ATEE 2017 - 42nd Annual ATEE Conference - Changing Perspectives and Approaches in Contemporary Teaching
du 23-10-2017 au 25-10-2017
Association for Teacher Education in Europe (ATEE)
The 42nd Annual ATEE Conference focuses on rapid changes and increasing complexity of today’s world bringing about new challenges and growing demands on education system committed to addressing all forms of disparities and inequalities in access, participation and learning outcomes, exclusion and marginalization. The central focus of this conference is the relevance of these changing perspectives and approaches in research and practice in teacher education and teaching.
- Migrations, equality and inclusion
Nowadays in times of global changes many countries face the problem of migration – on the one hand, migrants arriving in a country, and on the other, brain drain. How should educators and institutions deal with migration taking into consideration diversity and promoting equality and inclusion at the same time?
- Building networks in education
Networking in education includes not only the use of networking technologies for teaching and learning purposes but also the interconnection and joint communication of different institutions and communities aimed at improving various aspects of education. How can teachers embrace networking and build it to improve education?
- Enhancing the quality of teacher education
The quality of teacher education may be enhanced in different ways (e.g. through stimulating teaching or learning environment, by using new technologies, accessing adequate resources, having suitable facilities, having the opportunity and institutional support for professional development or for conducting research, etc.). How can the quality of teacher education be improved and maintained? Which aspects of this process should be emphasized?
- Sustainable changes in education
The process of changes in education takes place in complex social circumstances where external forces such as parents, local community, technology, corporations and state politics play an important role. Still, external forces should not be expected to offer solutions for reaching the quality of educational practice since that is primarily teachers' concern. It is only possible to introduce sustainable changes in education when teachers become change agents. Therefore, we are interested in your experiences regarding initiation, implementation and continuing significant and sustainable changes in education.
- Gifted educators and Gifted Education
Highly able, committed and creative may choose, pursue, master and further develop basic and higher education as their giftedness performance area. Contemporary work of gifted educators is of importance to development of field of Gifted Education (GE) as well. How do we identify, support, educate and honour current and future gifted educators and their gifted students throughout their interactive developmental path? Does pre-service and in-service education offer relevant opportunities for development of gifted educators for their and lasting benefit of gifted students, and how can it be improved?
Marilyn Cochran-Smith is the Cawthorne Professor of Teacher Education for Urban Schools and Director of the Ph.D. Program in Curriculum and Instruction at the Lynch School of Education, Boston College. A teacher education scholar and practitioner for more than 40 years, Professor Cochran-Smith is a frequent presenter nationally and internationally and is widely known for her work about teacher education research, practice and policy and for her sustained commitment to teacher education for social justice with inquiry as the centerpiece.
Professor Jasminka Ledić, Ph.D. has been a full professor with tenure employed at the Department of Education at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Rijeka University since 1982. She has published a number of research and professional papers in the area of education, related to higher education, the European dimension in education, history of education and civil society.
Branko Bognar, Associate Professor, was a primary school teacher for six years and a pedagogue in a primary school. His main professional interest is connected with introducing changes into educational practice whose aim is to break the boundaries of traditional teaching.
Les résumés de l'ensemble des contributions sont rassemblés dans un document téléchargeable (pdf, 412 pages).
mot(s) clé(s) :
inégalités, formation des enseignants, pratique pédagogique, communauté de pratique