The Teacher Education in Ewha Womans University: Current Situation, Characteristics, and Experience

Li LI

Abstract


With the implementation of the reform of teacher education, carrying out teacher education in Comprehensive Universities has become an important trend in South Korea in terms of training teachers. This paper makes an attempt to introduce the current situation of Ewha Womans University including its training program, curriculum, teaching methods, and in-service training, so as to learn from its abundant experience and provide a useful reference for the development of the teacher education in China.


Keywords


Ewha womans university; College of education; Teacher education

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/6306

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