”
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“…Hence, they develop problem-solving skills as well as reflective abilities (Lotan & Shimoni, 2005;Sela, 2010). Pieterse and Peled (2014) examined the use of Twitter as a tool for supporting and achieving the goals of online internship workshops and found that a social interface creates an atmosphere of sharing.…”
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