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Good Practices Regarding Preschool And Primary School Teachers` Initial Training

  • Gabriela V. KELEMEN

    (Facultatea de Stiinte ale Educatiei, Psihologie si Asistenta Sociala, Universitatea Aurel Vlaicu Arad)

  • Fausto PRESUTTI

    (Istituto Scienze Psicologiche Educazione e Formazione, Roma)

  • Mariana NOREL

    (Facultatea de Psihologie si Stiinte ale Educatiei, Universitatea Transilvania Brasov)

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    The training of future preschool and primary school teachers at a high quality level is a main goal of our institution and all our efforts are channelled towards fulfilling it. Being a teacher is a science, a science based on competences acquired while attending well-structured lectures that mingle theoretical knowledge with practical assignments. Students acquire knowledge, abilities and develop field related competences during initial training but three years of study are not enough. The Law of Education regulates the following amendment: in order for a teacher to be well trained to meet the requirements of the third millennium it is necessary for him/her to continue the training in level II i.e. master degree, which provides additional competences. In this article we discuss a master programme developed within an European project that offers educational training according to the requirements of a high quality training both practical and theoretical. The components of the Master programme entitled Psychopedagogy of early education and young schooling containa curriculum adjusted to the requirements of a competitive higher education, the courses and seminars are the result of a thorough analysis of different educational models that have been implemented in other European countries. Currently, we are at the end of the first year and we want to share the good practices obtained so far.

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    Article provided by Editorial Department, Fundația Română pentru Inteligența Afacerii in its journal Management Intercultural.

    Volume (Year): (2013)
    Issue (Month): 29 (October)
    Pages: 208-220

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