. Global Perspectives on Teacher Learning: Improving Policy and Practice.
Fundamentals of Educational Planning series, number 84 (2007). ISBN: 978-92-803-1300-0. Pages: 150.
This publication argues that to formulate policy and design effective programmes for teacher preparation and professional development, the whole spectrum of teacher learning must be considered. Based upon a wide collection of current research on teacher education in industrialised countries, the arguments synthesize various critiques of professional development strategies.
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written primarily for those engaged in educational planning and administration, in developing as well as developed countries. It is also relevant to senior government officials and policy-makers.