Teaching as a profession: A study of teachers and teacher education in Hong Kong

Yue Ping CHUNG, Hin Wah WONG, Rex HEYWORTH, Kwok Wai KO

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Abstract

The four presentations of the symposium are as follows: 1. Professionalization of Teacher Education: An Initial Review of the Trends and Change Forces of Teacher Education in Hong Kong since the Second World War 2. An Evaluation of the Teacher Education Curriculum in Hong Kong 3. An Innovative and Effect System for Evaluation of Classroom Teaching 4. Teaching as a Profession in Hong Kong: Its Economic Status
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - Nov 1995

Citation

Chung, Y. P., Wong, H. W., Heyworth, R., & Ko, K. W. (1995, November). Teaching as a profession: A study of teachers and teacher education in Hong Kong. Paper presented at the Hong Kong Educational Research Association 12th Annual Conference: Rethinking Education: Reflective Practice, Professionalism and Postmodernization, The Hong Kong Institute of Education, China.

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