Teacher Education Advancement Network (TEAN)
professional learning community for teacher educators
Thursday and Friday 6 & 7 May 2021 Manchester, England
PLEASE NOTE: All proposals that were accepted through peer review for the 2020 TEAN conference are already accepted for 2021. Authors may amend their proposals on-line or withdraw their proposals by contacting the LED Event Manager (email@example.com). This call is for NEW proposals… we are adjusting the conference schedule to allow for more submissions.
Deadline for submission: Monday 18 January 2021
In submitting your proposed contribution you will need to provide a concise title (140 characters maximum) and a 400 word abstract. All proposals should focus on either critical evaluation of innovative practice or on research in teacher education – see the aims of TEAN below. Proposals should include up to six key references to signal delegates to the underpinning theory and research. There are four different formats to choose from. Proposed contributions are peer-reviewed and then considered by at least two committee members. In some cases you may be given an opportunity to amend your proposal and you may be asked to switch formats depending on the programme requirements.
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For general enquiries please contact Linda Shore firstname.lastname@example.org If you would like to discuss your proposed contribution to conference then contact Linda and she will direct you to a committee member for informal advice.
- Call for conference contributions
- Submission guidelines
- Conference programme 2021
- Registration and accommodation
- Exhibiting and sponsorship
- Previous conference programme
TEAN aims to:
- work for social justice through teaching and teacher education
- support the professional learning and career development of teacher educators
- showcase and develop powerful innovative pedagogies for teacher education
- showcase and develop high quality research in teacher education
- develop collaborative knowledge exchange across teacher education partnerships
- build strong collective leadership in teacher education
- connect and collaborate with other teacher education networks