Australian Journal of Teacher Education
Do Preservice Teachers Believe They Use the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers to Inform Their Professional Learning?
Professional standards for teachers are being used around the globe to educate, certify, promote and regulate the ongoing professional practice and learning of teachers. In Australia, the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers (APST), in part, aim to support the professional learning of teachers from the Graduate to Lead Teacher career stages. Preservice teachers have been identified as being positive about the APST, and their uptake with the standards at the Graduate level appears to be increasing over time. However, our research shows that preservice teachers are not making the connection between the APST and their professional learning. This paper will present seminal research detailing trends in preservice teacher use of the APST aligned to their professional learning within the theoretical and practical components of their study.
Call, Kairen; Christie, Michael; and Simon, Sue E.
"Do Preservice Teachers Believe They Use the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers to Inform Their Professional Learning?,"
Australian Journal of Teacher Education: Vol. 46
, Article 6.
Available at: https://ro.ecu.edu.au/ajte/vol46/iss6/6
Higher Education and Teaching Commons, Other Teacher Education and Professional Development Commons