The Annual Conference is the main annual event of the Association. The three-day (earlier longer) conference is a meeting place and platform for teacher educators and researchers from all over the world. It combines inspiring keynotes, a wide variety of papers on research and practice of teacher education, and active working sessions organised by the Research and Development Communities (RDCs) in a friendly, informal and lively atmosphere. The event also hosts the General Assembly of ATEE.
The 43rd Annual ATEE conference A future for all – teaching for a sustainable society pays attention to critical questions concerning rapid changes and citizenship in society.
Education has a responsibility to foster skills, attitudes and behavior that will lead to sustainability and inclusive growth. The urgent need to understand the past for building tomorrow with new approaches in education puts important questions in focus regarding human wellbeing, social inclusion, environmental protection and globalization. These perspectives and approaches in research and practice in teaching and teacher education is the central focus of this conference.
The conference aims to contribute to a thought-provoking discussion on these issues by challenging and problematizing the paradigms that are currently influencing research, policies and practices in the education field.
Innovation and sustainable changes in education
What kinds of innovation in education can be considered as sustainable in the long term perspective regarding human wellbeing, social inclusion, environmental protection and globalization?
Professional teachers: understanding today – building tomorrow
How can we as teachers, teacher educators and researchers contribute with new approaches in education for re-affirming democratic practices and for claiming a more equal, just and sustainable society.
Sustainable perspectives on theory and practice in teacher education
How can we challenge unsustainable routines by focusing on learning and the type of capacities that are needed for a sustainable society?
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Please choose one of the following options:
a) Invitation to get published in the book. The keynote speakers during the conference prof. Vinayagum Chinapah, prof. Milena Dragicevic Šešić and prof. Arjen Wals will contribute with a full paper related to their keynote speeches. Two keynote speakers, prof. Vinayagum Chinapah and prof. Milena Dragicevic Šešić, will also collaborate as co-editors. Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org by 23rd October 2018. We will contact you with further information and time schedule at the beginning of November.
b) Invitation to get published in Conference proceedings. The paper will be double-blind peer reviewed by members of the Academic Committee. In case of a positive review, the paper will be published in the conference proceedings. The conference proceedings will be sent for evaluation to be considered for inclusion into the Conference Proceedings Citation Index (CPCI), which is an integrated part of the Web of Science database maintained by Thomson Reuters. Please send the full paper to email@example.com by 30th November 2018, and highlight Conference Proceedings in the subject.
c) Invitation to submit to the European Journal of Teacher Education (EJTE).
For more information and guidance on how to submit, please see www.tandfonlite.com/cete. Please note that your paper will not be included in the conference proceedings/book.
For questions regarding accommodation and registration, please contact:
Maria Appelqvist | CWT Meetings & Events
Phone: +46(0)26-66 31 60
For all other questions, please contact:
Annika Elm and the Organising Committee | University of Gävle, Sweden
Phone +46(0)26-64 86 90
Changing Perspectives and Approaches in Contemporary Teaching
Dubrovnik, Croatia, 23-25 October 2017
The 42nd Annual ATEE Conference focuses on rapid changes and increasing complexity of today’s world bringing about new challenges and growing demands on education system committed to addressing all forms of disparities and inequalities in access, participation and learning outcomes, exclusion and marginalization. The central focus of this conference is the relevance of these changing perspectives and approaches in research and practice in teacher education and teaching.
Migrations, equality and inclusion
How should educators and institutions deal with migration taking into consideration diversity and promoting equality and inclusion at the same time?
Building networks in education
How can teachers embrace networking and build it to improve education?
Enhancing the quality of teacher education
How can the quality of teacher education be improved and maintained? Which aspects of this process should be emphasized?
Sustainable changes in education
We are interested in your experiences regarding initiation, implementation and continuing significant and sustainable changes in education.
Gifted educators and Gifted Education
Does pre-service and in-service education offer relevant opportunities for development of gifted educators for their and lasting benefit of gifted students, and how can it be improved?
