3rd Teacher Education Advancement Network Annual Conference May 18th 2012
Creating effective teachers
Venue: Conference Aston, Birmingham (Business School Conference Centre and Hotel)
The 3rd TEAN conference is sponsored by the Higher Education Academy
TEAN and the HEA working together for the future of teacher education
The TEAN conference is established as a significant event in the calendar for teacher educators and teacher education. Our third conference considers the theme of ‘Creating effective teachers’, a subject which lies at the heart of what we do and concerns policy makers, teachers, teacher educators, student teachers, and most importantly the children and young people in the present and future generations of the world.
What delegates said about the conference last year
‘TEAN gives a forum for friendly and supportive discussions.’
‘Great to be there - good atmosphere; speakers; papers - and general engagement!’
‘I thoroughly enjoyed the TEAN conference whilst at the same time found the ideas discussed challenging.’
‘The TEAN conference was a very useful day and a great success.’
TEAN is delighted to welcome Dr Caroline Daly to give this year’s keynote. Dr Daly is a Senior Lecturer at the Institute Of Education, University of London, where for three years she was Assistant Director of the Centre for Excellence in Work-based Learning for Education Professionals. Having taught in secondary schools for eleven years, at the IOE she has worked extensively in both Initial Teacher Education and Continuing Professional Development (CPD), leading the development of partnership approaches to school-based masters provision. Her particular interest is in teacher agency and collaborative professional development which impacts on students, exploring opportunities for professional learning within the current CPD landscape. Her research background is in professional learning, e-learning and teacher education. She has published widely for both research and practitioner audiences, including articles in the Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, Journal of In-Service Education, E-Learning and Teaching in Higher Education. She is co-editor of New Designs for Teachers’ Professional Learning (Bedford Way Papers, 2007), which examined masters-level support for teachers in diverse UK contexts.
Who is the conference for?
The conference is aimed at all practitioners working in teacher education in the UK, and all other agencies with a professional interest in teacher education. The conference will also resonate with colleagues from the international sector and we welcome papers from an international perspective. Our focus is on schools, however, transferable knowledge from other sectors is most welcome at the conference.
For more information, please access the following link: Flyer
For the programme, please click: Programme
The abstract book is now available for you to start planning your day.
Links to Conference 2011
The report from last year’s conference which includes a range of PowerPoint and other presentations is available to download for further reference.
If you are interested in a stand or supplying literature for delegate packs for this conference, please contact TEAN.
Getting to Conference Aston
We have chosen Birmingham for the conference this year as its central location will hopefully make it easily accessible for colleagues from all parts of the UK.
For directions to the Conference Aston Business School Conference and Hotel, please click: Travel directions
This venue is in the heart of Birmingham, a short walk or taxi ride from New Street Station and close to motorway links and Birmingham airport. Conference Aston offers award winning conference facilities and hotel accommodation.
Car Parking - Conference Aston offers a number of dedicated Car Parking spaces on their campus Car Parks for delegates attending events. Parking can be prebooked and paid for through their website www.conferenceaston.co.uk
Registration before and including the 20th April 2012 will attract the discounted early bird fee of £150 pp. The fee for registrations received after 20th April 2012 will be £165 pp.
There will be up to eight parallel sessions running throughout the day, therefore to maximise your institutions engagement with the conference you may well want to consider multiple registrations from your institution. Each person must register separately.
How to book
Our preferred method of payment is by credit card.
To reserve your place please complete the online registration
For University of Cumbria, Faculty of Education staff please complete Professional Development Activity Funding form in addition to registering.
Please note: Registering online does not guarantee your place until full payment has been received.
Closing date for registrations: 27th April 2012