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Teacher education in Portugal: analysing changes using ATEE-RDC19 scenario methodology

Sousa, Jesus Maria Angélica Fernandes
Fonte: Association for Teacher Education in Europe Publicador: Association for Teacher Education in Europe
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em //2003 ENG
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This paper presents an overview of the development of teacher education in Portugal since the Revolution of 25 April 1974, which brought the country to democracy. Making use of the scenario model created by the ATEE-RDC19, it is an attempt to make clearer the hidden philosophies underlying the changes that are undertaken and show how teacher education has evolved from a romantic and idealistic social vision towards an ideology dictated by economic and selfish interests.

Formação docente e racionalidade instrumental: reflexões sobre a psicologia a partir do depoimento de professores ; Teacher education and instrumental rationality: reflections about the psychology from the statement of teachers

Lara, Aline Frollini Lunardelli
Fonte: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP Publicador: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 29/06/2006 PT
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O tema formação de professores tem sido foco de inúmeras pesquisas e trabalhos publicados nas áreas da Educação e da Psicologia. Dos vários elementos que compõem a formação do educador, um se refere à obrigatoriedade da disciplina Psicologia da Educação no currículo dos cursos de magistério, licenciatura ou Pedagogia. Os estudos sobre o tema, geralmente, tratam da análise da estrutura dos currículos e de novas estratégias para o ensino dessa ciência. Entretanto, a compreensão da maneira como a Psicologia se configura na formação docente, a partir da reflexão do educador, ainda não se constituiu como uma linha de pesquisa. Neste contexto, este estudo teve por objetivo investigar como a Psicologia está presente na formação e no trabalho pedagógico de professores a partir de sua própria análise. Buscou, especificamente, compreender a apropriação e a avaliação do professor do que lhe foi ensinado sobre Psicologia ao longo de sua formação e suas expectativas com relação a este saber. Para tanto, sete professores de uma escola municipal pública de ensino fundamental I e da educação de jovens e adultos da cidade de São Paulo foram entrevistados. A coleta de depoimentos foi feita em três fases: conversa inicial não gravada...

Do sentido da contingência à contingência da formação: um estudo discursivo sobre a formação de professores de inglês; From the meaning of contingency to the education´s contingency: a discursive study about the English teacher education

Costa, Marco Antonio Margarido
Fonte: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP Publicador: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 26/05/2008 PT
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Recentes transformações sociais, muitas das quais ocorridas sob o signo da pós-modernidade, trazem implicações, que são merecedoras de investigação, para o plano educacional, notadamente, no âmbito das propostas curriculares e da formação de professores, segundo reflexões de Giroux (1988), Kincheloe (1993), Silva (1993, 1999), Usher e Edwards (1994), Lindblad e Popkewitz (2004), entre outros. Assim, o objetivo do presente estudo é investigar e analisar o funcionamento do discurso político-educacional e didático-pedagógico da formação de professores de inglês, à luz da Analise de Discurso de orientação pecheutiana e de conceitos de Foucault (1969, 1971, 1975, 1979). Para tanto, examina orientações curriculares, quais sejam: Diretrizes Curriculares Nacionais para a Formação de Professores da Educação Básica, em nível superior, curso de licenciatura, de graduação plena, e, Diretrizes Curriculares Nacionais para os cursos de Letras. Além dessa parte documental, o estudo traz análise de entrevistas com professores e alunos de cursos de formação de professores de inglês em duas instituições de ensino superior, no estado de São Paulo, sendo uma pública e outra privada. A fim de contextualizar e inserir a contribuição do trabalho...

