Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/10497/14261
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Knowledge
Belief
Epistemic belief
Pre-service teachers
Issue Date: 
2011
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Lee, C. B., & Teo, T. K. G. (2011). An exploratory study on pre-service teachers’ perceptions of the differences between knowledge and belief. The Asia-Pacific Education Researcher, 20(1), 93-102.
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The main intention of this study was to understand how pre-scrvice teachers perceived the relationships between knowledge and belief, their criteria, and the sources which contribute to the fomiation of the two constructs. In addition, we were motivated to explore whether these perceptions by pre-service teaehers were significantly different across countries by comparing the findings collected from similar studies. The data in this study were collected from 153 pre-service teachers who completed a questionnaire. We reported important findings such as teachers' perceptions of knowledge and belief and discussed the implications for
teacher training program.
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0119-5646X
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