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


Preface by Geust Editors


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

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

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