Meeting the Needs of Pre-service Teachers Through Teacher Training
Teacher educators continue to wrestle over the most effective strategies to train pre-service teachers who enter teacher education programmes with their own personal beliefs, images of themselves as teachers and memories of themselves as pupils. This chapter captures how contemporary pre-service teacher education is framed by a multiplicity of pressures and challenges before discussing recent shifts towards a more practice-based clinical approach in teacher education.
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