Canadian FSL Teacher Candidate Beliefs about Students with Learning Difficulties

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Publisher:  Academy Publisher

Author:  Katy Arnett, Callie Mady, Lin Muilenburg

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Submitted by:  Michael

Date Submitted:  November 25, 2021

Language of Resource: English

Media Format: Website

This study provides insight on how students training to become French as a Second Language teachers view students with learning disabilities in the classroom. It explores how potential teacher candidates mold their beliefs through their previous experiences and environment in which they live.

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Program(s): Other

Education Level: University – Graduate & Post-Graduate, University – Undergraduate, College

Subject(s): French Language, Education

Equity, Diversity, Social Justice: This material contains content related to equity, diversity, and/or social justice.

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