Transforming Teacher Education through Innovative Partnerships
The paper discusses an innovative approach to teacher education in the context of a changed global economy.
||Professional Development, Teacher Education, School University Partnerships
International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 5, Issue 9, pp.21-26.
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Paul O'Neill is the Program Director of the Bachelor of Learning Management at the Noosa Campus of Central Queensland University. This new teacher preparation program is delivered in a partnership arrangement with a large local government education department. The program determines to redefine the role of a teacher to a manager of learning with potentially different skills. Paul has a lecturing role in the e learning courses in the program. His research area is the partnership arrangement with schools and how the collaboration with this program can have mutual benefits for pre service teachers and the professional development of inservice teachers
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