Reviewing the purpose of professional experience: A case study in initial teacher education reform

Curtis, E, Martin, R and Broadley, T 2019, 'Reviewing the purpose of professional experience: A case study in initial teacher education reform', Teaching and Teacher Education, vol. 83, pp. 11-86.


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Title Reviewing the purpose of professional experience: A case study in initial teacher education reform
Author(s) Curtis, E
Martin, R
Broadley, T
Year 2019
Journal name Teaching and Teacher Education
Volume number 83
Start page 11
End page 86
Total pages 76
Publisher Pergamon Press
Abstract This paper documents the results of a mixed method study focussing on staff perceptions of professional experience in the Education faculty of an Australian university. The study takes place in a climate of both legislative and organisational change and the outcomes provide insights into viewpoints of both academic and professional staff understanding of priorities and the purposes of professional experience. The study contributes to the contemporary political discourse and rigorous accountability surrounding professional experience and the role of teacher educators as well as offering potential new insights into the complexity of pre-service teacher preparation in contemporary schools and universities.
Subject Teacher Education and Professional Development of Educators
Keyword(s) Initial teacher education reform
Partnerships
Professional experience
Teacher educators
DOI - identifier 10.1016/j.tate.2019.03.017
Copyright notice © 2019 Elsevier
ISSN 0742-051X
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