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Development of a cadre of teacher educators: some lessons from Pakistan

By Anil Khamis and Pam Sammons

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This article is based on an educational innovation, the creation of a cadre of teacher educators, in the developing world. Professional Development Teachers were trained in an in-service two-year teacher education programme leading to a Masters of Education Degree. The Professional Development Teachers were expected to play three roles in their home schools upon completion of the Degree Programme: (a) Exemplary Teachers; (b) Teacher Educators; and (c) Change Agents within their home schools to effect improvement

Year: 2004
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.ioe.ac.uk.oai2:1900

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