ATEE Annual Conference 2014 - Transitions in teacher education and professional identities: Proceedings

Leite, Laurinda, org.; Flores, Maria Assunção, org.; Dourado, Luís Gonzaga Pereira, org.; Vilaça, Teresa, org.; Morgado, Sofia, org.
Fonte: ATEE (Association for Teacher Education in Europe), CIEd (Research Centre in Education) Publicador: ATEE (Association for Teacher Education in Europe), CIEd (Research Centre in Education)
Tipo: Conferência ou Objeto de Conferência
Publicado em //2015 ENG
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The University of Minho, Braga, Portugal, was the host for the 2014 Annual Conference of the Association for Teacher Education in Europe (ATEE), which took place in August, from the 25th to the 27th. The Conference focused on Transitions in Teacher Education and Professional Identities looked at the transitions in teacher education and analysed different experiences in professional identity of (student) teachers from an international perspective. Three keywords may be identified: challenges in teaching, dilemmas in teacher education and in teacher educators’ role and current trends that are shaping teacher education in different contexts. Similar dilemmas and even contradictions have been identified in different settings with different modes of government intervention in teacher education in which content, structure and duration are also diverse but with similar features. Another key theme discussed at the Conference was the complexity of the concept of identity and also the contested nature of the transitions: transitions for what? How? Why? These transitions and shifts in teacher education and professional identities need to be examined within the context of current policies but also in the light of the complexities and contradictions of teaching as a profession. Teacher educators are also facing transitions in teacher education curricula but also regarding their own identities. These are complex processes that may include resistance and turbulence because transitions may be troublesome for many reasons. In this regard context and language matter but also the kinds of policies and practices that exist within teacher education. There are questions that remain unanswered. However...

Expressive arts in training of teachers to inclusive education

Santos, Graça Duarte; Carvalho, Alexandra
Fonte: Research Center on Education (CIEd)/Institute of Education University of Minho Publicador: Research Center on Education (CIEd)/Institute of Education University of Minho
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
ENG
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Considering the importance given to creativity and to cooperative and active learning as facilitator methods of an Inclusive Education, on this paper we present a study that identifies the place given to active and expressive techniques in the initial training of educators/teachers. The Higher Education Institutions that provide training components within the inclusive education, active and expressive techniques were identified, characterizing those same components by analyzing the curricula of all courses of Initial Teacher Education in Portugal which qualify for teachers from pre-school education to the 2nd cycle of basic education. Data analysis will allow us to further reflect on the contribution of these areas to build positive models of Inclusive Education.

Exploring Teacher Candidates’ Perception of Practicum Placement Within Concurrent Teacher Education in Two Ontario Universities

Dusto, Claire
Fonte: Brock University Publicador: Brock University
Tipo: Electronic Thesis or Dissertation
ENG
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In this study, teacher candidates’ perception of their concurrent education program at two Ontario universities were examined, with specific emphasis on how the programs utilized practicum placements, to determine the effectiveness in preparing teacher candidates to teach. This research also strived to uncover the best ways to optimize concurrent teacher education through practicum placements. A questionnaire and interviews were used to uncover teacher candidates’ perceptions at one teacher education program that used full integration of practicum and one that used minimal integration of practicum. The findings revealed that teacher candidates were generally more satisfied with the overall program when there was full integration of practicum. There were statistically significant differences found between the two concurrent programs with regard to practicum time and preparedness and context of the practicum and a highly significant difference found for theory-practice divide. There was also a statistically significant difference (p < .05) observed between the teacher candidates at each university in terms of their beliefs about the need for improvement of their program. Some of the improvements that participants believed could be made to their respective programs included having (a) exceptional mentor teachers and teacher educators...

Religious Diversity and Teacher Education: Experiences and Perspectives of Muslim Women as Teacher Candidates in Pre-service Programs

