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Dialogue forms an important tool for two Teacher Education Program Assistants (TEPAs) who are doctoral candidates concerned with negotiating their new roles in teacher education. Using Immanuel Kant's notion of public and private reason as a philosophical approach, the authors attempt to make sense of their experiences of working with teacher candidates and the various expectations of teacher education in a large faculty of education, with more than 800 preservice students. Tensions betweenfatcat:o47bltoek5fe5e4egbyz7vxjjm