In 1839 the English Parliament first disbursed funds for the formal education of teachers. Between 1839 and the McNair Report in 1944 the institutional shape and the intellectual resources upon which teacher training rested changed profoundly. The centre of teacher training moved from theologically-based colleges to university departments of education; the primary source for understanding education shifted from theology to psychology. These c ... [truncated at 450 characters in length]
|Author||Berner, Ashley Rogers;|
|Subject||Great Britain 19th century 20th century Education History Philosophy Moral education Teachers Training of|
This thesis is concerned with the problems and possibilities of student teachers' access to the professional craft knowledge of practitioners within the Oxford Internship Scheme. The study builds on previous research by Brown and Mclntyre (1986, 1988, 1993), and is set within the wider context of recent research on teachers' thinking and on student teachers learning from experienced teachers.
The investigation reported in this thesis is ... [truncated at 450 characters in length]
|Subject||Great Britain High school teachers Training of Mentoring in education Student teachers Supervision of|