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This article focuses on student participation in classrooms. It aims to demonstrate that effective cultivation of educational experience in schools will lead to a new perspective on the process of teaching and learning. There are no privileged methods of teaching and learning, but most of the teachers have in mind some fuzzy ideas of what good instruction is, and there is a great variety of how teachers involve their students and how students get involved in what happens in school.
Updated: Feb. 03, 2008
The article discusses school linked models for teacher education in England, France, Germany, the Netherlands and Sweden, and what, if any, are the consequences of the models in terms of teacher quality. The authors note a substantial variation between countries in terms of integration between the institution and the school, emphasis on practical learning, embedding of teacher education and duration of teacher education.
Updated: Jan. 16, 2008
The article explores the reflections of two German native speakers who decided to take a course of initial teacher education in England, only to undertake a second course upon their return to Germany. The author reviews the reasoning behind the two routes in two countries and examines the similarities and differences in the perceived status of trainees in each country, as well as student behavior and collegial support.
Updated: Jan. 14, 2008