European Journal of Teacher Education volume 26, issue 1, P109-122 2003 DOI: 10.1080/0261976032000065689 View full text

Abstract: GÖ RAN LINDE SUMMARY A recent reform in Sweden's teacher education is presented. It is a liberal reform. The Government abstains from intervention in curriculum other than what are in the general regulations of Higher Education and in a DegreeOrdinance for Teacher Education. In the Ordinance there are stated eight general goals and a basic framework for three areas of education, and how many credit points the students have to acquire in each of them. The reform is explained by the historical background of Swe…

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