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Hauptsachtitel:
Handbook of teacher education.
Untertitel/Zusätze:
Globalization, standards and professionalism in times of change.
Erscheinungsort:
Dordrecht
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ISBN:
140204772X
Inhaltsverzeichnis :
PREFACE

SECTION ONE GLOBALIZATION AND DIVERSITY: PROMISE OR PROBLEM?
1. TONY TOWNSEND AND RICHARD BATES / Teacher Education in a New Millennium: Pressures and Possibilities
2. JONATHAN JANSEN / Learning and Leading in a Globalized World: The Lessons from South Africa
3. AHMED M. AL-HINAI / The Interplay between Culture, Teacher Professionalism and Teachers′ Professional Development at Times of Change
4. KONAI HELU THAMAN / Partnerships for Progressing Cultural Democracy in Teacher Education in Pacific Island Countries
5. JANINKA GREENWOOD AND LIZ BROWN / The Treaty, the Institution and the Chalkface: An Institution-wide Project in Teacher Education
6. IVAN REID, KEVIN BRAIN AND LOUISE COMERFORD BOYES / Where have all the Teachers Gone? Gone to be Leaders, Everyone

SECTION TWO STANDARDS AND ACCOUNTABILITY: WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE A GOOD TEACHER AND HOW CAN WE MAKE IT HAPPEN?
7. DAVID G. IMIG AND SCOTT R. IMIG / Quality in Teacher Education: Seeking a Common Definition
8. MIKE NEWBY / Standards and Professionalism: Peace Talks?
9. RICHARD BATES / Regulation and Autonomy in Teacher Education: System or Democracy?
10. LAWRENCE ANGUS / Globalisation and the Reshaping of Teacher Professional Culture: Do We Train Competent Technicians or Informed Players in the Policy Process?
11. AYSEN BAKIOGLU AND OZGE HACIFAZLIOGLU / Academics′ Perceptions of Private University Establishment Standards and Teaching Quality

SECTION THREE TEACHER PREPARATION: GETTING THE BRIGHTEST AND MAKING THEM THE BEST
12. BEVERLEY JANE / Mentoring in Teacher Education: An Experience that Makes a Difference for Fledgling University Students
13. JANETTE RYAN / Exploring ′Lifewide Learning′ as a Vehicle for Shifting Pre-service Teachers′ Conceptions of Teaching and Learning
14. DAVID ZYNGIER / Productive Pedagogies: Seeking a Common Vocabulary and Framework for Talking about Pedagogy with Pre-service Teachers
15. ROBERT P. PELTON / From Performing to Performance: Can the Repositioning of Teacher Candidates Create a Measurable Impact on Children′s Achievement While Developing Positive Teaching Dispositions?
16. RUTH GORINSKI AND GLORIA ABERNETHY / Maori Student Retention and Success: Curriculum, Pedagogy and Relationships
17. MAHMOUD AL-WEHER AND MAJED ABU-JABER / The Effectiveness of Teacher Preparation Programs in Jordan: A Case Study
18. LYDIA PUNGUR / Mentoring as the Key to a Successful Student Teaching Practicum: A Comparative Analysis
19. TERI C. DAVIS AND BARBARA MOELY / Preparing Pre-service Teachers and Meeting the Diversity Challenge through Structured Service-learning and Field Experiences in Urban Schools
20. LORELEI CARPENTER AND BETTE BLANCE / Teaching Internships and the Learning Community

SECTION FOUR TEACHER INDUCTION: FROM NEOPHYTE TO PROFESSIONAL IN THREE EASY STEPS
21. IRIS RIGGS AND RUTH SANDLIN / Workplace Contexts of New Teachers: An American Tradition of ″Paying One′s Dues″
22. H. JAMES MCLAUGHLIN AND GAIL E. BURNAFORD / Re-thinking the Basis for ″High Quality″ Teaching: Teacher Preparation in Communities
23. ZACHARIAH O. WANZARE / The Transition Process: The Early Years of Being a Teacher
24. JULIE KIGGINS AND BRIAN CAMBOURNE / The Knowledge Building Community Program: A Partnership for Progress in Teacher Education
25. VICTOR FORRESTER AND JANET DRAPER / Newly Qualified Teachers in Hong Kong: Professional Development or Meeting one′s Fate?
26. JANET DRAPER, FIONA CHRISTIE AND JIM O′BRIEN / Meeting the Standard? The New Teacher Education Induction Scheme in Scotland

