How are successful schools measured? By being judged ‘1’ by Ofsted? By excellent SATs or A-level results in a single year? By being popular with parents and having buoyant admissions? No. It is learning that holds the key to success for any... [...]
Teacher Education and Development
- to bring together all those with a special interest in the full continuum of teacher education – initial teacher education, induction, early professional development continuing professional development, accomplished teaching/advanced certification and leadership preparation/development across school and higher education settings;
- to promote UK-wide, comparative and international perspectives on contemporary developments in policy and practice for teacher education and teaching across the life course;
- to promote research on and for teacher education, including consideration of the work and identities of teachers and teacher educators;
- to explore and theorise the links between knowledge creation and identity across the continuum of student, teacher and teacher educator learning.
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The experiences and ‘light-bulb moment’ of an early career researcher following a BERA Postgraduate Forum symposium
Though I didn’t realise it at the time, studying while working in the early years sector marked the emergence of my research interests. I was a practitioner at the forefront of new government policies to ‘professionalise’ and ‘upskill’... [...]
The Teacher Education Advancement Network, in association with Critical Publishing You can join the day in person or by way of a Skype link. Further details below. This event is relevant to teachers (all age phases), ITE students, teacher... [...]
TEAN: Let’s talk about supporting mental health and wellbeing as part of effective learning and teaching
The Teacher Education Advancement Network You can join the day in person or by way of a Skype link. Further details below. This event is relevant to early, middle and advanced career teacher educators in organisations, schools, further... [...]
The Prevent duty (2009, 2011, 2015) is a statutory requirement upon all educational professionals to have due regard to prevent individuals being drawn into terrorism. Criticisms of the Prevent duty have been raised by a number of different... [...]
Telling stories: How can narrative practices better support education professionals during times of transition?
Why is identity problematic for teacher educators? Identity transformation for early-career teacher educators has been shown to be problematic in the move from ‘expert teacher’ to ‘novice teacher educator’ (Murray and Male, 2005). As... [...]