Vol 8, No 2 (2012)

This special issue of Reflecting Education brings together a selection of papers presented at the fifth annual Teacher Education Policy in Europe (TEPE) conference hosted by the University of Vienna in 2011.

Table of Contents

Editorial

Research-Based Teacher Education Reform: Making Teacher Education Work PDF
Judith Harford, Marina Sacilotto-Vasylenko, Vlasta Vizek Vidović 1-5

Articles

Does Teacher Education Matter? Newly Graduated Teachers’ Evaluations of Teacher Education in Sweden PDF
Björn Åstrand 6-22
Relationships of Teachers’ Professional Competences, Active Learning and Research Studies in Teacher Education in Finland PDF
Hannele Niemi 23-44
Evidence of bridging the gap between formal education and informal learning through teacher education PDF
Hannu Salmi 45-61
In Pursuit of Good Teacher Education: How Can Research Inform Policy? PDF
Jens Rasmussen, Claus Holm 62-71
In search of teacher excellence: honours programmes and the recognition of teacher excellence in the Netherlands PDF
Marco Snoek, Sanne Spil, Ellen van den Berg, Edmee Suasso de Lima de Prado 72-87
From Best Practice to Next Practice: A Shift through Research-Based Teacher Education PDF
Christian Kraler, Michael Schratz 88-125
Developing the policy of teaching practice in teacher education at the national level PDF
Teibi Torm, Erika Löfström, Eve Eisenschmidt, Karmen Paul 126-139
The role of research in curricula reform in initial education for primary school teachers in Croatia PDF
Vlasta Vizek Vidović, Vlatka Domović, Maja Drvodelić 140-148


Editor-in-Chief: Prof Norbert Pachler
UCL Institute of Education, University College London
ISSN 1746-9082