Designing a Curriculum for Teacher Educators

Mieke Lunenberg, Introduction Elt

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    Abstract

    SUMMARY This article describes the experiences of a small group with designing a curriculum for beginning teacher educators in teacher education institutes as well as in schools. Based on the Dutch professional standard for teacher educators, literature study, case studies and discussions with colleagues and experts, six groups of competences were formulated and an educational approach consisting of three learning tracks was developed.\nSUMMARY This article describes the experiences of a small group with designing a curriculum for beginning teacher educators in teacher education institutes as well as in schools. Based on the Dutch professional standard for teacher educators, literature study, case studies and discussions with colleagues and experts, six groups of competences were formulated and an educational approach consisting of three learning tracks was developed.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationInternational Journal on New Trends in Education and Their Implications (IJONTE)
    Pages214
    Number of pages1
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 2013

    Publication series

    NameInternational Journal on New Trends in Education and Their Implications (IJONTE)
    Volume3

    Keywords

    • Teacher educators
    • assessment
    • autonomy
    • common european framework
    • course design
    • curriculum
    • curriculum adaptation
    • curriculum development
    • curriculum fidelity
    • curriculum perception
    • educational system
    • english language teaching
    • ernational journal
    • information society
    • methodology
    • methods
    • paradigm
    • phenomenology
    • syllabus design
    • teacher
    • teacher training
    • {COLLEGE} teachers

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