A model of technical and vocational teacher education at bachelor's degree level and its relevance to the occupational tasks of TVET teachers in the OIC member states

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Author: Haolader, Faruque A.; Cicioglu, Davut; Kassim, Kalinaki

Abstract:

This study evaluates a [technical and vocational education and training] TVET teacher education model of Islamic University of Technology (IUT) at the bachelor degree level in terms of its relevance to the occupational tasks of a TVET teacher and identifies the strengths and limitations of the programme. In this descriptive type of study the relevance of the curriculum was determined through a self-designed questionnaire in which the opinions of the teachers who are currently teaching at TVET institutions were gathered on a Likert-type scale. A sample of 50 TVET teachers was considered....  [+] Show more

Subjects: Providers of education and training; Teaching and learning; International education; Qualifications; Research; Outcomes; Employment

Keywords: Teacher training; Vocational teachers; Practitioners; Trainers; Curriculum; Questionnaire; Perception; Opinion; Relevance of education and training; Job requirements; Education work relationship; Recommendations

Geographic subjects: Bangladesh; Asia

Published: Chiangmai, Thailand: Regional Association for Vocational Teacher Education in East and Southeast Asia, 2017

Physical description: 19 p.

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http://www.tvet-online.asia/issue/8/haolader-etal

Also called: A model of technical and vocational teacher education at bachelor's degree level and its relevance to the occupational tasks of technical and vocational education and training teachers in the Organization of Islamic Cooperation member states

Journal title: TVET@Asia

Journal number: 8

Journal date: 2017

ISSN: 2196-838X

Notes:
Issue theme: 'TVET quality improvement initiatives in the wake of ASEAN Economic Community 2015', edited by Paryono Paryono, Georg Spoettl, Thomas Schroeder, Adeline Goh.

Resource type: Article

Peer reviewed: Yes

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