Lumb, Punita
Fonte: Brock University Publicador: Brock University
Tipo: Electronic Thesis or Dissertation
ENG
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This qualitative research project explores the insights of Muslim women as teacher candidates completing pre-service programs in Ontario. Ontario schools cater to students from many ethnic, cultural and religious groups, including a sizable Muslim population. Muslims make up 4.6% of Ontario’s population with the highest concentration of Muslims in the GTA (Statistics Canada, 2011). The Muslim population in Ontario is of a significant enough number that, in a post 9/11 world, it has prompted discussion of how to integrate Muslim populations in Canada. In this research, I explore how Islamophobic sentiment is experienced in Ontario-based teacher education programs. I use Critical Race Theory (CRT) and Critical Race Feminism (CRF) to analyse and deconstruct experiences of female Muslim teacher candidates in pre-service programs. I discuss how Muslims are a racialized group that experience racism as discussed by critical race literature; however, there is a marked difference between how Muslim men and women experience gendered Islamophobia. By using in-depth research-based interviews, I explore how Muslim women perceived diversity, education, accommodations and Islamophobia in pre-service programs. This study adds to the current literature on critical race theory and anti-racist practices in education. Furthermore...

Associate-Candidate Relationships: A Study of Teacher Education Field Experiences

Holden, Mike
Fonte: Brock University Publicador: Brock University
Tipo: Electronic Thesis or Dissertation
ENG
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Past research has identified the importance of the relationship between teacher candidates and their associate teachers during field experiences. Through the research questions that framed the study, I sought to contribute to a growing understanding of how the associate teacher-teacher candidate relationship develops from the perspective of teacher candidates. Using an interpretive lens, I explored the associate teacher-teacher candidate relationships of 5 teacher candidates at a mid-sized university in Southern Ontario. In this instrumental multicase study, the 5 participants described 13 pairs of relationships with associate teachers who modeled varying practices. The qualitative data surrounding these case relationships were collected through a focus group and semistructured interviews. Participants’ responses were analyzed using axial coding and constant comparative analysis. Participants identified feedback, guidance, support, genuine interactions, and relationship dynamics as central to successful field experiences. Participants also suggested that associate teachers might be better supported in their role if they were offered increased professional development from the faculties of education that organize the field experiences. The findings documented offer a fresh perspective of the role of the associate teacher in successful teacher education programs...

International Conference on Use of ICT and ODL in Teacher Education : Bihar, India

World Bank
Fonte: Washington, DC Publicador: Washington, DC
EN_US
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With Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA) transitioning towards the Right To Education (RTE), teacher education institutions and systems need to be fully geared up to meet the demands of pre-service and in-service teacher education and their ongoing professional development. Most states do not have adequate systems to provide the necessary cadres of trained elementary level school teachers. It is thus important to enhance the roles and capacities of teacher education institutions in India to support them to become globally competitive, professionally managed, and futuristically progressive to cater to the needs of huge back logs of untrained teachers. This training is crucial to ensure that children at the elementary levels get quality education in accordance with the National Curriculum Framework (NCF) 2005 and its basic tenets of child centered pedagogy.

Language Teacher Education for Primary School English Teachers in Indonesia: Policy Recommendations

Zein, Mochamad Subhan
Fonte: Universidade Nacional da Austrália Publicador: Universidade Nacional da Austrália
Tipo: Thesis (PhD); Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
EN_AU
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This study examines the needs of teachers of English at primary level in terms of knowledge and skills; the delivery of teacher education at pre- and in-service levels and the design of learning-teaching options; and the interplay of these aspects for the creation of policy recommendations on teacher education for primary school English teachers. Data were generated from teachers, teacher educators, members of educational board, school principals, and educational consultants using semi-structured interviews and classroom observations. The data were analyzed using grounded theory based on classification of initial codes and identification of sub-categories as generated from constant comparisons between data presented in NViVo9 and meticulous readings of interview transcriptions. The first major finding of the study is that teachers’ needs and profile are inextricably linked. Teachers’ specific needs are influenced by factors such as pedagogy preparation, length of experience, and multilingual skill, which all must form comprehensive needs analysis prior to designing teacher education programs at both pre-service and in-service levels. The second major finding shows that pre-service education has not been adequate to prepare student teachers to teach English at primary level due to the lack of specificity and practical components...

