Philosophy of teacher education

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The teacher education programme is tailored to meet the demand of producing man power who are capable of supporting the National Philosophy of Education to produce the type of human capital that is competent and loyal to the nation.

Based on the philosophy of teacher education that outline the type of teachers that we need, the teacher education had been designed and implemented. The Malaysian Teacher Education system had underwent a series of changes due to the globalized innovative changes and competetion.

The following is the brief notes on the philosophy of teacher education:

Reference

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Hazri Jamil, Nordin Abd. Razak, Reena Raju and Abdul Rashid Mohamed. (). Teacher Professional Development in Malaysia: Issues and Challenges. Retrieved July 28, 2015 from http://aadcice.hiroshima-u.ac.jp/e/publications/sosho4_2-08.pdf

Izz Haffiz. (2011). Implication of educational philosophy to teachers. Retreived  August 19, 2015 from http://www.scribd.com/doc/51379476/Implication-of-Educational-Philosophy-To-Teacher#scribd.

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