Jean Murray, Anja Swennen, Clare Kosnik

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The effects of the many recent policy changes on teacher education have been considerable, as the various chapters of this book and many other analyses of the field indicate (see, e.g. Furlong, Cochran-Smith and Brennan 2011; Darling-Hammond and Lieberman 2012; Kosnik, Beck and Goodwin 2016). These effects have been compounded because such policies often involve ‘reform’ efforts centred around instrumental and managerialist practices (Trippestad, Swennen and Werler 2017). This means that, as Davey (2013: 1) identifies , these ‘reforms’ have:
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationInternational Research, Policy and Practice in Teacher Education
Subtitle of host publicationInsider Perspectives
EditorsJean Murray, Clare Kosnik, Anja Swennen
PublisherSpringer International Publishing Switzerland
Number of pages7
ISBN (Electronic)9783030016128
ISBN (Print)9783030016104
Publication statusPublished - 2019

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NameInternational Research, Policy and Practice in Teacher Education


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