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International Journal of Educational Management

ISSN: 0951-354X

Online from: 1987

Subject Area: Education

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The in-service training of primary school teachers in Greece: views of directors and vice directors of PEK


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Title:The in-service training of primary school teachers in Greece: views of directors and vice directors of PEK
Author(s):Muhammad Saeed, (Directorate of Staff Development, Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan)
Citation:Muhammad Saeed, (1999) "The in-service training of primary school teachers in Greece: views of directors and vice directors of PEK", International Journal of Educational Management, Vol. 13 Iss: 4, pp.180 - 187
Keywords:Assessment, Greece, Schools, Selection, Teachers, Training
Article type:Case study
DOI:10.1108/09513549910278098 (Permanent URL)
Publisher:MCB UP Ltd
Abstract:Gives a brief view of the in-service training of primary school teachers in Greece in the historical contexts as well as the current situation. The major purpose, however, is to investigate the views of directors and vice directors of “regional in-service training centres” (PEK) about the different aspects of in-service training of primary school teachers. These include: the objectives and curricula of different in-service training programmes; the methodology of teaching and practice; the assessment criteria for trainee teachers; the criteria for the selection of trainees and trainers; the provision of daily allowance for trainees and trainers; the organizational set-up; the financing and nature, duration and management and control of different training programmes. The results showed that generally the respondents were satisfied with the existing situation. The chi-square (w2) test demonstrated that position/rank and qualification had no significant impact on the opinions of directors and vice directors regarding most of these aspects.



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