In order to engage effectively in their ongoing decision making about classroom management, learning difficulties,parental concerns, language instruction and curriculum design, teachers not only need to acquire relevant practical and theoretical knowledge. They must also learn to critically examine and reconstruct their perceptions of their own performance. The process of self-examination needs to be actively acknowledged and addressed in the development and implementation of the teacher education curriculum.
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