The Attention for Classroom Management in the Intended and Implemented Teacher Education Workplace Curriculum [Roundtable Session]

T.A.G. Adams, Bob Koster, P.J. den Brok

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Abstract

Teachers' classroom management competence is considered an important competence by many teacher educators and researchers. Little research has been done, however, on how classroom management competence is shaped during the internship part of teacher education. Therefore, this research focused on mapping the extent to which classroom management was part of the intended and implemented curriculum in the internship phase in the curriculum of one teacher education institute. Multiple data sources were used. We found little explicit attention for classroom management in the written curriculum. However, we did find major attention for classroom management in the implemented curriculum. The results suggest that it is important to create more coherence between the written and implemented curriculum with respect to classroom management.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2020
Event2020 American Educational Research Association (AERA) Annual Meeting -
Duration: 17 Apr 202021 Apr 2020
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Conference

Conference2020 American Educational Research Association (AERA) Annual Meeting
Abbreviated titleAERA2020
Period17/04/2021/04/20
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