Australian Journal of Teacher Education
Investigation of Saudi Teachers’ Perceptions of Teaching and Learning after a 12-month Professional Development Programme in Australia
This study investigates the perceptions of teaching and learning of teachers from Saudi Arabia who participated in a 12-month professional development programme based in Australia. Considering the design of the programme and the vast differences between the education systems and cultures of the two countries, this study examines Saudi teachers’ classroom practices and challenges while teaching at schools in their home country, and whether their perceptions of teaching practice changed during and after participating in the professional development programme in Australia. Factors that might have influenced the changes to and nature of their teaching aspirations and plans for their students and schools in Saudi Arabia are also discussed.
Klatt, Gosia; Berry, Amy; Suryani, Anne; Volkoff, Veronica; and Khadawardi, Hesham
"Investigation of Saudi Teachers’ Perceptions of Teaching and Learning after a 12-month Professional Development Programme in Australia,"
Australian Journal of Teacher Education: Vol. 45
, Article 2.
Available at: https://ro.ecu.edu.au/ajte/vol45/iss7/2