AbstractThis study aims to investigate how inclusive practices are implemented in art education in different types of schools and settings. The research was done during the Erasmus+ project IPA-E (Inclusive pedagogy in arts – Europe) which aim was to strengthen… Read More ›
Articles – JETEN
The first article in the new JETEN!
Making Short Films in a Foreign Language: A Performative Pedagogy that Pushes Textbooks off the Scene by: Maher Bahloul Abstract The paper demonstrates ways in which short film production is integrated in teaching and learning new languages. As such, it… Read More ›
Eten 2019 editorial
Editorial This is the 14th volume of the Journal of the European Teacher Education Network (JETEN) and the 7th volume online. In recent years, JETEN has become registered on the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) and this year became… Read More ›
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The eight volume of JETEN is based on papers initially presented and discussed at the22nd Annual ETEN Conference organized in Coimbra, Portugal in April 2012. Thetheme of this conference was ‘Education: Key Competences for the Future’.The articles communicated in this… Read More ›
Motivations for Choosing a Teaching Career and Deciding Whether or Not to Teach in Urban Settings
Yong Yu, George Bieger Abstract This study addressed the ongoing problem of the shortage of highly qualified teachers in many urban schools. Particularly, the study explored what motivates pre-service teachers’ choice of a teaching career, and to what extent those… Read More ›
Field Experiences and Teacher Education Programs: What Is and What If?
Reuben L. Yarmus, Nurun N. Begum Abstract The emphasis in U.S. teacher preparation programs is shifting from the college campus to the P- 12 school. But will augmenting the field-based component in teacher education programs result in desired program improvements?… Read More ›
Cross-curricular Mathematics – a case study
Maria João Naia, Isabel Cabrita Abstract Educational and academic success of the various subjects is not yet a won battle. For that reason, organizations continue to (re)invent methods which may contribute to that success. More recently, it is strongly supported… Read More ›