This data documents the assessment of pre-service geography teachers' (n = 100) competencies and attitudes towards the official German Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) orientation frame to determine the specific need for higher education action. The results are a high competence assessment and even higher importance assigned to the ESD-related professional competencies. In the context of ESD, pre-service teachers are most confident in their content knowledge and social and personal competencies and least confident in their pedagogical knowledge. The cross-sectional analysis shows the perceived competence level rising with the semester number and a strong positive influence of the school practice module.
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AuthorsAmmoneit, Rieke
ContributorsTurek, Andreas
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