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Pedagogical Research, Vol.1 No.1 May 2004. -

The problem of „theory and practice- in teacher education is mainly a problem of relating knowing-that to knowing-how. Solving that problem is a difficult task as there is more than one way to model the relationship between what teachers know verbally and what they know how to do. Four basic relationships are discussed and further elaborated: foundation, parallelism, difference, and interference. They differ more or less fundamentally in their implications for the pedagogy of teacher education.

Teacher education; theory and practice; teacher’s knowledge; teacher’s knowing-how



Author: Georg Hans Neuweg - ; Sveučilište Johannes Kepler, Linz, Austria Odsjek za strukovnu i gospodarsku pedagogiju

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