Narratives of Learning Through International Professional Experience

Angela Fitzgerald (Editor), Graham Parr (Editor), Judith Williams (Editor)

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Abstract

This book presents a collection of research-based narratives exploring the learning of pre-service teachers and teacher educators in a range of international professional experience (IPE) settings. The narratives, based on over 20 years of IPE managed by an Australian faculty of education, capture the lessons learnt from the IPE program from a variety of perspectives, including academic staff, pre-service teachers and in-country partners. Four key themes emerge from the narratives: identity, learning through discomfort, collaboration and relationships. At a time when critics of teacher education are arguing for more predictable, standardised programs and practices, this book advocates for richly diverse, innovative programs that better prepare the next generation of educators for teaching in a multicultural, uncertain future.

Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationSingapore
PublisherSpringer
Number of pages184
ISBN (Electronic)9789811048678
ISBN (Print)9789811048661
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2017

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