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The article investigates some of the effects of globalization on education and teacher education. In particular it considers the contradictory demands of economic and cultural forms of globalization, and between globalization and localization.
Updated: Mar. 02, 2009
The Efficacy of Embedding Special Education Instruction in Teacher Preparation Programs in the United States
This study examined the effects of embedding special education instruction into preservice general education assessment courses. Participants were 208 teacher candidates in the United States enrolled in a required evaluation and measurement course. The results suggest the need to provide faculty in the content area adequate professional development opportunities to ensure that current special education best practices are embedded across the curriculum of teacher candidates.
Updated: Jan. 21, 2009
Typical university-wide course evaluations do not provide instructors with sufficient information on the effectiveness of their courses. This article describes a course assessment and enhancement model where student feedback can be used to improve courses and/or programs. The model employs an assessment tool that measures student perceptions of importance and their current competence in course-specific learning objectives both pre- and post-course.
Updated: Jan. 14, 2008