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Studying the effectiveness of teacher education: early career teachers in diverse settings

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posted on 2024-05-30, 15:58 authored by D Mayer, M Dixon, J Kline, A Kostogriz, Julianne MossJulianne Moss, L Rowan, B Walker-Gibbs, S White
This book provides an evidentiary basis for policy decisions regarding initial teacher education and beginning teaching and informs the design and delivery of teacher preparation programs. Based on a rigorous analysis of international literature and the policy context for teacher education globally, and assessing data generated through a longitudinal study conducted in Australia, it investigates the effectiveness of teacher education in preparing teachers for the variety of school settings in which they begin their teaching careers. Over four years, the Studying the Effectiveness of Teacher Education (SETE) project tracked roughly 5,000 recently graduated teachers and 1,000 school principals in Australia to capture workforce data and gauge graduate teachers' and principals' perceptions of their initial teacher education programs. This book offers a synthesis of the research findings and uses the SETE as a catalyst for innovative theorization of the effectiveness of teacher education.

History

Pagination

1-136

ISBN-13

9789811039294

Language

eng

Publication classification

A1 Books - authored - research

Copyright notice

2017, Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd.

Number of chapters

7

Publisher

Springer

Place of publication

Gateway East, Singapore