Presentation on theme: "Seite 1Erstellt von: Arthur Mettinger15.03.2013 Teacher Education in Europe – and some recent developments in Austria Arthur Mettinger UNICA Bologna Lab."— Presentation transcript:
Seite 1Erstellt von: Arthur Mettinger15.03.2013 Teacher Education in Europe – and some recent developments in Austria Arthur Mettinger UNICA Bologna Lab Berlin, 05 December 2013
Seite 2 Sources >Council conclusions of 26 November 2009 on the professional development of teachers and school leaders - Official Journal of the European Union http://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri=OJ:C:2009:302:0006:0009:EN:PDF >Supporting Teacher Education http://ec.europa.eu/education/school-education/doc/support-teacher-educators_en.pdf >Supporting Teacher competence development http://ec.europa.eu/education/school-education/doc/teachercomp_en.pdf >Commission Staff Working Document: Supporting the Teaching Professions for Better Learning Outcomes - SWD(2012) 374 final http://ec.europa.eu/education/news/rethinking/sw374_en.pdf >The Profession of Teacher Educator in Europe http://ec.europa.eu/education/school-education/doc/prof_en.pdf >Teacher Learning and Perceptions Across the Professional Continuum (Journal of Teacher Education,2013, 64: 6 http://jte.sagepub.com/content/64/1/6 >Education an d Training 2010: Three studies to support School Policy Development – Lot 2: Teacher Education Curricula in the EU http://ktl.jyu.fi/img/portal/17545/TEC_FINAL_REPORT_12th_Apr2010_WEB.pdf?cs=127192 2032
Seite 3 Main trends >Importance of teachers for Europes educational future but mostly for competitiveness (Lisbon goals) >Importance of teacher education/educators >Responsibility of the nation states, method of open coordination >Shift towards competence-based formats of teacher education >Strong interdependence of teacher education, systemic/organi- sational framework(s), teachers as a professional community >Growing importance of school leadership Erstellt von: Vorname Nachnamett.mm.jjjj
Seite 4 >Increasingly fast developments require constant adaptations >See initial teacher training, induction into practical work and continuous professional development as a coherent whole >Importance of LLL for teachers themselves >Growing need for international/European experience of future teachers Erstellt von: Vorname Nachnamett.mm.jjjj
Seite 5 The Reform Process in AT: Major Goals >Modernisation of teacher education >Development of overarching framework for all pedagogical professions, in the Bologna framework >Development of exit and entry scenarios >Introduction of common pedagogocal core >Development of age group related teacher education >Institutional collaboration instead of institutional overlap Erstellt von: Vorname Nachnamett.mm.jjjj
Seite 6 The Reform Process: Major Steps >2007: Government program; 2 ministers are responsible >2009: Expert Group: sketches overall framework >2010: Stakeholder conferences discuss results >2011: Preparation Group: checks & sketches feasibility >2012: Development Council: 4 people (2 nominated by each minister) oversee realisation >Nov.2012: Council of Ministers adopts DCs suggestions >June 2013: legal framework discussed in Parliamentary enquete >July 2013: legal changes approved by Parliament >September 2013: independent Quality Council (3+3) established Erstellt von: Vorname Nachnamett.mm.jjjj
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