This book seeks to raise the discussion of globalisationas effects on teacher education, development and work, and its reforms and institutions, to a more theoretical and analytical level, and to provide specific examples in the comparative tradition to illustrate teacher policy in the context of education systemsa widespread variability and complexity. The contributors critically analyse current arrangements in teacher education, development and work, and highlight the forces that enter in this contested terrain, the sources of conflict and convergence, and the implication of these for teaching and learning, and for indigenous forms of knowledge and knowledge construction in the globalisation era.For example, in the 1800s, less than 5% of the pupils of a cohort took the Abitur ( the high school exit exam after grade 13). ... exist (manual, technical and intellectual) that must be developed in three different kinds of schools (Spranger, 1974).
|Title||:||Reforming Teaching Globally|
|Author||:||Maria Teresa Tatto|
|Publisher||:||Symposium Books Ltd - 2007-05-14|