2007

Handbook of Teacher Education

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ISBN: 978-1-4020-4772-5 (Print) 978-1-4020-4773-2 (Online)

Table of contents (48 chapters)

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  1. Globalization and Diversity: Promise or Problem?

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      Pages 1-2

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      Pages 3-22

      Teacher Education in a New Millennium: Pressures and Possibilities

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      Pages 25-40

      Learning and Leading in a Globalized World: The Lessons from South Africa

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      Pages 41-52

      The Interplay between Culture, Teacher Professionalism and Teachers' Professional Development at Times of Change

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      Pages 53-66

      Partnerships for Progressing Cultural Democracy in Teacher Education in Pacific Island Countries

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      Pages 67-78

      The Treaty, the Institution and the Chalkface: An Institution-wide Project in Teacher Education

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      Pages 79-92

      Where have all the Teachers Gone? Gone to be Leaders, Everyone

  2. Standards and Accountability: What Does It Mean to be a Good Teacher and How Can We Make It Happen?

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      Pages 93-94

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      Pages 95-112

      Quality in Teacher Education: Seeking a Common Definition

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      Pages 113-126

      Standards and Professionalism: Peace Talks?

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      Pages 127-140

      Regulation and Autonomy in Teacher Education: System or Democracy?

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      Pages 141-156

      Globalisation and the Reshaping of Teacher Professional Culture: Do We Train Competent Technicians or Informed Players in the Policy Process?

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      Pages 157-176

      Academics' Perceptions of Private University Establishment Standards and Teaching Quality

  3. Teacher Preparation: Getting the Brightest and Making them the Best

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      Pages 177-178

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      Pages 179-192

      Mentoring in Teacher Education: An Experience that Makes a Difference for Fledgling University Students

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      Pages 193-204

      Exploring ‘Lifewide Learning’ as a Vehicle for Shifting Pre-service Teachers' Conceptions of Teaching and Learning

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      Pages 205-218

      Productive Pedagogies: Seeking a Common Vocabulary and Framework for Talking about Pedagogy with Pre-service Teachers

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      Pages 219-228

      From Performing to Performance: Can the Repositioning of Teacher Candidates Create a Measurable Impact on Children's Achievement While Developing Positive Teaching Dispositions?

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      Pages 229-240

      Maori Student Retention and Success: Curriculum, Pedagogy and Relationships

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      Pages 241-266

      The Effectiveness of Teacher Preparation Programs in Jordan: A Case Study

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      Pages 267-282

      Mentoring as the Key to a Successful Student Teaching Practicum: A Comparative Analysis

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      Pages 283-300

      Preparing Pre-service Teachers and Meeting the Diversity Challenge through Structured Service-learning and Field Experiences in Urban Schools

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      Pages 301-314

      Teaching Internships and the Learning Community

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