Teacher Education Policy and Research
In this book, leading teacher education researchers from Australia, Belgium, Canada, England, Finland, Hong Kong SAR, the Netherlands, New Zealand, North Ireland, Portugal, Scotland, the USA and Wales examine teacher education policy and research in each of their contexts.
The book highlights the connections and disconnections between teacher education policy and research. It examines contemporary challenges and issues in teacher education including how high-quality teacher education is framed, how teaching quality is framed, and the role of teacher education research. It also considers future policy and research possibilities and opportunities for teacher education research, equity and preparing teachers for work within contexts of super-diversity, and early career teaching.
About this Author
Diane Mayer is Professor of Education (Teacher Education) at the University of Oxford. Prior to joining Oxford, she was Professor of Education and Dean at The University of Sydney. She has also held positions at the University of California at Berkeley in the USA, at Victoria University, Deakin University and The University of Queensland in Australia. Diane's research and scholarship focuses on teacher education and early career teaching, examining issues associated with the policy and practice of teachers' work and teacher education.
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