Student Teachers’ Opinions, Beliefs and Attitudes Concerning Faith-based Education and Identity
Gleeson, Jim and O'Neill, Maureen. (2015). Student Teachers’ Opinions, Beliefs and Attitudes Concerning Faith-based Education and Identity Brisbane, Queensland: Australian Catholic University.
|Authors||Gleeson, Jim and O'Neill, Maureen|
This report outlines and analyses the opinions, beliefs and attitudes of student teachers with regard to certain aspects of faith-based education and identity. The data were collected using a survey (Appendix 1) of student teachers who entered ACU in 2014. This summary sets out the profile of respondents and the main findings which are presented under the following headings: reasons for choice of secondary school; students’ perceptions of their knowledge of Catholic teaching; educational values; perceived purposes of Catholic education; perceptions of the characteristics of Catholic schools; main issues facing Catholic/faith-based education today.
|Publisher||Australian Catholic University|
|Place of publication||Brisbane, Queensland|
|Web address (URL)||http://www.acu.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0006/772350/Student_Teachers_Report_Rev_May_2016.pdf|
|Open access||Open access|
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