Waikato Journal of Education

The Waikato Journal of Education is a well-regarded peer-reviewed journal. Since the first publication in 1995, the journal has made a major contribution to the scholarship on a wide range of topics in the field of education, particularly issues connected to curriculum, learning and teaching. Papers have included reports on educational research and practice and viewpoints on education policies, theories and practices. Issues often have a special focus.

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Vol 22, No 3 (2017): How to educate a nation's teachers. Debating quality initial teacher education for today and for the future

Table of Contents

Editorial

Introduction to the Special Issue: How to educate a nation’s teachers. Debating quality initial teacher education for today and for the future PDF
Beverley Cooper, Steven Sexton, Alexandra C. Gunn

TEFANZ Special issue

The influence of an intentional sustained practicum in a low-decile primary school on pre-service teachers’ knowledge of teaching priority learners PDF
Lexie Barbara Grudnoff, Mavis Haigh
A complex act – Teacher educators share their perspectives of practicum assessment. PDF
Karyn Michelle Aspden, Claire McLachlan
Positions, storylines and speech acts: How five mentor teachers from EIT's Bachelor of Teaching (Primary) conceptualise their role in the partnership PDF
Viv Aitken, Frances Corkery, Kirsty Jones
Practicum as Nexus: Using student voice to improve digital pedagogy within ITE PDF
Peter Robert Maslin, Nigel Smith
Learning to teach in ILEs on practicum: Anchoring practices for challenging times PDF
Emily Nelson, Leigh Johnson
Influential and intentional teacher education: Embodying a Conceptual Framework PDF
Cathryn Bell, Karyn Robertson, Bev Norsworthy
Challenging dominance in the education sector: Why is it important and how can I do it? PDF
Kathleen F Cooper


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