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Download: Volume 14, Numbers 1-2, April 2008

CONTENTS

Preface by Geust Editors

ARTICLES

Beatrice Avalos
Teacher education in the Latin American region: An unfinished businesss

Lars Dahlström and Brook Lemma
Critical perspectives on teacher education in neo-liberal times: Experiences from Ethiopia and Namibia

Moira Hulme and Ian Menter
Learning to teach in post-devolution UK: A technical or an ethical process?

Proscovia Ssentamu-Namubiru
A comparison of Ugandan, English and German teacher education models

Glenda Kruss
Trajectories of restructuring: The changing context for initial teacher education in South Africa

Andrew Paterson and Fabian Arends
Who are we missing? Teacher graduate production in South Africa, 1995-2006

Suriamurthee Moonsamy Maistry
Towards collaboration rather than cooperation for effective professional development of teachers in South Africa: Insights from social practice theory

Chris Reddy, Hannie Menkveld and Eli Bitzer
The practicum in pre-service teacher education: A survey of institutional practices

Fanie Pretorius 1
Keeping abreast of changing times and demands in education: Implications for teacher education in South Africa

BOOK REVIEWS
Peter Kallaway
The Trouble with Ed Schools
Carol Anne Spreen and Salim Vally
Teaching in the New South Africa at Merrydale High School

SACHES MEMBERSHIP
SACHES membership form and information 28
SACHES 2008
Annual Conference 2008 142
NOTES TO CONTRIBUTORS IBC

 

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