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Ukrainian internal conflict was the topic of this article. Researchers examined students' psychological process, and gender differences reflected the enhanced difference in teachers' education. Students and teachers must recognize the effects of socialization on their analysis and response to an extreme social situation.
Updated: Jun. 24, 2008
Teacher Preparation in a Post-Totalitarian Society: An Interpretation of Ukrainian Teacher Educators' Stereotypes
There is no doubt that Ukrainians want change for democratic citizenship and European integration. However, Ukraine's educational system, inherited from the Soviet era, remains predominantly authoritarian despite centralized educational reforms. Discussing the challenges of pedagogical re-conceptualization reflected in the interviews of teacher educators, the authors define seven major stereotypes of educating pre-service teachers and suggest recommendations for educational change that would promote the building and strengthening of democracy in this post-conflict society.
Updated: Jun. 15, 2008