Becoming a teacher: students’ experiences and perceptions

Coady, Lisa
Fonte: University of Limerick, Department of Education & Professional Studies Publicador: University of Limerick, Department of Education & Professional Studies
Tipo: Doctoral thesis; all_ul_research; ul_theses_dissertations; none
ENG
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non-peer-reviewed; This research is focused on teacher education students in initial, concurrent teacher education programmes at the University of Limerick (UL). This longitudinal study tracks two cohorts of student teachers from Year Two to Year Four of their undergraduate programme and analyses their experiences during their initial teacher education (ITE). This thesis begins by examining the need for research on second-level teacher education, outlining evidenced gaps in the existing body of research in the Irish context and highlighting areas that merit further consideration with reference to current policy. The study then presents key data on teaching as a career in Ireland and considers recent developments, which recognise the needs of student and beginning teachers. This is followed by an analysis of the growth of concurrent programmes both nationally and internationally and a synopsis of traditional models of ITE in Ireland. This section of the thesis concludes with a summation of how the concurrent teacher education programmes at UL have evolved since their inception and how changes that have ensued have manifested in terms of programme content and format. The subsequent literature review begins by appraising the traditional approach to teacher education and trends pertaining to the theoretical underpinning of programmes. It considers how educational theory has been incorporated into teacher education and perceived by student teachers. This is followed by a discussion of the place of educational theory in teacher education and the relationship between both educational theory and the theory of teaching and how these relate to real-life teaching. This study examines findings from both cross-sectional and longitudinal data and investigates student teachers’ perceptions of their needs and requirements during preservice teacher education and their perceptions of their experiences during teaching practice (TP). The research findings create a profile of the student teachers studying at UL and consider how student teachers’ own educational histories...

Teacher Candidates' Perspectives on Teacher Education and Critical Multiculturalism

Lowe, Amber Kathleen
Fonte: Quens University Publicador: Quens University
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: 391573 bytes; application/pdf
EN; EN
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This research is grounded in my observation that we live in a society that is racist, sexist, classist, heterosexist, able-ist, and oppressive in other ways for a variety of groups and individuals outside of the dominant norm. Schools functions as sites of reproduction that work to maintain the status quo through the reproduction of racist, sexist, classist, and heterosexist language and discourse (among others) that maintain the normalcy of oppressive behaviour. However, in as much as schools may reproduce inequalities, they could equally well produce possibilities for equal and just relations in society. In many ways, schools are contradictory places where the dynamics of reproduction and production are simultaneously at work. The question becomes one of how to encourage and nurture the possibility of schools to become sites of struggle over oppressive relations in society. Critical multicultural theory has been proposed as one possible answer to this question. While critical multicultural education understands schooling as a site of social reproduction, it is also believed that schools can work to challenge the inequality engendered by the process of social reproduction by educating students about the dynamics of oppression and privilege. Schools are...

Teacher Education

Noddings, Nel; Whitehead, LeRoy; Martin, Andrea; Russell, Tom; Jardin, Joan; Olson, John; Johnston, James Scott
Fonte: Quens University Publicador: Quens University
Tipo: Outros Formato: 836427 bytes; application/pdf
EN
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Message from the Editors We have invited distinguished scholars and practitioners to provide us with a challenging read and the beginning of a fruitful conversation on teacher education. Not surprisingly, as Russell and Martin discuss in their article, the complex relationship between theory and practice and the perceived lack of clarity in our understanding of the links between schools and the faculty of education classroom are seen as central issues in teacher education. This issue of the Letter opens with an article by philosopher of education Nel Noddings, who argues that developing intellectual habits of mind should be a fundamental educational aim. Teacher candidates need to be ready to set the stage for intellectual development. Furthermore, Noddings places her argument in the current American context, especially the zeal to produce higher test scores. It leads us to think of the negative implications of undue emphasis on causal practice linking research/evidence and practice translated into rules for action to be followed by practitioners. LeRoy Whitehead, associate dean of the Faculty, addresses with authority issues pertaining to the length of the program and the hard reality of funding, accreditation, and the peculiar relation that a teacher education program has with the state. In the next article...

