Winter conference

The winter conferences are organised by one or more ATEE’s R&D Communities. They focus on issues studied by this specific community. Their purpose is to discuss and broaden perspectives by involving other experts into members’ reflection.

  • 2018 Winter Conference

    Technology and innovative learning

    Utrecht, The Netherlands, 15-16 February 2018

    Teachers and teacher educators are increasingly challenged to rethink their educational practices and align them with the needs of contemporary teenagers.

    Furthermore, educational researchers are faced with the complex task of studying the use of digital technology in innovative learning environments. The ambition of the 2018 Winter Conference was to combine empirical research findings with experience from practice by sharing tools, hands-on examples and teaching methodology. By doing so, we aimed to enhance the learning experience of both regular and refugee students.

    The 2018 Winter Conference was focused on the critical years of learning and development during secondary and higher education.

    // Sub-themes

    Teacher Education & Digital Technology

    This sub-theme of the conference concentrates on conceptual, theoretical and empirical research related to digital technologies in (school) education, primarily through the spectrum of teacher education.

    Professional Development of Teachers

    We encourage researchers to share findings or discussion topics that contribute to insights in various ways of professional development of teachers. We especially welcome contributions that relate to the use of technology and the creation of innovative learning environments

    Refugee Education

    Today, only 14% of young people in poor countries complete their studies up to higher education. We hope this conference theme on refugee education will bring necessary awareness as to how the role of teachers and teaching needs to evolve.

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    // Partners

  • 2014 ATEE Winter Conference

    Social Justice and Diversity in Teacher Education

    Budapest, Hungary, 15-17 April 2014

    The VI ATEE Winter Conference will be organised by the RDC Education for Social Justice, Equity and Diversity, the Faculty of Education and Psychology at ELTE University and the Hungarian Pedagogical Association.

    The theme of this conference is Social Justice and Diversity in Teacher Education.

    The conference welcomes any kind of theoretical or empirical research papers related to the conference theme from different disciplines, approaches and research traditions. Participatory, collaborative or practitioner research studies are particularly welcome, as well as policy analysis.

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  • 2013 ATEE Winter Conference

    Learning & Teaching with Media & Technology

    Genoa, Italy, 7-9 March 2013

    The conference is supported by the Research and Development Community of the ATEE “Teacher Education and Information Technology”; the Department of Education at the University of Genoa, and SIREM (Italian Society for Research on Education and Media).

    The aim of this conference is to bring together scholars, educators, researchers and policy makers who are interested in investigating the media and technology challenges to build and create a meaningful learning environment.

    // Publications

  • 2012 ATEE Winter Conference

    Professional development of teacher educators: Bringing together policy, practice and research

    Coimbra, Portugal, 2-4 April 2012

    This conference is the first-ever to focus on teacher educators. It is the result of a collaboration between the Research and Development Community of the ATEE“Professional Development of Teacher Educators”, the Mofet Institute in Tel Aviv and theUniversity of Coimbra.

    During the conference, a variety of activities will take place to ensure both the exchange of academic research as well as reflection on policy and practice, such as expert keynote presentations, paper presentations of research, and sessions which share the experience of teacher educators. In addition, staff members from the Mofet Institute will give workshops about their work with teacher educators.

    // Publications

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