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Student Teachers in School Practice

An Analysis of Learning Opportunities

Student Teachers in School Practice
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Student Teachers in School Practice discusses the changes to student teacher education in the UK and globally. The increasingly centralised requirements in many countries have placed schools in a more prominent and influential role with regards to student teacher learning. The discussion in the book is timely for UK teacher education policy in that the research highlights the importance of schools in the student teacher learning process and the difficulties inherent in enabling learning opportunities for practitioners and student teachers in the classroom.

Research evidence derives from extensive observations of and interviews with practitioners involved in teacher education. Illustrated through detailed case studies the learning opportunities for student teachers in school practice are seen to be very different. An analysis of the different types of learning leads to a follow up study where the author suggests and utilizes a model for developing and maximizing learning opportunities in school settings.

Palgrave Macmillan; January 2014
231 pages; ISBN 9781137268686
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