Fully Professionalised Teacher Education: An Australian study in persistence

@article{Lovat2006FullyPT,
  title={Fully Professionalised Teacher Education: An Australian study in persistence},
  author={T. Lovat and J. McLeod},
  journal={Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education},
  year={2006},
  volume={34},
  pages={287 - 300}
}
The article proposes that the proper status for teacher education, both historically and in terms of its research‐demonstrated importance, is one of full professionalism alongside other professional training regimes in universities. It proposes furthermore that the many reviews and reports of the past quarter‐century have been attempting to move the field in this direction. It has been the failure of governments, policy makers and other stakeholders to grasp this agenda that has left teacher… Expand
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