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In this paper we propose the internalisation of school experience in order to encourage a more international preparation of teachers which favours their mobility throughout the European job market. We have based our proposal on a case study that briefly describes the exchange teaching practice programme established by the Spanish MEC in collaboration with the British Teaching and Development Agency (TDA), and results from a questionnaire completed by trainee teachers. The MEC-TDA exchange programme described allows us to know the objectives and evaluation framework of such initiatives; at the same time, the feedback obtained from the questionnaires used for our qualitative study sheds light on the benefits that participants experience.
|Keywords:||School Experience, Teaching Practice, Erasmus Programme|
The International Journal of Learning in Higher Education, Volume 22, Issue 4, December, 2015, pp.119-132. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Published online: September 8, 2015 (Article: Electronic (PDF File; 719.154KB)).
Professor, Department of Language and Literature Teaching, University of Granada, Granada, Spain
Principal Lecturer, Language and Literature Teaching, University of Granada, Spain