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2022, br. 1, str. 83-104
Profesionalni razvoj edukatora za nastavnike u Evropi i Mjanmaru
aEötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary
bUniversity of Szeged, Szeged, Hungary

e-adresaayeayemyintlaysuoe@gmail.com, keczergabriella@szte.hu
Ključne reči: profesionalni razvoj; edukatori za nastavnike; visoko obrazovanje
Sažetak
Prilike za učenje namenjene edukatorima za nastavnike treba da zadovolje individualne profesionalne potrebe, ali ujedno i da pripreme edukatore na nove razvoje u učenju (nastavnika), edukaciji (nastavnika) i samoj profesiji nastavnika (Smith, 2003). Profesionalni razvoj i celoživotno učenje edukatora za nastavnike od ključnog su značaja za zadovoljenje društvenih potreba. Ovaj rad ima cilj da razmotri različite pristupe profesionalnom razvoju edukatora za nastavnike, da ponudi pregled evropskih politika i nacionalnih studija i da ispita i analizira aktivnosti profesionalnog razvoja edukatora za nastavnike kojima se osmišljavaju strategije za osiguranje kvalitetnog obrazovanja u Mjanmaru. Utvrdili smo da je u Mjanmaru, u poređenju sa određenim zemljama Evrope, neophodno da se stvori prostor za međunarodne profesionalne mreže i istraživačke projekte s ciljem promovisanja pozitivne kulture istraživanja. Osim toga, neophodna je adekvatna finansijska podrška za razvoj baze praktičnog znanja za edukatore za nastavnike u Mjanmaru. Konačno, predstavili smo i određene predloge za efikasne putanje profesionalnog razvoja za edukatore za nastavnike u Mjanmaru.
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jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: pregledni članak
DOI: 10.5937/AndStud2201083L
objavljen u SCIndeksu: 17.12.2022.

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