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ITEP(International Training Education Project)

자료공지 ITEP - Towards pedagogical Creativity

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ITEP - (The International teacher Education Projet) / 괴테아눔 교육분과 1 


The present publication summarises a process of intensive discussion that has taken place over the last five years at conferences around the world on the subject of Steiner teacher education. The purpose of the document is to share the experiences, considerations and suggestions made in this process and present them for further discussion.

The authors of this publication are mostly active in or concerned with teacher education on an international level. They have come together under the direction of Florian Osswald from the Pedagogical Section at the Goetheanum in Dornach (CH) to form the International Teacher Education Project (ITEP). The members of the ITEP working group are: Aina Bergsma (NO), Neil Boland (NZ), Marcel de Leuw (NL), Jon McAlice (USA), Trevor Mepham (UK), Vanessa Pohl (CH), Carlo Willmann (A).

The working group took on the task of identifying key points from the many topics and points of view that were discussed and worked on in teacher education meetings around the world. In this process, early drafts were revised in the striving to articulate clearly essential tasks and requirements of contemporary Steiner teacher education. In the course of the work, it has become apparent that there are a number of central, almost indispensable fields of work that provide the fertile soil in which teacher education can bear fruit. At the heart of it all is the striving to allow education to become an art and teachers to become educational artists.

The short texts[1] on the areas of focus in teacher education and the characteristic attributes of teacher educators arose out of a sense of deep respect for the core gestures and intentions of an anthroposophical pedagogy. They make no claims of completeness. They are not intended to be binding. They also give no advice, and certainly have no regulatory function. Rather, it is hoped that they will stimulate dialogue by encouraging each of us to question and explore in our own way what is presented here, to expand on it and to deepen it. The authors are aware that the texts at hand have a general, perhaps abstract character. It is up to every institution and every individual to bring them to life.  (아래 본문참고) 

[1]                 Each text is accompanied by a condensed version in blue italics.




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