Teacher education reform in many countries constitutes a crucial part of a broader educational reform intended to improve teaching practice and student performance. Teacher education reform has thus become an international trend, which, different national contexts and traditions notwithstanding, shares a set of similar expectations, foci, and even policy interventions. In this book, the interactions between individual teachers’ beliefs about teachingand learning science in elementary school and the tools of reform that are imposed upon them.
Print ISBN: 978-1-68250-482-6 | $150 | 2018 | Hardcover
Editor: C. R. Lincoln