Core practices in practice-based teacher education: A systematic literature review of its teaching and assessment process
This article presents a systematic review of the literature to identify core practices, teaching strategies and assessment processes used or under development in practice-based teacher education programs. It addresses diverse core practices used in university pedagogy of practice. A finding is that the assessment of students’ learning of core practices remains incipient. Our study contributes to teacher education programs that opt for a practice-based curriculum to further understand teaching and assessment of core practices. This review facilitates progress in constructing common frameworks that support pre-service teachers’ training.
Matsumoto-Royo, Kiomi, María Soledad Ramírez-Montoya. Core practices in practice-based teacher education: A systematic literature review of its teaching and assessment process, Studies in Educational Evaluation, Volume 70, 2021,101047
Practice-based, Teacher education, Assessment processes, Evaluation methods, Core practices, Higher education, Educational innovation