Becoming a Lecturer in Initial Teacher Education
|Date(s)||Wednesday 3-Monday 29 March 2010|
|Venue||London, Leeds, Glasgow and Bristol|
|Organised by||ESCalate, and supported by TEAN Teacher Education Advancement Network|
A series of workshops:
The first on 3rd March 2010 at Mary Ward House, London.
The second on 22nd March 2010 at Leeds Trinity University, Leeds.
The third on 25th March 2010 at University of Strathclyde, Glasgow.
The fourth on 29th March at University of West of England, Bristol.
The workshop will focus on raising awareness of your professional learning and development in relation to your teaching in Higher Education, your emerging scholarly and research activities and your roles and responsibilities in relation to your partner schools. It aims to provide a supportive environment for gaining more understanding about factors that impinge on professional learning in the new setting and for sharing and listening to a variety of other experiences as new teacher educators.
The workshop will support the ESCalate guidelines for the induction of new teacher educators (Boyd, Harris and Murray 2007) which are available at http://escalate.ac.uk/3662 and with recent research on the identity, pedagogy and scholarship of lecturers in teacher education.
For queries about the workshop content please contact Alison Jackson on 01524 385459 (internal 5759) or email@example.com
Please see attached flyer for more details.
Please reserve your place by completing the registration form which can be found at http://www.cumbria.ac.uk/TEAN/DiaryofEvents/2010/InitialTeacherEducation.aspx