Teacher Education – updates from TEAN

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 *Becoming a teacher educator – an event to be held in four locations –
16 March – London
23March – Carlisle
29 March – Leeds
7 April – Bristol
‘The workshops provide a challenging perspective on the pedagogy of teacher education and on the place of scholarship and research in the role of teacher educators. They aim to provide a supportive environment for sharing experiences and for considering useful strategies and resources for building practice and identity as a teacher educator’.
 
These are ESCalate workshops supported by TEAN, [the Teacher Education Advancement Network] and working with UEL and the University of Cumbria.  See the web page.  Costs £30

 

*Issue 2 of the Teacher Education Advancement Network  journal is now available on the TEAN website
This is an online journal aimed at teacher educators…The journal looks to publish papers from experienced colleagues as well as to encourage and support new researchers and writers in teacher education.  You can get involved in a number of ways:

  • Submit a paper to the journal – the guidelines can be found on the website
  • Elect to review for the TEAN journal as an experienced reviewer and contribute to TEAN’s work in supporting new researchers and writers, as well as helping colleagues new to reviewing.
  • Elect to review for the TEAN journal as an inexperienced reviewer. TEAN is committed to helping novice reviewers and you will be given guidance and training for this task.

 
* See also the TEAN conference call mentioned earlier – deadline 21st January

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Keeping in touch with HE: for HE in FE / HE staff. Oriented towards: *Staff Development - esp. relating to teaching, learning and scholarship. *Supporting student transition to HE level study and their engagement / progression. *Policy updates that have impact on the sector. *Links to partners and partner activities (like the Higher Education Academy)
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