5 the status of teachers should be commensurate with the needs of education as assessed in the light of educational aims and objectives it should be recognized that the proper status of teachers and due public regard for the profession of teaching are of major importance for the full realization of these aims and objectives 6.
Richard m ingersoll & david perda 2008 the status of teaching as a profession chapter 12, pp 106-118 in schools and society: a sociological approach to education edited by jeanne ballantine and joan spade los angeles: pine forge press.
The teacher-education profession continually evolves based on demographic, technological and political factors this opens up many opportunities for future teachers. A professional development opportunity not to be missed this course will emphasise what you can do to act professionally this includes developing your own philosophy of teaching and making sure that you continue to improve your knowledge and skills. “teaching creates all other professions” author unknown “teaching is not a lost art (profession), but the regard for it is a lost tradition” jacques barzun we often use the term “profession” in a generic sort of way referring to what is your trade/vocation.
Michael gove's recent announcement that qualified teacher status (qts) will no longer be required to teach in academy schools will do nothing to reassure people that he has doubts about teaching being a profession indeed, he usually refers to it as a craft. 144 the status of teaching as a profession in south africa have a four-year teaching qualification at the turn of the century according to 2000 statistics 239% of the teaching corps was below the required education qualification value (reqv) 13 benchmark qualification (cf heystek & lethoko, 2001.
Download citation on researchgate | on jan 1, 2011, richard ingersoll and others published the status of teaching as a profession . The status of teaching as a profession disciplines education comments suggested citation: ingersoll, rm and merrill, e (2011) the status of teaching as a profession in j ballantine and j spade (eds), schools and society: a sociological approach to education (p 185-189) 4th ed ca: pine forge press/sage publications. A teaching career is unlike smaller, more exclusive professional occupations where entry into the profession is highly internally regulated and membership connotes high social status, salary and.