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The current study explored the influence of a university-based student teaching program in rural East Africa on the beliefs of four preservice teacher participants. In conclusion, this article has presented the perspectives of four participants who student-taught in East Africa for 8 weeks as part of their student teaching requirement at a Western university. Each of the participants had unique and valuable experiences that shaped the ways in which he or she worked to become an educator in a rural East African community. The authors argue that the program shaped the participants' beliefs about teaching and continues to be an experience they reflect on in their lives.
Updated: Sep. 04, 2017
Language of Learning and Teaching in Schools: An Issue for Research in Mathematics Teacher Education?
In this article, the author presents an analysis of the literature on multilingual teacher education in Africa. Specifically, the author looks at what it is that governments in interested countries are doing in teacher education programs in response to the introduction of local languages in schools.
Updated: Oct. 16, 2012