TOWARDS BRIDGING THE THEORY-PRACTICE GAP IN TEACHER EDUCATION: A CASE STUDY OF PRE-SERVICE EFL TEACHER EDUCATION PROGRAM IN YEMEN By Jameel A. Elayah and Dr. P. Susheela

Abstract It is important for student teachers to learn theories, but the most important for them is to know how to put these theories into practice and how to strengthen the theory-practice relationships. Since Practice Teaching (Practicum) is considered as Read More …

EMPOWERING TEACHER EDUCATION IN THE NEW MILLENNIUM THROUGH ICT INFUSION INTO TEACHER EDUCATION SYSTEM: INNOVATIVE PEDAGOGICAL APPROACHES, CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES By Dr. Shazli Hasan Khan[1]

  Abstract                The 21st century has clearly shown that information technology provides unforeseen opportunities that enable multifaceted growth and development. Social, economical and technological advances in the last few decades have made teacher education and training more crucial and Read More …

QUALITY RESEARCH IN TEACHER EDUCATION By Dr. Rajib Mukhopadhyay[1]

  Abstract Teaching, like other professions, has a developing knowledge base that serves to guide practitioners. Knowledge generated by research is an important component to ensure its quality in various aspects indicating the importance of research in teacher education. Without Read More …