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Week of July 2 in Teacher Ed News 

GLOBAL NYTimes. Mao 101: Inside a Chinese Classroom Training the Communists of Tomorrow   Students must now complete up to five courses to graduate — including a class on Marxism, one on morality, a modern Chinese history course, and “situation and policy education,” TES . Teachers ‘should model risky behaviour for pupils’ UNITED STATES American Institutes …

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Week of June 25 in Teacher Ed News 

GLOBAL BBC News. Teacher numbers at lowest since 2013, official figures show   …qualified teachers leaving the profession outnumbered new recruits… A spokesman for the Department for Education pointed out that an additional 32,000 trainee teachers had been recruited last year. Education Week. British Columbia's Curriculum: A Glimpse of the Future?   In both cases, all teachers …

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Week of June 18 in Teacher Ed News 

GLOBAL XinHuaNet. Across China: Transforming kindergartens in rural China   "The quality of education is not only decided by facilities but also by teachers," said Zhang. "The UNICEF project has helped us improve the quality of early education in rural areas as a whole through professional teacher training."   UNITED STATES AACTE. NEPC Review: NCTQ Report …

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Week of June 11 in Teacher Ed News 

GLOBAL EUReporter. Inclusive education and tailored approaches can help combat poor educational outcomes for #Roma   Camille Gangloff of the Council of Europe presented the INSCHOOL project, the aim of which was to enhance social inclusion of Roma by promoting inclusive education and teacher training in selected schools in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania, Slovakia and …

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Week of June 4 in Teacher Ed News 

GLOBAL Pädagogische Hochschule Zürich. US Secretary of Education visits PH Zurich  Betsy DeVos, Secretary of Education of the United States, visited the PH Zurich on June 6, 2018. The education system and teacher education in Switzerland were at the center of her interest. Al-Monitor. Egypt’s education system set for major overhaul   "...teachers must undergo training and …

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Week of May 28 in Teacher Ed News 

GLOBAL EduInternational. Nigerian children targeted by for-profit education corporation  …Bridge is on average more expensive for parents, uses unqualified staff, has low standards for staff training and is less concerned about inclusiveness and equality than others. By comparison, public schools in Lagos, which are free, have teachers with the highest level of qualification - all …

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Week of May 21 in Teacher Ed News 

GLOBAL Education International. High Court slams Bridge International Academies   The U.S. based  multinational has a chain of for profit, private schools targeting poor families in an increasing number of African and Asian countries. It uses unqualified teaching staff, who deliver pre-determined content from a tablet to fee paying students.   University World News . Teacher …

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Week of May 14 in Teacher Ed News 

GLOBAL EducationHQ Australia. Turnbull Government announces Federal Budget and what it means for education   A renewed commitment to early childhood education, more chaplains, and a plan to deliver new and diverse pathways for would-be teachers into classrooms are some of the initiatives announced in this year’s Federal Budget. NZHerald. Education Minister Chris Hipkins promises to …

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Week of May 7 in Teacher Ed News 

GLOBAL The Guardian. How PhD-educated teachers help state school pupils get into highly selective-universities   In 2014, after several years of placing PhD students in schools to deliver programmes of academic enrichment to small groups of pupils, the charity decided to go further and create a route for post-doctoral researchers who wanted to work in schools …

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Week of April 30 in Teacher Ed News 

GLOBAL EdWeek. Professionalizing Teaching Isn't About More Compensation For the Same Occupation     things that the countries with the best-performing education systems have done to assure a steady supply of first rate teachers… include raising the standards for admission to teacher education programs, much more rigorous programs of education in the subjects to be taught …

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Week of April 23 in Teacher Ed News 

GLOBAL KT Press. Rwanda Launches $6M Technical Teacher Training Institute Phnom Penh Post. Cambodia Teacher Training Project (CTTP) The Star, Kenya. Number of trainees in teacher training colleges rises, bureau statistics show   UNITED STATES Association for Teacher Educators. CFP Annual Meeting Atlanta, GA Feb. 15-19 Chalkbeat. Newark looks to build school-to-work ‘pipeline’ by …

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Week of April 16 in Teacher Ed News 

GLOBAL FE News . Secret RoATP application window revealed  Thirty-six teacher training organisations have joined the register of apprenticeship training providers during a secret application window… Greater Kashmir.  20 NGOs roped in to improve school education, teacher training Scroll.In. A new training policy proposed to help Indian teachers upgrade their skills may not help …

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Week of April 9 in Teacher Ed News 

GLOBAL New York Times. An Expert’s View: Sir Ken Robinson   If I were secretary… I would support the comprehensive development of early-years education. I would institute a “soup to nuts” review of the selection, training and support of teachers. Tes. How a ‘balance bike’ approach to training will give us better teachers The Hindu. Teacher …

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Week of April 2 in Teacher Ed News 

GLOBAL The Irish Times. Ten ways to tackle the teacher supply crisis   In no other profession are trainees asked to deliver a service unpaid for two years, while paying fees of more than €12,000 while they do so. We don’t ask nursing students to do so, so why do we expect teachers to teach unpaid?

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Teaching Residents@Teachers College: AERA presentations 

Friday April 13 2:15-3:45 pm Chen-Lee, C.; Akin, S.; Goodwin, L. “I’d Like to Be a Part of That”: Prospective Teachers’ Articulations of Their Teaching Intentions.  New York Hilton Midtown, Concourse Level, Concourse F Room Friday, April 13 4:05-5:35 pm Boyle, K.; Tauzel, B.; Mcalla, C. S. Teaching as Inquiry: Learning with and …

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Week of March 26 in Teacher Ed News 

GLOBAL CBC. Education minister welcomes inclusion report, warns change could take timeA report on inclusive education in Nova Scotia is calling for…more professional development for classroom teachers who want to become specialists, and more training in general for those in education programs to prepare them for complex classrooms. NYTimes. 1) In Sweden’s Preschools, Boys Learn to …

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Week of March 19 in Teacher Ed News 

GLOBAL Association for Teacher Education in Europe.  2018 Spring Conference – Designing Teacher Education and Professional Development for the 21st Century – deadline for submissions extended to 31 March Teachers College. Seeding Change in Brazil   The Lemann Foundation… has reached more than 40 million people with EdTech solutions it supports, trained 26,000 teachers and …

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Teaching Residents at Teachers College (TR@TC) Research Product Report 

2012-2018 Presentations and Publications 2012-2013 Presentations 2013 American Educational Research Association Kolman, J., Pratt, S., & Jackson, I. (2013). Intellectual poverty in approaches to teacher preparation. Paper Presented at the annual meeting for the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA. Reagan, E., Roegman, R., Goodwin, L., & Zuckerman, K. (2013). Inquiry in the Round? …

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Week of March 12 in Teacher Ed News 

GLOBAL BBC News. Two more Scottish universities to offer teacher training Gov.UK. Damian Hinds sets out plans to help tackle teacher workload   Teacher workload is one of the key issues of our time in education. It deters would-be teachers and makes it harder to retain good teachers. The Irish Times. Hundreds of teacher-training places to …

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