The Role of the University in the Preparation of Teachers

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Robert A. Roth, the late Robert Roth
Psychology Press, 1999 - 269 páginas
Addresses a subject of common interest in developed countries - the apparently diminishing role of universities in the education of teachers. There is pressure to redesign teacher education, an on-going struggle between those who see the need to strengthen the knowledge base of teachers and those who favour learning on the job; there is a perceived need to define precisely what teachers need to know and be able to do and at the same time there is relaxation of entry standards for students entering the profession in an attempt to relieve the chronic shortage of teachers. This situation is prevalent in the USA, in the UK, Europe and Australia. The struggle over who should control the preparation of teachers is the significant emerging issue in education, and could change the whole structure of the teacher preparation.
 

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The Case for Universitybased Teacher Education
13
No Standards or New Standards? The Future of Teacher
31
The Needs for Excellence
41
The Challenges Teacher Education Presents
59
The Problem of Evidence in Teacher Education
87
Societys Requirements for K12 Confront Higher Education
108
A Grimm Tale
129
Institutional
137
Moving Toward Performancebased Accreditation Systems
151
University as Context for Teacher Development
180
Critical Components in the Preparation of Teachers
226
The Role of the University in Teacher Learning
241
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