A three part workshop for new Teacher Educators
Integrated with a conference on Teacher Education at the 10th TEAN Conference 9th and 10th May 2019
Teacher Education Advancement Network
Aston Conference Centre, Birmingham
In association with
The highly successful ‘Becoming a Teacher Education’ workshops have been held annually since 2007 and have provided an element of academic induction for more than 500 colleagues who are in their first year or two of appointment to new roles as Teacher Educators based in higher education, colleges and schools.
The workshops are integrated with the annual TEAN Conference. They will consist of three linked sessions that will address the challenges of professional identity, workplace context, pedagogy, and research activity for Teacher Educators. Integration with the conference means that participants will also be able to take part in a range of keynote lectures and research presentations and discuss these as part of the workshop.
The workshops are designed for all those who are relatively new to teacher education work (for example up to three years in the role), whether based in schools, colleges or in higher education. The workshop provides a challenging perspective on the pedagogy of teacher education and on the place of scholarship and research in the work of different teacher educator roles. It aims to provide a supportive environment for sharing experiences and for considering useful strategies and resources for building practice and identity as a teacher educator.
The integrated Becoming a Teacher Educator workshops, together with the TEAN conference, provide a unique experience for you and excellent networking opportunities.
Two online publications provide useful open access pre-reading for the workshop:
Becoming a teacher educator: guidelines for induction - Guidelines
Being a school-based teacher educator: developing pedagogy and identity in facilitating work-based higher education in a professional field Practitioner Research in Higher Education - available at https://ojs.cumbria.ac.uk/index.php/prhe/article/view/135