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|Other Titles:||The Curriculum Development Characteristics and Competence Indicator Analysis of the Secondary School Teacher Education Programs|
Department od Education, NTNU
This study was aimed to explore the development characteristics of the secondary school teacher education programs and to analyze the professional competence indicators that these programs achieved. The data were collected through documents, surveys ,and interviews. The sample consisted of program curriculums from 41 colleges as well as the perception and expectation of 290 pre-service teachers, 1,538 freshmen, and 22 experts.The results showed that the development of these teacher education programs was characterized by educational specialty, teaching attitude, practice and internship, etc. Especially, practice and internship were not only the pre-service teachers' real perception but also their expectation. The research also found that: (1) the subject-based curriculum lacked competence indicators to meet the requirements of current practice; (2) the exam-driven teaching influenced the quality of learning; (3) the methods of certificating and selecting failed to measure new teachers' abilities. In addition, the research also indicated that 10 courses in educational foundations and teaching methods could achieve 35 competence indicators in 12 dimensions,including planning, teaching, management, evaluation ,and professional development.
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