TEAN Talking Webinars

TEAN Talking: What Should We Teach New Teachers?

Wednesday 26 January 2022 – 16.00 –17.30 by TEAMS

This webinar provides stimuli for dialogue around issues relating to what we should teach in initial teacher education (ITE) and those who have recently entered the profession.  As we welcome in the new academic year, we share vignettes illustrating ways in which curricular and pedagogies are developed.  This session will also include opportunities for dialogue and networking with colleagues to share your own research and experience in this area.   If you would like to join this dialogue about this current issue in teacher education please register here.

TEAN Talking:  Whose Cognitive Load? 

Wednesday 9 March 2022 – 16.00 -17.30 by TEAMS

This webinar will focus on layers of thinking about Cognitive Load Theory in initial teacher education (ITE).  We will propose ways in which this might be important to practice in terms of understanding children’s learning, student teacher learning and teacher educator professional learning.  This session will also include opportunities for dialogue and networking with colleagues to share your own research and experience in this area.   

We are running this series of free webinars to support sustained dialogue and interaction for colleagues working in teacher education during a time when it’s harder to stay connected and find opportunities to talk together.  The session is an hour and a half – and we will have three contributors each talking for a short time to stimulate dialogue. If you would like to join this dialogue about this current issue in teacher education please register here.

TEAN Talking: How Can We Hear Voices Through Creative Methods? 

Monday 20 June 2022 16.00-17.30 by TEAMS

This webinar will focus on initially sharing three approaches to creative methods used in education research and professional enquiry.  We will share vignettes illustrating ways in which research approaches have been used as a stimulus for dialogue.  This session will also include opportunities for networking with colleagues to share your own research and experience in this area.   If you would like to join this dialogue about this current issue in teacher education please register here.

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