Language teacher education for a global society: A modular model for knowing, analysing, recognizing, doing and seeing

Authors

  • Ribut Wahyudi Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand Maulana Malik Ibrahim State Islamic University, Indonesia

Keywords:

Language Teacher Education

Abstract

This book aims to empower student teachers/teachers across the globe to base their teaching within context sensitive pedagogy through five modular models for knowing, analyzing, recognising, doing and seeing (KARDS) and ends with the (re)making of a modular model, aiming to look for ‘the patterns that connect’ (p.131).

Author Biography

Ribut Wahyudi, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand Maulana Malik Ibrahim State Islamic University, Indonesia

a PhD candicate at the School of Education, Faculty of Education, Victoria University of Wellington

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2015-03-24

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