Student Teachers and Research: Keeping the focus person-centred
Thursday March 9th 4.30pm Presenter: Dr Gillian Peiser Chair: Dr Pippa Leslie
How do we engage student teachers in developing research-informed practice? How significant are their personal and emotional epistemologies? How may these differ according to previous (academic) experiences? This webinar will briefly present key findings from a recent study (Peiser, Pratt & Putwain, 2022) to provoke discussion and sharing of practice by participants.
Gillian Peiser, Andrea Pratt & David Putwain (2022) student teachers’ views about the university’s research contribution to professional knowledge development. Teaching and Teacher Education 112. doi.org/10.1016/j.tate.2022.103647
Members of the TEAN network will receive an email with reminder and weblink to join this webinar. If you are not a member of the TEAN teacher educator network please send an email request to firstname.lastname@example.org to join this webinar.
NOTE: The student teachers and research webinar above has been re-scheduled from 23rd Feb due to industrial action
Writing a powerful conference abstract
Tuesday 20th December Online Workshop
Facilitators: Pete Boyd & Richard Holme
This webinar was recorded and is available until end of February 2023: click here
This open access online webinar is aimed at teacher educators interested in developing their own academic writing or that of their students. The workshop may be of particular interest to those considering making a submission to the 2023 TEAN conference (deadline 6th January 2023).
We will consider concise general guidelines and writing strategies then discuss how participants’ research or evaluation of practice projects might be presented with powerful titles and abstracts that will get accepted at conference and attract an interested audience.