This paper examines how the views of teacher education students in a College of Education in South Weste01 Ireland have developed during their three-year programme. The survey took place in May 2003 and examined first year and third (final) year students in the Bachelor of Education programme. The survey examines the personal and professional beliefs of the students and analyses the difference in scores. The paper then moves on to look at various aspects of how teacher education can affect the appropriate knowledge, skills and attitudes of intercultural issues as they relate to the education of all students
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"The Role of Initial Teacher Education in the Development of Interculturalism in Irish Primary Education,"
Irish Journal of Applied Social Studies:
1, Article 2.
Available at: https://arrow.tudublin.ie/ijass/vol5/iss1/2