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Mentored Learning to Teach According to Standards-Based Reform: A Critical Review
This article analyzes literature on mentored learning to teach in ways consistent with the standards reform movement. It suggests that although reformers encourage mentoring for standards-based
Video Technology as a Support for Teacher Education Reform
This review explores the relationship between video-technology and teacher education reform. Important changes in teacher education are reviewed and the ways in which video-technology can provide
Initial motivations for teaching: comparison between preservice teachers in the United States and China
This study examined similar and differing initial motivations to teach between 257 US and 542 Chinese preservice teachers using the recently validated FIT-Choice scale. In both countries,
Understanding Teacher Education Reform
Teacher education reform in the United States (US) is a crucial part of a broader educational reform intended to improve teaching practice and, thus, student performance (Darling-Hammond, 2005).
Understanding Teacher Education in an Era of Globalization
The growth of a global economy, which has spurred fierce competition among many nations hoping to make economic advances, is changing social, political, and economic landscapes as well as the
Mentor-Novice Conversations About Teaching: A Comparison of Two U.S. and Two Chinese Cases.
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