Volume 688, Issue 3, 2019Farida Huseynova -
Head Instructor of Education & Innovation Centre, Azerbaijan State Pedagogical University, Ph.D. in Pedagogy. E-mail: email@example.com
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This study investigates effective changes in professional development for teachers and takes a broad view of professional development, considering training teachers may receive throughout their careers and assessing their knowledge and skills. The main body of the article is devoted to a critique of various discussions and problems involved in teacher training in Azerbaijani schools, as well as pre-service and in-service teacher training programs which aim to develop teachers’ knowledge and skills. The research paper introduces the perspectives of teachers, trainers, and school managers assessing their activites as the main focus of the study, thus identifying the realities of teachers’ training experiences in schools. Concluding the report, some effective methods and experiences of developing countries and their best practices are given as recommendations for teachers, educators and policy-makers.Keywords:
Assessment, teacher, training, school, pre-service, in-service, program.To cite this article:
Huseynova F. (2019) Challenges and New perspectives of Teacher Training in Azerbaijan: Assessment of pedagogical activities of English language Teachers. Azerbaijan Journal of Educational Studies. Vol. 688, Issue III, pp. 23–36.
This research was conducted as a conference paper for the ADA University 4th International Education Conference 2019 (June 19-20).