Quality Assurance in Teacher Education
AbstractQuality in general education has been defined through aims, key qualifications, organisational standards, didactic requirements, but also learning outcomes which depend on students’ proficiency in the language of schooling and their cognitive academic skills. New challenges bring about changes in responsibilities of schools and teachers and have a strong impact on approaches to quality assurance in teacher education, a complex process not devoid of controversies, the most important of which will be identified in the present text. Implications for the curricular content of pre- and in-service language teacher education will also be sought
|Journal series||Glottodidactica, ISSN 0072-4769, (B 12 pkt)|
|Publication size in sheets||0.75|
|Keywords in English||the European educational policy; language teaching; quality assurance; language teachers; teacher education|
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