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Eva Reid and Božena Horváthová

training and development – scientific approach to didactics and method of teaching. Užice: University of Kragujevac. Flores, M.A., Santos, P., Fernandes, S., Pereira, D. (2014). Pre-service teachers’ views of their training: Key issues to sustain quality teacher education. Journal of Teacher Education for Sustainability , 16 (2), 39–53. Gadušová Z., Hašková A., Malá E., Munková D. (2013) Technology of education: Terminology in use . Praha: Verbum. Gedzune, G. (2015). Awakening pre-service teachers to childrenis social exclusion in the classroom

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John Huckle

change. Retrieved April 28, 2012, from Horster, D. (1992). Habermas: An introduction. Philadelphia: Pennbridge. Huckle, J. (1996). Teacher education. In J. Huckle & S. Sterling (Eds.), Education for sustainability (pp. 105-119) . London: Earthscan. Huckle, J. (2008). Sustainable development. In J. Arthur, I. Davies & C. Hahn (Eds.), The Sage handbook of education for citizenship and democracy (pp. 342-354). London

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Dunja Anđić and Sanja Tatalović Vorkapić

Sustainable Development (pp. 67-115). Hershey: IGI Global. doi: 10.4018/978-1-4666-5856-1.ch005 Besong, F., & Holland, C. (2015). The dispositions, abilities and behaviours (DAB) framework for profiling learnersí sustainability competencies in higher education. Journal of Teacher Education for Sustainability, 17(1), 5-22. Retrieved 26 October 2017, from Beringer, A., Malone, L., & Wright, T. (2006). Sustainability in higher education. International

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Sally Inman, Sophie Mackay, Maggie Rogers and Ros Wade

). Developing Critical Global Citizenship and Education for Sustainable Development in Teacher Education. In S. Inman & M. Rogers (Eds.), Developing critical global citizenship and education for sustainable development in teacher education (pp. 5-20). The UK Teacher Education Network for Education Sustainable Development/Global Citizenship July 2009 Conference Proceedings. London: CCCI. Shah, H., & Brown, K. (2010). Developing critical global citizenship and education for sustainable development in teacher education. In S. Inman & M. Rogers (Eds

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Ahmad Alkhawaldeh

., & Richardson, N. (2009). Research review/teacher learning: What matters. Educational Leadership, 66(5), 3–46. Day, C. (2002). Schools as learning communities: Building capacity through network learning. Education, 30(3), 19–22. Day, C., & Gu, Q. (2007). Variations in the conditions for teachersí professional learning and development: Sustaining commitment and effectiveness over a career. Oxford Review of Education, 33(4), 423–443. doi: 10.1080/0305498070 1450746 Cordingley, P., & Bell, M. (2007). Transferring learning and

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Karin Lukk, Marika Veisson and Loone Ots

. (2006) Sustainability education in Scotland: The impact of national and international initiatives on teacher education and outdoor education. Journal of Geography in Higher Education , 30(2), 313-326. Hudson, P. (2005) Characteristics of school violence and the value of family-school therapeutic alliances. Journal of School Violence , 4(2), 133-146. Juniper, C. & Moore, M. (2002) Synergies and best practices of corporate partnerships for sustainability. Corporate Environmental Strategy , 9(3), 267

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Naser Rashidi and Hussein Meihami

, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH. Lyons, N., & LaBoskey, V. K. (Eds) (2002) Narrative inquiry in practice: advancing the knowledge of teaching. New York: Teachers College Press. Maclean, R., & White, S. (2007) Video reflection and the formation of teacher identity in a team of pre-service and experienced teachers. Reflective Practice, 8, 47–60. Margo, R. (2014). Representation of the Ethiopian Multicultural Society in Secondary Teacher Education Curricula. Journal of Teacher Education for Sustainability, 16

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Maria Hofman-Bergholm

future of the sustainability discourse. University of Heidelberg, Department of Economics, Discussion Paper Series No. 527. Borg, C., Gericke, N., Höglund, H.-O., & Bergman, E. (2014). Subject- and experience-based differences in teachers’ conceptual understanding of sustainable development. Environmental Education Research , 20 , 526–551. Blewitt, J. (2008). Understanding sustainable development. London, UK: Earthscan. Christie, B. A., Miller, K. K., Cooke, R., & White, J. G. (2013). Environmental sustainability in higher education: What do

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Bahareh Khazaeenezhad, Mansoor Tavakoli and Zahra Amirian

teacher education programs and practices. Teaching and Teacher Education, 22 (8), 1020–1041. Kukk. A., & Talts, L. (2007). Teachers’ Self Assessment of their Professional Skills According to the Teachers’ Professional Standards. Journal of Teacher Education for Sustainability , 8 , 14–24. Le Compte, M. D., & Preissle, J. (1993). Ethnography and Qualitative Design in Educational Research. New York: Academic Press. Oosterheert, I. E. (2001). How student teachers learn. Groningen: UCLO. Patton, M. Q. (2002). Qualitative research & evaluation

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Rea Raus

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