With contributions from a range of teacher educators and academics in the field teacher education in challenging times presents sustainable robust teacher development through professional partnership harnessing the power of professional learning communities geoff baker 9. Professionalism and how it is to be acquired should be a focus of every teacher education program despite the significant role professionalism plays there is a lack of a universally accepted definition of professionalism in teacher education programs this paper investigates working definitions of professionalism as they pertain to. Teachers have broad professional standards based on their interactions with students parents community members colleagues staff and administrators the first step in becoming a professional is to earn a degree in education and meet state licensing standards. Understanding teachers perspectives on professi onalism professional teacher refers to the status of a person who is paid to teach it can also on a higher level refer to teachers who represent the a teacher fulfills public education needs teachers who are able not only to shine in the. When top education researchers gathered recently in atlanta georgia the voice of the teaching profession was loud and clear as education international turned focus toward the role unions play in shaping technical and vocational education challenging times for teacher unions
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