Institut für Erziehungswissenschaft
Learning in a Global Society: Transnational Perspectives
Kurzbeschreibung
This Erasmus Intensive Programme (IP) aims to address new challenges occurring in the field of European teacher education, offering a programme which completes with a strong European and international perspective the academic professional training of advanced graduate students in each partner university from Teacher Education, Educational Policies, Comparative Education. The IP aims to focus on the situation of teacher education in each partner country and to contextualise these situations in global and European contexts, trying to outline good-practices, similarities and diversities both between European countries and between European and non European trends and experiences. The main objectives of the IP can be summarized in the following points:

(a) to increase the aweraness of the way in which comparative education methodologies contribute to the analysis of policies and good practices in the field of Teacher Education

(b) to increase the understanding of the complexity of factors which influence teacher education in different countries and times

c) to increase the understanding of current global trends in teacher education

(d) to increase the understanding of the current European dimension in the field of teacher education. The first IP of this three-year cycle will take place at the University of Udine (2012)
Projektbeginn
01.01.2012
Projektende
31.12.2014
Projektleitung (1)
Dr. Davide Zoletto
Fakultät (Projektleitung 1)
University of Udine, Italy
Institut (Projektleitung 1)
Department of Education
Projektleitung (2)
Prof. Dr. Hans-Georg Kotthoff
Fakultät (Projektleitung 2)
Fakultät_1
Institut (Projektleitung 2)
Institut für Erziehungswissenschaft
Projektleitung (3)
Prof. Dr. Maria Jose Garcia Ruiz
Fakultät (Projektleitung 3)
Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia - Madrid,
Institut (Projektleitung 3)
Department of Education
Förderung durch
EU
Drittmittelgefördert
ja
Öffentliche oder private Drittmittelförderung
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