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The current paper presents the findings from the third study in a longitudinal research project examining newly qualified teachers’ (NQTs) motivation for teaching and how they retrospectively value their teacher education. The results indicate that teachers are motivated both by working with their subject matter and by teaching. However, this study reveals a high rate of attrition, with 40 percent having left the profession.
Updated: Dec. 29, 2011
This study is the second from a longitudinal project examining students' motivation for teaching. This study examines motivation at the end of the course among the students who entering the Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) course at four universities in Norway. The study also reports on their experiences with teacher education in relation to motivation. The results indicate stability in motivation among the prospective teachers. Moreover, the PGCE course fulfils the students' expectations in various degrees.
Updated: Sep. 27, 2010
This paper analyses the results from a study conducted among 283 full-time Postgraduate Certificate in Education course (PGCE) students in Norwegian universities in the autumn of 2006. The students responded to a questionnaire examining their motivation to take the PGCE course and their motivation to become teachers.
Updated: May. 25, 2009