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Ira Bogotch, Floyd Beachum, Jackie Blount, Jeffrey Brooks and Fenwick English

Shelley Hasinoff and David Mandzuk

subject or area. For example, uncertainty is warranted when a person is called upon to speak in a language they know only slightly or to perform a skill such as computer programming without ever having been taught. – Unwarranted uncertainties , listed in the lower right quadrant, occur when we have

Shelley Hasinoff and David Mandzuk

a vast literature on the subject, there is increasing attention on the role and importance of trust in healthy educational institutions ( Bligh, 2016 ; Bryk & Schneider, 2003 ; Finnigan & Daly, 2017 ; Sutherland, 2017 ; Tschannen-Moran, 2014 ; Tschannen-Moran & Hoy, 1998 ). Trust is so closely

Äli Leijen and Margus Pedaste

Soviet times. Although there are historical differences between class teachers’ and subject teachers’ preparation (class teachers’ education has been more practice-oriented, whereas subject teachers’ education has been more subject-related content oriented), all teacher education programmes were largely

The Role of Teachers in the Finnish Educational System

High Professional Autonomy and Responsibility

Hannele Niemi, Jari Lavonen, Arto Kallioniemi and Auli Toom

the general aims and subject-specific objectives. The aims and objectives describe the core competences to be learned in each subject, as well as cross-curricular themes. The curriculum lists basic concepts in each subject, but the list is just a suggestion, not obligatory. Therefore, the aims and

Theo Wubbels and Jan van Tartwijk

of the reasons for the shortage is that, as in many countries, the number of people aspiring to become teachers is too low. As a consequence, serious shortages of secondary teachers are already manifesting in subjects such as physics, mathematics, chemistry, informatics, and German language and are

Teaching in the USA

Decentralization, Inequality, and Professional Autonomy

Gerald K. Letendre

promote a professionalized vision of teaching, and vibrant subject-specific research that continues to innovate and improve instructional materials and identify effective instructional practice. Current Status of Teaching Basic demographic characteristics of the teaching population are readily available

Mingyuan Gu

of the above requirements, the OECD put forward the following types of ability that twenty-first-century teachers should possess: (1) “Teachers need to be well-versed in the subjects they teach in order to be adept at using different methods and, if necessary, changing their approaches to optimize

Teacher Professional Development in Malta

Liberalizing the Way We Learn

Christopher Bezzina

structures at the central level with the intent of supporting schools and their needs. The Department for Curriculum Management was set up. Through this department, education officials visit schools and mainly teachers to help them address issues pertinent to subject matter, teaching and learning strategies