SECTION FIVE CONTINUOUS DEVELOPMENT OF TEACHERS: THE CHALLENGE TO CHANGE
27. MARION MEIERS / Teacher Professional Learning, Teaching Practice and Student Learning Outcomes: Important Issues
28. CHENG MAY HUNG, AU KIT OI, PANG KING CHEE AND CHEUNG LAI MAN / Defining the Meaning of Teacher Success in Hong Kong
29. IVAN REID, KEVIN BRAIN AND LOUISE COMERFORD BOYES / Networked Learning Communities: Joined up Working?
30. CHARLES PODHORSKY AND DOUGLAS FISHER / Lesson study: An Opportunity for Teacher Led Professional Development
31. MICHAEL AIELLO AND KEVIN WATSON / An Alternative Approach to CPD: an Evaluation of the Impact on Individual and Institutional Development of an Action Learning Programme Run in Partnership by an HE institution (HEI) and a Sixth Form College (SFC)
32. RUTH GORINSKI / Building Leadership Capability through Professional Development: A New Zealand Case Study Analysis
33. JILL SMITH / A Case Study: The Dilemmas of Biculturalism in Education Policy and Visual Arts Education Practice in Aotearoa-New Zealand
34. HARRISON TSE / Professional Development through Transformation: Linking Two Assessment Models of Teachers′ Reflective Thinking and Practice 495
35. AMY A.M. YIP / Action Research and Tacit Knowledge: A Case of the Project Approach
36. MARGARET TAPLIN, DOROTHY NG FUNG PING AND HUANG FUQIAN / The Impact of a Collaborative Model for Curriculum Restructuring on Teachers′ Professional Growth
37. DANJUN YING / Teacher Educators′ Collaborative Inquiry in a Context of Educational Innovation in China – A Case Study of RICH as a Learning Community

SECTION SIX THE REFLECTIVE PRACTITIONER: THE WAY FORWARD
38. NEIL HOOLEY / Participation and the Question of Knowledge
39. ALEX MOORE / Understanding the Social Self: The Role and Importance of Reflexivity in Schoolteachers′ Professional Learning
40. JOHN LOUGHRAN / Teachers as Leaders: Building a Knowledge Base of Practice through Researching Practice
41. CHRISTOPHER DAY / School Reform and Transitions in Teacher Professionalism and Identity
42. EILEEN HONAN / Teachers Engaging in Research as Professional Development

SECTION SEVEN THE IMPACT OF TECHNOLOGY: TOOL OF THE TRADE OR THE TERROR FOR TEACHERS?
43. GLENN RUSSELL AND GLENN FINGER / ICTs and Tomorrow′s Teachers: Informing and Improving the ICT Undergraduate Experience
44. PAUL GATHERCOAL, JUDITH CROWE, SILVA KARAYAN, THOMAS MCCAMBRIDGE, SUSANNE MALISKI, DOUGLAS O. LOVE AND GERRY W. MCKEAN / Webfolios: Authentic of State and Accreditation Standards
45. MURIEL WELLS / Collaborative Online Projects in a Global Community
46. MANJULA WANIGANAYAKE, SUSAN WILKS AND RON LINSER / Creating Thinking Professionals: Teaching and Learning about Professional Practice Using Interactive Technology
47. CHRISTINE GARDNER AND JOHN WILLIAMSON / The Complexities of Learning to Teach: ″Just What Is It That I Am Doing?″
48. GLENN RUSSELL AND GEOFF ROMEO / Pre-Service Teachers Self-perceptions of ICTE: An Australian Perspective

AFTERWORD
RICHARD BATES AND TONY TOWNSEND / The Future of Teacher
Education: Challenges and Opportunities

APPENDICES
The Editors
Information About the Authors

INDEX