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Title Reform of teacher education in the Asia-Pacific in the new millennium : trends and challenges / edited by Yin Cheong Cheng, King Wai Chow and Magdalena Mo Ching Mok
Published Dordrecht, The Netherlands : Kluwer Academic Pub., [2004]
Dordrecht, The Netherlands : Kluwer Academic Pub, 2004
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Description xi, 238 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Series Education in the Asia-Pacific region : issues, concerns and prospects ; v. 3
Education in the Asia-Pacific region ; v. 3
Contents Machine derived contents note: PART I Introduction -- I Reform of Teacher Education Amid Paradigm Shift in School Education 3 -- Yin Cheong CHENG, King Wai CHOWand Magdalena Mo Ching MOK, -- The Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong -- PART II Trends of Teacher Education Reform -- 2 The Contending Models of and Debate in Teacher Education in the 23 -- United States -- David G IMIG, The American Association of Colleges of Teacher -- Education, United States -- 3 Canadian Teacher Education in Transformation 35 -- E Michael CONNELLYandD. Jean CLANDININ, University of Toronto, -- Canada -- 4 Current Trends in Canadian Teacher Education: The Ontario Experience 45 -- Clare KOSNIK and Clive BECK, University of Toronto, Canada -- 5 Patterns of Development of Chinese Teacher Education in a Reform 63 -- Context -- Ying Jie WANG, Beijing Normal University, China -- 6 Malaysian Teacher Education into the New Century 81 -- Molly N. N. LEE, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysia -- 7 Reform of Teacher Education in India: Trends and Challenges 93 -- Kiran WALIA, National Council of Educational Research and Training, -- India -- PART III Challenges in Teacher Education in the 21'ý Century -- 8 The Quest for Professional Teaching Standards: The NBPTS Model 109 -- Richard BEA CH, University of Minnesota, United States -- 9 Challenges and Prospects of Teacher Education Colleges and 127 -- Institutions in Japan -- Masahiro ARIMOTO, National Institute for Educational Policy -- Research, Japan -- 10 Korean National Universities of Education: Reform and Further 145 -- Reform -- Hye Sook KIM, Yonsei University, Korea -- 11 Incorporating ICT in Practicum: An Australian Experience 163 -- Geoff ROGERS, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane -- 12 An American Cluster Placement Model for Enriching Field 181 -- Experience -- Connie TITONE, Villanova University, United States -- Robert CUNNINGHAM, The College of New Jersey, United States -- 13 Professional Development of School Principals for Revitalizing 197 -- Schooling in Malaysia -- Ibrahim Ahmad BAJUNID, Universiti Tun Abdul Razak, Malaysia -- 14 Institutions of Teacher Education in Asia: Changes and Challenges 219 -- Yin Cheong CHENG and King Wai CHOW, The Hong Kong Institute -- of Education, Hong Kong -- 2008422358
Summary IN facing the challenges of rapid globalization, IT intensification, international competition and local demands for developments, educators, scholars and leaders in the Asia-Pacific region and other parts of the world are concerned with reforms of teacher education. This volume aims to provide a global sharing of the major trends and characteristics of the ongoing teacher education reforms in the region and the major challenges and issues raised in policy formulation and reform implementation. The educational systems of Australia, Canada, China, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, and the United States are represented
Analysis Asia Pacific region
Australia
Canada
China
Hong Kong
India
Japan
Korea
Malaysia
United States
Notes "The Hong Kong Institute of Education"--T.p
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes In English
Subject Teachers -- Training of -- Australasia.
Teachers -- Training of -- Pacific Area.
Teachers -- Training of -- Asia.
Author Cheng, Yin Cheong.
Chow, King Wai.
Mok, Magdalena Mo Ching.
Hong Kong Institute of Education.
LC no. 2008422358
ISBN 140202701X
1402027222 e-book