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Research in Teaching and Teacher education Bergen June 13th 2012 Accountability under ambiguity Reforming school and teacher education in Norway. Petter Aasen. POLICY . A policy is typically described as a principle or rule to guide decisions and achieve rational outcome(s).

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Research in teaching and teacher education bergen june 13th 2012

Research in Teaching and Teachereducation

Bergen June 13th 2012

Accountability under ambiguityReforming school and teacher education in Norway

Petter Aasen

EARLI, Bergen June 13th 2012


Policy

POLICY

A policy is typically described as a principle or rule to guide decisions and achieve rational outcome(s).

Policy refers to the ´what` and the `why` generally adopted by governance bodies within public and private sector. A policy can be considered as a statement of intent or a commitment.

EARLI, Bergen June 13th 2012


Research in teaching and teacher education bergen june 13th 2012

CENTRAL

Expert steering

National stakeholders

POLITICAL

PROFESSIONAL

Local stakeholders

Professional steering

LOCAL

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Politics

POLITICS

Politics is a process by which groups of people make collective decisions. Politics consists of social relations involving authority or power and refers to the regulation of affairs within a political unit, and to the methods and tactics used to formulate and apply policy.

The concept of politics draws our attention to processes that define “who gets what, when and how”.

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Tensions and contradictions

Tensions and contradictions

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The social dimension

Education as a common good

Equity as equality

Patient approach to learning

Education as an individual good

Equity as equivalence

Early interventions

The Social dimension

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Governance

National steering

Decentralization as delegation

Local autonomy

Decentralization as devolution

Governance

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Systemic relation

Central detailed regulations and control

“Feeding the beast”

State steering at a distance through empowering local authority

Receiving support

Systemic relation

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Knowledge base

Evidence-based practice

Research-based solutions

Efficient intervention

What works

Practice-based evidence

Experience-based solutions

Professional reflection

When and whom it works for

Knowledge base

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Content

Knowledge

Competence

Learning processes

Competence

Skills

Documented learning outcome

Content

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Accountability

The professional teacher/school leaders

Trust

Managerialism

Technocracy

Accountability

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The political

The political

The political in education refers to the fact that education procedures and practice – the questions of the 'what', the 'how', the 'where', and the 'when' in educationpractice – constantlyincludespriorities and decisionsthatincludeanswers to questions like whoultimatelygainsthe most from thewaysourschools, and the curriculum and practiceswithinthem, areorganized and operated.

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Research in teaching and teacher education bergen june 13th 2012

Thank you for your attention!

Queens college, City University of New York


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