La formación del profesorado en Finlandia : profesores para la autonomía y la equidad profesional

Niemi, Hannele . (2013) La formación del profesorado en Finlandia : profesores para la autonomía y la equidad profesional. Revista española de educación comparada (22), 2013, p.117-138. ISSN: 1137-8654

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Título La formación del profesorado en Finlandia : profesores para la autonomía y la equidad profesional
Autor(es) Niemi, Hannele
Materia(s) Educación
Resumen The aim of the article is to describe the major features of the Finnish educational system and Finnish teacher education. The analysis is based on national core curricula and other official documents from the educational system as well as on recent research literature regarding education in Finland. During the last 30 years, Finland has built an education system with two visions: equity and lifelong learning (LLL). Since 1979, all teachers have been required to have five years education, consisting of both MA and BA degrees (degrees of the Bologna Process in the European Higher Education Area). The main principle of Finnish teacher education is to educate teachers as high-quality autonomous professionals with an emphasis on strengthening the following areas: creating a research-based professional culture in which each teacher possesses critical scientific literacy; establishing the social and moral code of the teaching profession; integrating theory and practice; and educating teachers to be responsible for local curriculum design and students’ assessments. Teacher education attracts highly talented applicants as many students are motivated to become teachers. However, Finnish teacher education also faces the following challenges: developing a teaching culture which incorporates more active learning; enabling teachers to develop greater competences in collaborating in school communities and with partners outside the school; strengthening teachers’ competences to teach in a multicultural school; and supporting teachers to employ new pedagogical approaches to teach information and communication technology. The major aim of the Finnish teacher education is that teachers take an active role in raising serious questions about what they teach, how they teach, and the larger goals for which they are striving.
Palabras clave Teacher education
Autonomy professional
National curricula
Finish teacher education
Teaching profession
Formación del profesorado
Autonomía profesional
Currículo nacional
Formación del profesorado finés
Profesión docente
Editor(es) Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (España) y Sociedad Española de Educación Comparada
Fecha 2013-09-22
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Identificador http://e-spacio.uned.es/fez/view/bibliuned:reec-2013-22-5060
bibliuned:reec-2013-22-5060
DOI - identifier 10.5944/reec.22.2013.9326
Publicado en la Revista Revista española de educación comparada (22), 2013, p.117-138. ISSN: 1137-8654
Idioma eng
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