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Internationalisation and Professionalisation in Teacher Education

Challenges and Perspectives

 
 
 
 
 

The need for internationally and interculturally competent teachers is rising due to the increasing globalisation of society resulting in increased linguistic and cultural diversity in today’s classrooms.

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Beschreibung

The need for internationally and interculturally competent teachers is rising due to the increasing globalisation of society resulting in increased linguistic and cultural diversity in today’s classrooms. As a European mobility and education programme, Erasmus has become a cornerstone of the internationalisation of European higher education institutions over the last three decades.

The 16th volume of the study series of the University of Teacher Education Styria aims to disseminate results and products of international cooperation to ensure their sustainability. Authors focus on project results, international experiences and best practices as well as benefits and challenges of international networking, cooperation projects and research activities.

Zusätzliche Informationen

Ausführung

17 x 24 cm, Softcover

Erscheinungsdatum

June 2023

Anzahl Seiten

144

ISBN

978-3-7011-0506-9

Heiko Haas-Vogl, Oliver Holz, Susanne Linhofer (Eds.): Internationalisation and Professionalisation in Teacher Education: Challenges and Perspectives. Graz – Wien, 2023.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.56560/isbn.978-3-7011-0511-3

Editorial
Susanne Linhofer, Heiko Haas-Vogl & Oliver Holz
https://doi.org/10.56560/isbn.978-3-7011-0511-3_1
7–12
School-University Partnerships within the Scope of an Erasmus+ Project: Benefits and Challenges
Edvina Bešić & Douglas C. McKnight
https://doi.org/10.56560/isbn.978-3-7011-0511-3_2
13–23
International Social Interaction and Intercultural Perception of Pre-school Children in the Context of Four European Countries
Mihaela Brumen & Erika Hvala
https://doi.org/10.56560/isbn.978-3-7011-0511-3_3
24–38
Activities of International Team – an Integral Part of the Modern University of the 21st Century in the Czech Republic
Štefan Chudý, Jitka Plischke, Iva Koribská & Danping Peng
https://doi.org/10.56560/isbn.978-3-7011-0511-3_4
39–52
INARTdis – Artistic education for all. Fostering social inclusion for all through artistic education, Erasmus+/EACEA-project
Monika Gigerl, Elisabeth Herunter & Andrea Holzinger
https://doi.org/10.56560/isbn.978-3-7011-0511-3_5
53–66
Teachers’ and pupils’ perspectives on homosexuality and LGBT: A comparative analysis across European countries
Trinidad Hernández Recabarren & Oliver Holz
https://doi.org/10.56560/isbn.978-3-7011-0511-3_6
67–92
Education for children with Albinism in Tanzania. A cooperation project of the University College of Teacher Education Styria and the University of Moshi
Andrea Holzinger, Ursula Komposch, Gonda Pickl & Martin Hochegger
https://doi.org/10.56560/isbn.978-3-7011-0511-3_7
93–104
Becoming a Feminist. Ways of upbringing and socialisation in the family and education. Polish perspective
Justyna Ratkowska-Pasikowska
https://doi.org/10.56560/isbn.978-3-7011-0511-3_8
105–114
Exploring geographical imaginaries of international student teachers
Vera Spangler & Thilde Juul-Wiese
https://doi.org/10.56560/isbn.978-3-7011-0511-3_9
115–128
Living and Learning in Summer Camps – On the Importance of Children Summer Camps in Today’s “Bildungs Landscape”
Herbert Zoglowek
https://doi.org/10.56560/isbn.978-3-7011-0511-3_10
129–140
Authors
https://doi.org/10.56560/isbn.978-3-7011-0511-3_11
141–144

 

© PHSt
© PHSt
is head of the Institute for Diversity Studies and International Relations at the University College of Teacher Education Styria (PHSt).
© PHSt
© PHSt
is deputy head of the Institute for Diversity Studies and International Relations and coordinates International Relations as well as the Erasmus Outgoings programme at the University College of Teacher Education Styria (PHSt).
© Oliver Holz
© Oliver Holz
is professor at the Faculty of Economics and Business at KU Leuven. He is member of the research group ‘Leuven Economics of Education Research (LEER)’.

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