Westbury Ian, Hans√©n Sven-Erik, Kansanen Pertti & Bj√∂rkvist Ole (2005). ¬ę Teacher Education for Research-based Practice in Expanded Roles: Finland's experience ¬Ľ. Scandinavian Journal or Educational Research, vol. 49, n¬į 5, novembre, p. 475–485. En ligne : <http://ejournals.ebsco. ... ID=4FC085572EC8808E432D>.
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Keywords: Finlande, formation des enseignants, utilisation des recherches
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Preparing teachers for a research-based professionalism has been the central mission of teacher education in Finland since the mid-1970s. More recently, as a result of such national policy developments as school-based curriculum development and local decision-making, the conception of teachers' work and professionalism has expanded. Drawing on experience within the teacher education programmes at the University of Helsinki and √Öbo Akademi University, this paper discusses some of the programmatic issues that these developments have raised in class-teacher, i.e. ‚Äúelementary‚Ä∑0i0k0i0n0d0x, teacher education programmes. We focus in particular firstly on the research thesis that is a part of every teacher education programme in Finland, and the hallmark of the research-based professional ideal; and, secondly on the emerging issues that derive from the need to incorporate the expanded understanding of the teacher's role within the curriculum of teacher education.
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