Volume 24, Issue 2 (1999) Quality LearningThis issue addresses the broad theme of quality learning. When we invited authors to submit papers for this special issue. we were not prescriptive about what we meant by quality learning However. we were especially interested in some aspects of learning that are particularly important to teacher education at the present time. One of these relates to the quality of the learning outcomes that are achieved by teacher education students. What sort of outcomes should prospective teachers achieve before they take on the complex task of helping others learn?
Competence and quality in the training of teachers for the post compulsory sector in the UK
Bruce Russell and Peter Sanderson
Helping future teachers to be effective learners: Providing in context learning support for first year teacher education students
Barbara de la Harpe and Alex Radloff