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Report on argumentation and teacher education in Europe

Jimenez-Aleixandre, Maria Pilar and Mauriz, Blanca Puig and Gallástegui Otero, Juan Ramón and Blake, Allan (2010) Report on argumentation and teacher education in Europe. [Report]

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Abstract

This document will ultimately form part of a comprehensive package of materials for teacher education and professional development in argumentation. The initial deliverable from Kaunas University of Technology described the rhetorical basis of argumentation theory for pre‐ and in‐service teachers, whilst this state of the art report sets out the current and rather unsatisfactory status of argumentation in curricula, initial teacher training/education and teacher professional development, across the fifteen S‐TEAM partner countries. We believe that this is a representative sample and that the report can be taken as a reliable snapshot of the situation in Europe generally.