Korea National University of Education (Acronym: KNUE; Hanguk Kyowon Daehakgyo, colloquially Kyowondae) is a South Korean national university which specializes in teacher training and educational research. It comprises four colleges and three graduate schools. The student body consists of about 2,400 undergraduate and 3,300 graduate students. The university is widely regarded as the top South Korean university in the field of education.
As the most prestigious national institution for teacher training and educational research, the university collectively prepares kindergarten, primary school, and secondary school teachers. It also provides continuous teacher education and conducts comprehensive educational research.
The university conducts pre-teacher training in undergraduate course. It offer dual majors regardless of kindergarten, primary, or secondary education. Also, it trains professional teachers in graduate schools.
The university runs the Center for In-service Education which provides reeducation and professional training for current teachers. It enhances the professionality of the Staff Development Programs. The university develops the capability of teachers to solve problems on the school-site.
It explores educational theories and problems in school education and develops new educational theories, materials and policies. The university also makes a feedback of research results from school educators.
The following is the list of proceedings by scholars from Korea National University of Education that are published in OMICS International journals and conferences.