How theory has saved me!

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Vincent, K. 2021. How theory has saved me! in: Being a Teacher Educator During the Covid 19 Pandemic Utrecht Avans University. pp. 35-38
AuthorsVincent, K.
Abstract

This is the fifth booklet in the “Life and Work of teacher educators” series. With this edition we continue a tradition that Peter Lorist and Anja Swennen started in 2015. This booklet, Being a Teacher Educator during the Covid-19 Pandemic, like the previous one, Teacher Educators’ Pathways to Becoming Research Active, has its roots in the Professional Development of Teacher Educators (PDTE) Research and Development Community (RDC) of the Association for Teacher Education in Europe (ATEE) (https://atee.education/rd-communities/professional-development/). This booklet is prompted by current events:
training teachers during Covid-19.

KeywordsTeaching; Teachers; Teacher education; COVID-19
Page range35-38
Year2021
Book titleBeing a Teacher Educator During the Covid 19 Pandemic
PublisherAvans University
Output statusPublished
Place of publicationUtrecht
Edition5
ISBN9789074611725
Publication dates
Print2021
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Deposited06 Apr 2022
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