European Journal of Teacher Education volume 31, issue 2, P203-214 2008 DOI: 10.1080/02619760802000248 View full text
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Kari Smith, Miriam Welicker‐Pollak

Abstract: This article examines teacher educators' attitudes to standardised student feedback on the quality of their teaching in a teacher education college in Israel. It is part of a comprehensive study initiated by the management of the institution, and the focus in this writing is on teacher educators' attitudes to student feedback: the way they perceive students relating to the feedback, and the extent to which feedback is used for professional growth. Our findings suggest there is acceptance of feedback as part o…

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