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What aspects of reasoning do further education college lecturers use in writing rationales?
Journal of Vocational Education and Training
Commonly, the task of constructing rationales is used in development programmes as a means of advancing Further Education College (FEC) lecturers' understanding of their practice. Often lecturers also teach this task as a part of student project work. Drawing on psychological research on argumentative reasoning the aim was to illuminate strengths and weaknesses in lecturers' rationale construction by identifying (a) components of reasoning and (b) ideas used in rationales. A descriptive sampledoi:10.1080/13636820400200248 fatcat:jf4upgnky5gupezfsrd3aptnqi