Teacher Education for a New Age: Bringing Teachers, Lecturers, Employers and Students Together in Partnerships to Prepare Teachers for a Changed World
The paper discusses an innovative approach to teacher education in the context of a changed global economy.
||Teacher Education, Knowledge and Knowledge Management, Learning Organisations, Education, Training, Teams, Collaborative Cultures
International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 5, Issue 7, pp.131-140.
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David was born and raised in Cairns Australia, graduating as a teacher from James Cook University in the early eighties. He began his principalship in his second year of service with the Department of Education culminating in the Principalship of a large urban primary school in 1999. His career has also included four years as strategic planning manager for a North Queensland property developer and for the past four years; Sub Dean of the Faculty of Education and Creative Arts and Head of Central Queensland University Noosa.
David completed a doctorate thesis in teacher education in 2004, and has research interests in futures based education. His research interests contend that current schooling needs to change so as to reflect the profile of a changed society.
Professor of Education
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