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Principles That Can Travel: Building Bricks for Strong Teacher Education Programs

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15. janúar 2019 15:00 til 16:00
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Principles That Can Travel: Building Bricks for Strong Teacher Education Programs. International Comparison of the role of Coherence and Linkage to practice in Teacher Education Programs in Finland, Norway, California, Chile, and Cuba.

Research on teacher education around the world highlights three aspects of effective teacher education: Strong programs have a clear vision of good teaching; prospective teachers encounter consistent messages about what good teaching looks like across program courses and -sites; and, theory is tightly linked to practice.  In this key note, building on the “Coherence and Assignments in Teacher Education (CATE)” study, https://www.uv.uio.no/ils/english/research/projects/cate/index.html. 

Kristi Klette professor at the Univerisity of Oslo, address how these principles could serve as building bricks to redesign teacher education in distinct - and rather different - cultural settings  - and point to shared challenges and developments in teacher education.

 

Principles That Can Travel: Building Bricks for Strong Teacher Education Programs. International Comparison of the role of Coherence and Linkage to practice in Teacher Education Programs in Finland, Norway, California, Chile, and Cuba. Research on teacher education around the world highlights three aspects of effective teacher education: Strong programs have a clear vision of good teaching; prospective teachers encounter consistent messages about what good teaching looks like across program courses and -sites; and, theory is tightly linked to practice.  In this key note, building on the “Coherence and Assignments in Teacher Education (CATE)” study, https://www.uv.uio.no/ils/english/research/projects/cate/index.html.  Kristi Klette professor at the University of Oslo, address how these principles could serve as building bricks to redesign teacher education in distinct - and rather different - cultural settings  - and point to shared challenges and developments in teacher education.

Principles That Can Travel: Building Bricks for Strong Teacher Education Programs

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