Article: Using e-journals to promote reflection
Posted by on April 28, 2006
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Assessing Principal Internships and Habits of Mind: The Use of Journey Mapping to Enhance Reflection
Donna Cooner and Ellyn Dickmann examine the advantages of using of e-journals to promote critical self-reflection, peer dialogue, and professional growth for interns in principal preparation programs. They also introduce Journey Mapping, a software program that supports structured e-journal writing for student principals and convenient data collection for their mentors and supervisors. (See
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