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Bologna Process: Challenges and Opportunities for the Education of Preschool Teachers

By Kiril Barbareev


Today, in Europe, all preschool teachers working in preschool education and with children from early school age are educated at least to the first level. Institutions that educate teachers follow national guidelines set by the ministries of education or professional bodies, which results with a degree of homogeneity of the programs. But there are countries in which university autonomy has priority and then great disparities can arise among curricula and subject programs and courses as well as modules at universities that educate the same profiles. In the last decade the field of curricula for the education of preschool teachers has witnessed some novelties which are introduced by the Bologna process and which are based on the methodology for the reconstruction of the European higher education area. Key words: Bologna process, initial education, educators, study programs

Topics: Educational sciences
Year: 2012
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