The relevance of preservice professional experience to the reality of entry into the teaching profession

Jackie Walkington

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    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationEntry to the Teaching Profession: Preparation, Pratice, Pressure and Professionalism
    EditorsGail Rienstra, Andrew Gonczi
    Place of PublicationCanberra, Australia
    PublisherAustralian College of Educators
    Pages22-29
    Number of pages8
    ISBN (Print)9781920819149
    Publication statusPublished - 2006

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    Walkington, J. (2006). The relevance of preservice professional experience to the reality of entry into the teaching profession. In G. Rienstra, & A. Gonczi (Eds.), Entry to the Teaching Profession: Preparation, Pratice, Pressure and Professionalism (pp. 22-29). Canberra, Australia: Australian College of Educators.
    Walkington, Jackie. / The relevance of preservice professional experience to the reality of entry into the teaching profession. Entry to the Teaching Profession: Preparation, Pratice, Pressure and Professionalism. editor / Gail Rienstra ; Andrew Gonczi. Canberra, Australia : Australian College of Educators, 2006. pp. 22-29
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    Walkington J. The relevance of preservice professional experience to the reality of entry into the teaching profession. In Rienstra G, Gonczi A, editors, Entry to the Teaching Profession: Preparation, Pratice, Pressure and Professionalism. Canberra, Australia: Australian College of Educators. 2006. p. 22-29