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Tatto, Maria Teresa – European Journal of Teacher Education, 2021
In this article, I discuss the status of teaching as a profession using Gardner and Shulman's framework emerging from their empirical examination of the professions in America and use Bernstein's sociology of knowledge to help explain how recontextualizing agents struggle to dominate the construction and interpretation of professionalism in…
Descriptors: Professionalism, Role, Teacher Education Programs, Teaching (Occupation)
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Helgetun, Jo B.; Dumay, Xavier – European Journal of Teacher Education, 2021
In this paper, we aim to advance the understanding of the institutional mechanisms that have shaped the teacher education environment in England over the last forty years. Based on the analyses of policy documents and elite interviews rooted in a neo-institutionalist analytical framework, we argue that the changes from a laissez-faire policy in…
Descriptors: Educational History, Educational Change, Teacher Education Programs, Foreign Countries
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Mayer, Diane; Mills, Martin – European Journal of Teacher Education, 2021
In the past decade, notions of teacher professionalism have been associated with increased accountability, standards, performance assessments, and teacher testing, and impacted by alternative pathways into the profession that downplays professional education and foreground subject content knowledge expertise and opportunity to learn on the job.…
Descriptors: Professionalism, Teacher Education, Standards, Accountability
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Goodwin, A. Lin – European Journal of Teacher Education, 2021
Today's teacher operates in a globalised space where people everywhere are inextricably connected, and whose lives no longer exist in an isolated vacuum, but intersect and collide as part of a dynamic vortex. Teachers must now think, and teach beyond local boundaries, such that definitions of teacher professionalism will be reshaped by forces of…
Descriptors: Standards, Professionalism, Global Approach, Foreign Countries
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Clarke, Linda; O'Doherty, Teresa – European Journal of Teacher Education, 2021
It is timely to pause as we reach the centenary of the creation of the contested border which divides Ireland and the advent of Brexit to examine teacher education across the island, revealing intersecting contrasts and similarities which reflect both common origins and increasing divergences. The relatively high esteem of both scholarship and of…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Teacher Education Programs, Cultural Differences, Educational Policy
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Engeness, Irina – European Journal of Teacher Education, 2021
Digitalisation provides valuable opportunities for learning; however, it imposes demands on teachers. Teachers are expected not only to be profound users of educational technologies but also to engage in the design of digital environments such as online courses, learning management systems, and mobile applications. This article argues that…
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education, Assignments, Design
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Menter, Ian; Flores, Maria Assunção – European Journal of Teacher Education, 2021
The three main themes of this Special Issue of "European Journal of Teacher Education" are brought together and considered in the light of what has been said in the articles included. These themes of teacher education, professionalism and research are all dynamic in the way they have been developing over time and also demonstrate…
Descriptors: Teacher Education, Professionalism, Educational Research, Global Approach
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Stunell, Kari – European Journal of Teacher Education, 2021
The linguistic and cultural diversity which increasingly characterises European schools raises questions for both teachers and teacher educators. Can the diversity present in the learning environment be used constructively in building positive attitudes towards diversity in wider society? This study, based on a corpus of interviews with student…
Descriptors: Student Teachers, Multicultural Education, Elementary School Teachers, Teacher Education Programs
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Thomassen, Wenche; Munthe, Elaine – European Journal of Teacher Education, 2021
This study is a contribution to the global discussion on how to prepare preservice teachers for diversity. Analyses are based on responses from national samples of pre-service teachers in their 4th year of teacher education (N = 654), and of collaborating mentor teachers responsible for the supervision of preservice teachers during field practice…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Multicultural Education, Preservice Teacher Education, Student Teachers
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Wang, Ping – European Journal of Teacher Education, 2021
The overall objective of this study was to investigate the constraints that have occurred regarding the first-year English language teachers' professional identity construction at five Chinese universities. The approach adopted in the study was Narrative Inquiry. Interview data with five teachers were collected and analysed through a framework…
Descriptors: Barriers, Beginning Teachers, Beginning Teacher Induction, Professional Identity
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Berger, Jean-Louis; Girardet, Céline – European Journal of Teacher Education, 2021
This study aimed to examine the links between motivation to become a teacher, sense of responsibility, and classroom management style. An adapted version of the Factors Influencing Teaching (FIT)-Choice scale, a translated version of the Teacher Responsibility scale, and a vignette instrument inspired by the Problems in School Questionnaire were…
Descriptors: Vocational Education Teachers, Teacher Attitudes, Teaching Styles, Classroom Techniques
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Alvi, Effat; Gillies, Robyn M. – European Journal of Teacher Education, 2021
A key question concerning educational researchers is how to promote students' self-regulated learning (SRL) in regular classrooms. We address this question by examining the beliefs and practices of a primary school teacher who supported students' SRL by employing an experiential learning approach. We gathered data throughout an 11 weeks long…
Descriptors: Learning Strategies, Experiential Learning, Elementary School Teachers, Teaching Methods
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Granjo, Manuel; Castro Silva, José; Peixoto, Francisco – European Journal of Teacher Education, 2021
Teachers' sense of identity is influenced by a set of factors, remaining unclear how they relate to each other and how much weight is assigned to them by teachers. Based on the existing literature and empirical data concerning teacher identity and ethical frameworks, this study tested a model aiming to understand how indicators of teacher identity…
Descriptors: Ethics, Self Efficacy, Competence, Professional Autonomy
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Shagrir, Leah – European Journal of Teacher Education, 2021
This article is based on reflexive research, which served as a tool to consolidate significant insights into the author's scholarly growth as a researcher specialising in teacher education. These insights are presented with universal meaning by proposing a three-phase model of scholarly growth for higher education faculty. Critical retrospective…
Descriptors: Teacher Education, Scholarship, Professional Identity, Educational Researchers
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Cohen, Aviv – European Journal of Teacher Education, 2021
Teacher education and civic education are scholarly fields characterised by an abundance of writings that offer numerous frameworks, visions, and practices. Whereas several studies already presented theoretical models of the civic education process, the goal of this paper is to offer a conceptual framework of preservice civics teacher education.…
Descriptors: Civics, Teacher Education, Critical Thinking, Social Change
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