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PCMI 2002 Susanne Gennow and Gerd Brandell The school system in Sweden Pre-school, up to 5 years of age Pre-school class, age 6 Compulsory school, school year 1-9, age 7-15 Upper Secondary School, school year 10-12 age 16-19
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PCMI 2002 Susanne Gennow and Gerd Brandell Teacher education before 1988 Teacher school year 1-3 2.5 years (5 semesters) Requirement 2 years of upper secondary school all theoretical subjects Teacher school year 4-6 3 years (6 semesters) Requirement 2 years of upper secondary school all theoretical subjects
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PCMI 2002 Susanne Gennow and Gerd Brandell Teacher school year 7-9 University degree in 2 or 3 subjects, 3 study years Minimum one study year in at least one subject Institute/department of education one year (40 credits), out of which 20 is practice in school Teacher, upper secondary school University degree in 2 or 3 subjects, 3 study years Minimum1.5 study years in at least one subject Institute/department of education one year(40 credits), out of which 20 is practice in school
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PCMI 2002 Susanne Gennow and Gerd Brandell Teacher education, 1988-2001 Teacher for School year 1-7 Two programs: Mathematics/Natural Science or Swedish/Social Science 3.5 years, 140 credits Requirement for the Math/Science program is Science program from upper secondary school
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PCMI 2002 Susanne Gennow and Gerd Brandell Ma/Science-program, school year 1-7 1988 – 2001 program Mathematics 15 credits (0.75 semesters) plus minimum level of science Institute/department of education delivers 40 credits (one year), out of which 20 credits is practice in school Subject area, education and practice are integrated A degree paper (10 credits)
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PCMI 2002 Susanne Gennow and Gerd Brandell Teacher for school year 4-9 1988-2001 program Two programs: Mathematics/Science or Swedish/Social Science 4.5 years, 180 credits Requirement for the Math/Science program is Science program from upper secondary school
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PCMI 2002 Susanne Gennow and Gerd Brandell Ma/Science-program, school year 4-9 1988 – 2001 program Mathematics 30 credits (1.5 semesters) plus minimum level of science subjects
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