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Title: Partnerships between schools and teacher education institutes
Other Titles: Becoming a teacher educator : theory and practice for teacher educators
Authors: Bezzina, Christopher
Lorist, Peter
van Velzen, Corinne
Keywords: Schools
Teachers -- Training of
Issue Date: 2006-10
Publisher: National School for Leadership in Education
Citation: Bezzina, C., Lorist, P., & Van Velzen, C. (2006). Partnerships between Schools and Teacher Education Institutes. 31st Annual ATEE Conference, Portoro┼ż. 747-758
Abstract: Society has developed itself into a complex system of organisations and interactions, therefore the demands on schools and schooling has become greater. The need for professional teachers grew with it. Teaching is formative in nature and one grows within the profession and hence through daily experiences. As a result of this, various countries have over the years developed different modes of school-based teacher training. In this paper we elaborate on three examples of partnerships between teacher education institutes and schools. We draw conclusions from these examples, the experiences of participants and from international literature.
URI: https://www.um.edu.mt/library/oar//handle/123456789/19711
ISBN: 9789616637060
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