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Cultivating ‘good’ practice or ‘best’ practice?

Catherine Doherty discusses the double meaning of ‘good’ in English. ‘Good’ can refer to the morally correct choice, and it can also refer to high quality. The question then becomes whether these types of ‘good-ness’ refer to the same thing in teacher education.

 

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