Quality in teacher education: Managing discursive change

@inproceedings{Hill2011QualityIT,
  title={Quality in teacher education: Managing discursive change},
  author={Anne Marie Hill},
  year={2011}
}
The paper explores the terms secularism, democracy, globalisation and quality with particular reference to shaping learners’ identities and ascribing quality to teacher education in two developing democracies: India and South Africa. Key terms are interrogated in order to clarify how quality is subjected to current discursive pressures. The terms are seen as axiomatic to contemporary ideals of whole human development and citizenship. The nature of the contemporary self is explored in terms of… CONTINUE READING

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