Review of the Teacher Education Programme: Teacher education today and tomorrow: Existing in the tension between practice and academia, what is the teacher education profile to be?

Frida Poulsen, Elisabeth Holm, Ingibjørg H. Reinert, Janus Jensen, Ninna Reinert

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Abstract

In line with ESG 1.9, which has been the pivot around which this review turns, the focus has been on coherence, cooperation and progression. Considering ESG 1.9, the goal of the programme is reached if one responds to the needs of the students and society. Furthermore, the review has focused on the structure of the programme, leadership, staff profile, the societal need/relevance of the profession, and research and development. The aim of this review has been to analyse the programme’s coherence challenges from a systemic, experiential and content context. The recommendations outlined below are based on how to continue to work with coherence on these three levels.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherNámsvísindadeildin, Fróðskaparsetur Føroya
Number of pages49
Publication statusPublished - 21 Feb 2024

Keywords

  • Teacher education
  • Teacher training

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