For Teacher Educators …two events and a call for papers

“Teacher Educators working with diverse groups of learners in the digital age
Free Workshop
October 17th, 2011
University of Wolverhapmton
Organised by ESCalate (Higher Education Subject Centre for Education)

* Teacher Education Advancement Network (TEAN) conference call
Call for papers for TEAN’s annual conference:  ‘Creating Effective Teachers’
‘The conference is aimed at all practitioners working in teacher education in the UK, and all other agencies with a professional interest in teacher education.’
Deadline for abstract submissions is January 20th, 2012
Conference is May 18th, 2012 – in Birmingham
[Early bird fee £150]
And if you’re new to conference submissions there are two abstract writing days:
9th January 2012 – University of Cumbria, Lancaster campus
11th January 2012 – Newman University College, Birmingham
Visit TEAN’s web site for more information

*Special Educational Needs:  Changing perspectives event – another one organised by TEAN…  ‘This event will be appropriate for all Initial Teacher Educators from HEIs or schools, and all those with an interest in teacher education.’ 
University of Cumbria Lancaster campus
On Jan 13th, 2011.  [£90 ]   More information

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