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Teacher reforms around the world : implementations and outcomes

Publication Type:

Book

Authors:

Akiba,Motoko

Source:

International perspectives on education and society ; v. 19, Emerald, Volume 1st, Bingley, UK (2013)

Call Number:

Cubb LC189.8 .I57 V.19

URL:

http://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/10180466

Keywords:

Education and state, Educational change, Educational innovations, Teachers, Teachers--Training of, Teaching

Abstract:

Contents: Pt. I. Teacher education and certification -- Bologna process and initial teacher education reform in France / Marina Sacilotto-Vasylenko -- Teacher certification examinations in Georgia: outcomes and policy implications / Magda Nutsa Kobakhidze -- Pt. II. Teacher recruitment and hiring -- Teacher labor force and teacher education in India: an analysis of a recent policy change and its potential implications / Amita Chudgar -- Teacher training and deployment in Malawi / Joseph DeStefano -- Achieving EFA by 2015: lessons from BRAC's para-professional teacher model in Afghanistan / Arif Anwar and Mir Nazmul Islam -- Pt. III. Professional development and teacher evaluation -- Teacher license renewal policy in Japan / Motoko Akiba -- Teacher evaluation policy development in South Korea / Nam-Hwa Kang -- Teacher evaluation policies in the United States: implementation and impact on constructivist instruction / Guodong Liang -- Pt. IV. Teacher career advancement -- The impact of Mexico's Carrera Magisterial teacher incentive program on educational quality and equity / Thomas F. Luschei -- Reforming career paths for Australian teachers / Lawrence Ingvarson -- Conclusion: learning from teacher reforms in global context / Motoko Akiba.

Publication Language:

eng