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Buck Bernhard (2005). « VET reform challenges for the teaching profession : A lifelong learning perspective ». European journal of vocational training, n° 36, p. 21–31. En ligne : <www.cedefop.europa.eu/e ... shop/423/36_en_buck.pdf>. 
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Resource type: Journal Article
BibTeX citation key: Buck2005
Categories: General
Keywords: enseignement professionnel, formation continue, formation professionnelle continue
Creators: Buck
Collection: European journal of vocational training
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URLs     www.cedefop.europa ... 423/36_en_buck.pdf
Abstract     
"The article addresses key challenges for the teaching profession, and corresponding institutions, to secure a prominent role in a VET reform, which is devoted to a lifelong learning perspective. These challenges may apply to EU countries but draw on the author’s work in transition countries. The article clarifies the difficulties for vocational education and training to incorporate lifelong learning as a guiding theme. It then refers to fragmented teacher education approaches to new teacher tasks, which are no longer limited to classroom work, but comprise school development activities and cooperation with regional stakeholders. It discusses the new role of the vocational institution within the frame of lifelong learning. The article ends with the discussion of the complex interaction between policy and practice of vocational education and training reform. "
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