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Title: 
Pre-service teachers™ beliefs, attitudes and expectations: a review of the literature
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2005
Citation: 
Proceedings of the Redesigning pedagogy: research, policy, practice conference, Singapore, May - June 2005.
Abstract: 
This review is part of a longitudinal study that examines teachers’ beliefs, attitudes
and expectations towards teaching and professional development. This is the first in a series of reports that focuses on pre-service teachers’ beliefs and attitudes prior to the start of their teacher preparation programme. Currently, most reported studies were qualitative in nature, at the pre-service level, with participants who have already begun their teacher preparation programme. Data collection methods included interviews, surveys, essays and journals. However, substantial information pertaining to pre-entry as well as the early stages of the programme was available.
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"Paper was presented as part of a longitudinal study titled: "A longitudinal study of teacher preparation and professional development"
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