Developing a Professional Teaching Service

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978-0-85092-617-0

Developing a Professional Teaching Service

Contributors: Ian G Halliday
Publication date: 1 January 1999
Size: 210mm x 148mm
ISBN: 978-0-85092-617-0
Pages: 36

This book initiates a debate on how governments, especially in developing nations, can best enlist the expertise of people with an involvement (or interest) in educating the youth of the nation. It is directed at Ministers and Permanent Secretaries, policy makers and people in industry, commerce, tertiary education and teachers.

Published with the Association for the Development of Education in Africa.

ContentsExpand or collapse me
Foreword  

Introduction  

Section A: The Rationale for National Teaching Councils

1. The Case for a National Teaching Council
2. Establishing a National Teaching Council
3. Why Teachers Must be Represented on the Council
4. Structure and Staffing of the Council

Section B: The Council and the Professional Teacher

5. The General Background to Registration
6. Entry to the Register as a Professional Teacher
7. Accreditation of the Training of Professional Teachers
8. Probation and Confirmation
9. Bringing the Profession into Disrepute
10. Other Committees of the Council

Section C: The Council and the Enrolled Teacher

11. The Control of 'Enrolled Teachers'

Section D: Concerns – Real and Imaginary

12. Overcoming Real and Imaginary Problems