Retos y tensiones de la formación docente en el actual proceso de transformaciones; Challenges and tensions of initial teacher education in the current process of transformations

Chaile, Marta Ofelia
Fonte: Universidade de São Paulo. Faculdade de Educação Publicador: Universidade de São Paulo. Faculdade de Educação
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion; ; ; ; ; ; Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 01/08/2007 SPA
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El artículo expone los resultados de un estudio teórico sobre el tema Formación Docente (FD) en relación con el juego de lo social. Se efectúa un análisis general de las condiciones estructurales que, a nivel de globalización, inciden en la configuración política regional-local. Luego, asumiendo el enfoque de la regulación, se interpreta cómo las decisiones de la política educacional promocionan o estabilizan las funciones, perfil y actuación que el docente desempeña. La reflexión sobre el tema es objeto de estudio en proyectos de investigación que se llevan a cabo en Salta, Argentina. La metodología de abordaje incluye un rastreo histórico evolutivo desde los '60-'70 a la actualidad, argumentando y comparando fuentes conceptuales e interpretativas que - en la región - fundamentan la función asignada al maestro y al profesor. Se complementa el análisis epocal considerando factores sociales, históricos, culturales que lentamente se asumen en el cambio del perfil profesional docente. Esta suerte de inmutabilidad formativa docente resultaría coherente con la política de regulación que impone el gobierno. Sin embargo, la potencia del movimiento social que origina la globalización en los últimos tiempos, conduce a cambios profundos en la preparación de los docentes...

Film as teacher education genre: Developing student agency in the production of #Taximaths - How children make their world mathematical

Ragpot,Lara
Fonte: South African Journal of Childhood Education Publicador: South African Journal of Childhood Education
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: text/html
Publicado em 01/01/2014 EN
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The article reports on the process of producing a film for students in a university course. The purpose of the production was to make local film material that could assist students in their learning of developmental cognitive psychology theory in general, but specifically also the mathematical cognition of children. Although the students in the production team set out as actors and technical helpers, they gradually appropriated their acting roles and the plot of the story to the extent that they learned the theory that the film was portraying. Not only did they show interest in the psychology texts and the story, but they also developed agency - they became the owners of the film. The argument of this paper is that a multimodal foundation in teacher education can give students multiple semiotic entry points, but also, if given the opportunity to make a dramatic film, they can learn the content of mathematical cognition while learning film production. The article argues that contemporary teacher education programmes are by their very nature briefed to be multimodal, because teachers' work in schools in the 21st century requires more than language text and oral, in-person communication.

Service learning in foundation phase teacher education: Experiential learning opportunities for student teachers

Petker,Gadija; Petersen,Nadine
Fonte: South African Journal of Childhood Education Publicador: South African Journal of Childhood Education
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: text/html
Publicado em 01/01/2014 EN
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This paper reports on the implementation of a model that infuses service-learning into a four-year foundation phase teacher education programme. We argue for an integrated curriculum design utilising specifically the teaching (laboratory) school of the faculty, not only for clinical experience or work-integrated learning, but also for service-learning. In this way, the relation of the teacher education programme to the teaching school and its location within Soweto, an area within Johannesburg, optimises the affordances of learning from and through experience for students. The service-learning activities were designed to inform and draw on students' practical and situational learning (learning in and about context) and address the notions of integrated and applied knowledge in the 'Minimum Requirements for Teacher Education Qualifications' (RSA DHET 2011). We argue in this paper that the incremental inclusion of service-learning over a four-year period and the varied nature of the service-learning projects within the programme extend students' learning from practice, provide opportunities for students to see people outside of formal education as 'experts' who have something to contribute to their education, and maximize the potential civic and academic outcomes for students.

