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Global Education: Confusion, Clarity, and Teacher PreparationAuthor(s): Krisitin Reimer; Lorna McLean
This summary was created by the CSSE's Canadian Journal of Education and is available on their website, along with other Knowledge Mobilization Snapshots, at http://www.csse-scee.ca/CJE/KMS.htm or via their homepage at www.cje-rce.ca.

This research snapshot summarizes a study of a teacher education program on global education:

"The purpose of the study was to discover and describe how the Developing a Global Perspective for Educators/ Développement d’une perspective globale pour enseignants et enseignantes Programme (DGPE/DPGEE) Project conceptualizes and expresses global education in the teacher education at the University of Ottawa, as well as how teacher candidates who participated in the project express global education."


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Supporting Aboriginal Educators in Pre-service Training Programs and in their Careers as TeachersAuthor(s): Julian Kitchen; Lorenzo Cherubini; Lyn Trudeau; Janie Hodson (2010)
This research explored the experiences of six Aboriginal teachers in both mainstream and native teacher education programs in Ontario. These early-career teachers from the Mohawk, Anishinabe and Métis groups reflected upon the challenges they encountered during their teacher preparation courses and first years of teaching. Specifically, this research identified the need to design current teacher education programs that value the individual and cultural identities of Aboriginal teacher candidates.

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