Dr. Marylin Cochran-SmithUSA
Dr. Jasminka Ledic (Croatia)Croatia
Dr. Branko BognarCroatia
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Educating the Best Teachers: a Challenge for Teacher Education
Eindhoven, The Netherlands, 22-24 August 2016
The 41st Annual ATEE Conference focuses on the important task of teacher education to educate the best teachers, teachers who are able to stimulate the cognitive and personal development of pupils, teachers who are innovative and able to develop themselves continuously.
Teacher educators should be innovative professionals using or conducting research in order to continuously improve education. How can teacher (educator) research support the innovation of (teacher) education?
Professional roles of teacher educators
Teacher educators fulfil a lot of different roles. Do teacher educators recognise these roles and how do they value them?
School-based teacher education
Learning during the practicum is often left to chance and a conceptual framework for this type of learning is missing. What kind of educational arrangements help to widen and deepen learning at the workplace?
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The response to the call for submissions has been great: over 200 proposals have been submitted. Teacher educators will present 175 presentations, posters, workshops and round table discussions.
Teacher Education through Partnerships and Collaborative Learning Communities
Glasgow, The UK, 24-26 August 2015
The 40th ATEE Annual Conference focuses on Teacher Education through Partnerships and Collaborative Learning Communities and it aims to offer opportunities to exchange knowledge and ideas, stimulate discussion and encourage further joint activities and research in the following issues related to the conference theme:
Teacher Education through collaborative partnerships
Multiple and interconnected contexts for Teacher Education
Collaborative learning communities
Teachers’ diverse professional learning needs and their implications
Blended approaches to professional training
Mentor support and challenge for teachers’ professional learning
Teaching for diversity and creativity
Leadership for transformational change
Teacher education identities
Teacher evaluation and teaching standards
The 2014 ATEE Annual Conference focuses on Transitions in Teacher Education and Professional Identities and it aims at fostering a deep discussion of the following issues related to the conference theme:
Developing student teachers professional identities
Educating teachers for professional transitions
Educating teachers for the 21st century teaching challenges
Educational implications of the ‘Education and Training 2020’ strategic framework
In-service teacher education and professional development
Teacher identities through the life-course
Teachers coping with professional transitions
Transitions in initial teacher education
The title can include many perspectives as education is an investment in the future.
We therefore have to ask what future, or more precisely, what do we expect for the future? What do we want the future to be?
To answer those questions we have concentrated on three main tasks:
What do we think are the most severe challenges facing humans and humankind and what consequences should it have for teaching and teacher education?
What can we expect of technological development and what effects will it have on the role of teachers and students and of how we organize education in the future?
How do we educate teachers to meet a rapidly changing world? How to educate for the unexpected?
The XXXVII ATEE Annual Conference “Policies and Professionalism in Teacher Education”will be hosted by Anadolu University from 25 to 29 August 2012.
The conference will enable interaction, dialogue, knowledge exchange and creation in relation to the topics set out above through keynote addresses, parallel sessions where papers will be presented and discussed. Fifteen Research and Development Centre (RDCs)meetings will also take place during the conference where all participants have opportunities to discuss different areas of teacher education in more depth and propose and develop projects of mutual interest.
Teachers’ Life-cycle from Initial Teacher Education to Experienced Professional
Riga, Latvia, 24-28 August 2011
From 24th to 28th August 2011 the 36th Conference of the Association for Teacher Education in Europe will be held in Riga, Latvia. The conference will be hosted by the University of Latvia. Under the conference title Teachers’ Life-cycle from Initial Teacher Education to Experienced Professional the conference programme focuses on teachers’ pre-diploma studies and post-diploma professional development until they reach the quality of an experienced professional in the context of lifelong learning and continuous professional development.
Responsibility, Challenge and Support in Teachers’ Life-long Professional Development
Budapest, Hungary, 26-30 August 2010
From 26 to 30 August 2010 the 35th Conference of the Association for Teacher Education in Europe was held in Budapest, Hungary. This conference was hosted by the Association of Hungarian Teacher Educators in co-operation with the Eötvös Loránd University of Budapest and the Eszterházy Károly College of Eger.
Under the conference title ‘Responsibility, Challenge and Support in Teachers’ Life-long Professional Development’ the conference programme focused on the lifelong learning and continuous professional development of teachers and the role of pre-service and in-service teacher education.