Participants’ perceptions of pre-service teachers’ experiences during school training placements (practicums) in Turkish and English policy context

Gündüz, Müge
Lawson, Tony
Busher, Hugh
Comber, Chris


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M. Gündüz, T. Lawson, H. Busher, and C. Comber, “Participants’ perceptions of pre-service teachers’ experiences during school training placements (practicums) in Turkish and English policy context,” presented at the European Conference on Educational Research, Berlin, Almanya, 2011, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: