A tartalomból:

What has happened in the last decade in Hungary and in Europe in the field of teacher education? What are the major trends of reforms? How do Hungarian teacher educators see these changes? What are the main characteristics of their attitudes? And last but not least, how do the differing views of Hungarian teacher educators affect their work relationships? This study aims at answering these questions in three steps. First it presents the results of a comparative analysis of European teacher education reforms realised in 2010. This section also compares the Hungarian teacher education reform of 2009 with the European major reform trends. Then in the second section it provides a detailed picture on teacher educators’ attitudes in Hungary. Their differing views are presented on the concept of good teaching and on various aspects of initial teacher education. As a final step, this study gives insights to Hungarian teacher educators’ social networks. It describes the characteristics of the interpersonal work relations of teacher educators, determining the frames of operation in initial teacher education. This study may be instructive for experts dealing with teacher education in any country. It raises awareness on the importance of attitudes of teacher educators, it demonstrates how different the objective and subjective evaluation of reforms can be, and how close cooperation can be maintained among teacher educators with different views.



Az ingyenes feliratkozás menüpontban pár kattintással beállíthatod, hogy az egyes kiadványokhoz, sorozatokhoz tartozó új megjelenésekkor e-mailen automatikusan értesítést kapj.

State of Play in Teacher Education in Hungary after the Bologna Reforms

Hasonló kiadványok