A science-technology-society approach to teacher education for the foundation phase: Students' empiricist views

Kok,Lyn; van Schoor,Rika
Fonte: South African Journal of Childhood Education Publicador: South African Journal of Childhood Education
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: text/html
Publicado em 01/01/2014 EN
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Teacher education for South African foundation phase education requires student teachers to be prepared for teaching science concepts in an integrated programme in a learning area known as life skills. This study examined the challenges faced by university teachers of foundation phase student teachers in the development of science modules/ courses. The national curriculum for this subject aims to strengthen learner awareness of social relationships, technological processes and elementary science (DBE 2011a). We developed an integrated numeracy, science and technology module for foundation phase student teachers, based on the science-technology-society (STS) approach to teaching science concepts. Students' understanding of science concepts was assessed, using a project method in which they solved a problem derived from children's literature. Then students' views of this integrated approach to teaching science concepts were gathered. The negative views of the foundation phase student teachers towards the integrated STS approach was thought to indicate an empiricist view of the nature of science that could impede their future teaching.

A foundation for foundation phase teacher education: Making wise educational judgements

Murris,Karin; Verbeek,Clare
Fonte: South African Journal of Childhood Education Publicador: South African Journal of Childhood Education
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: text/html
Publicado em 01/01/2014 EN
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We start our paper with a critical exploration of the current 'back to basics' approach in South African foundation phase teacher education with its emphasis on strengthening the teaching of subject knowledge. We claim that such a proposal first demands an answer to the question 'what is foundational in foundation phase teaching?' We propose an answer in three stages. First we argue that teacher education should be concerned not only with schooling or qualification (knowledge, skills and dispositions) and socialisation, but, drawing on Gert Biesta's work, also with subjectification (educating the person towards the ability to make wise educational judgements). Secondly, these three aims of education lead to five core principles, and we finish by showing how these principles inform our storied, thinking and multimodal/semiotic curriculum. Our answer to our leading question is that pedagogical 'know-how' and views of 'child' and 'childhood' constitute the subject knowledge that is foundational in the foundation phase curriculum.

Institutional factors that affect black South African students' perceptions of early childhood teacher education

Steyn,M G; Harris,Teresa; Hartell,C G
Fonte: South African Journal of Education Publicador: South African Journal of Education
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: text/html
Publicado em 01/03/2014 EN
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Black students account for over 72% of enrolments in higher education, but only a small percentage of them choose Early Childhood Education (ECE) as a field of study and complete the qualification. The purpose of this study was to examine, from the perspective of black ECE students, why so few of them enrol in this particular programme at a historically white university. Through a qualitative, case study approach the reasons for the low enrolment and completion rates were investigated. Participants mentioned that recruitment for this programme, particularly in rural areas should be improved. They also pointed out the higher prestige of other career options, the linguistic challenges they face, the cost of university education and early teacher education in particular, as well as access to transport and resources as barriers to recruitment and retention. Their recommendations for higher enrolment rates included the use of black students to recruit in rural and in township areas, increased funding for bursaries, and more culturally sensitive pedagogies in early childhood teacher education.

University-affiliated schools as sites for research learning in pre-service teacher education

Henning,Elizabeth; Petker,Gadija; Petersen,Nadine
Fonte: South African Journal of Education Publicador: South African Journal of Education
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: text/html
Publicado em 01/02/2015 EN
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This article proposes that the 'teaching/practice schools' formally affiliated to initial teacher education programmes at universities, can be utilised more optimally as research sites by student teachers. The argument is put forward with reference to the role that such schools have played historically in teacher education in the United States (US), and more recently, in the successful Finnish teacher education system, in which research is highly valued as a requisite part of a teaching qualification. The authors propose that the single component of these schools, which has historically distinguished them from schools for work integrated learning (WIL), is that they are also research spaces and have retained some of the 'lab' character of earlier schools, such as the one established by John Dewey. In such schools, the authors argue, students learn to be reflective practitioners by positioning themselves as researchers, who reflect on practice in a research-rich environment. In a pilot study, the authors found that university and school personnel hold different views about research in the schools. The article recommends that careful consideration be given to the research function in these public schools as part of teacher training.