Quality in Teacher Education: Evidence from the Universities of Sindh, Pakistan
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CitationSahito, Zafarullah. Väisänen, Pertti. (2018). Quality in Teacher Education: Evidence from the Universities of Sindh, Pakistan. Journal of Language Teaching and Research, 9 (5) , 916-927. 10.17507/jltr.0905.04.
The quality in teacher education is an emergent topic and area that is discussed throughout the world by teachers, researchers, students, parents and other all concerned and non-concerned stakeholders. Because everyone is connected directly and indirectly to their education system and want to send their children and siblings to those institutions where they get proper, right and authentic education to cater the needs and requirements of the present and future, which is the need of time to live peacefully and prosperously. The qualitative research design with case study approach was employed to collect data and then analysed through thematic-narrative analysis techniques. The study is revolving around the five factors given by UNICEF (2000) such as students and teachers as learners; curriculum/content, material and standards; processes; environments; and outcomes respectively. The findings of this research study would be an excellent addition to the available research findings and the literature of quality education.
Subjectsquality in teacher education thematic-narrative analysis students as learners curriculum materials and standards environment and outcomes
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