Teacher training is still a problematic subject in projects to reform education systems. Through the quest for quality education, it has experienced major changes in different contexts in connection with the process of "professionalization". The different mechanisms of this training must allow teachers to acquire disciplinary knowledge and develop skills in order to be able to build quality teaching and learning. In addition, there seems to be a relationship between the effectiveness of the teacher and the level of quality of his training. Study results have revealed particularly poor performance levels among students whose teachers are characterized by “poor quality education and uncontrolled knowledge in the subjects they teach” (Bidjang, S. G. , 2005). In other words: the effectiveness of teaching depends at least to a significant extent on what "the teachers bring". Morocco in the last reform took up professionalization and universitarization as new approaches to teacher training. However, despite the progress recorded in terms of educational training provision, the reform has not been accompanied through strategic measures. Training in Morocco appears to suffer from a number of shortcomings. The objective of the study is to discover, thanks to the comparison of two training systems (France and Morocco) if there are characteristics which would allow us to understand the relative "advantages" of one system compared to another, and to what extent such a comparison would help us improve Morocco's. The country in question are considered to have the best performing education systems globally. This involves carrying out a comparative documentary study, that is to say analyzing existing documents on teacher training systems by comparing them in the mentioned context.
|Publication Date||December 31, 2020|
|Published in Issue||Year 2020Volume: 18|