An Attempt to Bridge the Gap between Theory and Practice in Early Childhood Teacher Education

  • George Harrison

Abstract

In this paper I hope to convey to you some of my disquiet at what sometimes passes for teacher education and to describe an attempt to make courses more relevant and valuable to student teachers. As the title implies, this is essentially a practical presentation.

Keywords

Coherence 

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© Plenum Press, New York 1982

Authors and Affiliations

  • George Harrison
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  1. 1.Natal Training CollegeSouth Africa

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