Teacher Education and Development

The group covers research in initial teacher education, continuing professional development and teachers’ careers.The aims of the Teacher Education and Development SIG are:

  • 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.

Latest SIG Content

The untapped potential of university–school partnerships

18 April 2018 | Blog

This article is part of the BERA Blog special issue ‘Researching the Curriculum in schools and colleges: Practice, Professionalism and Innovation’ (read more).     ‘As a result of this partnership, our school is now part of... [...]

Researching the curriculum: The value of published research

16 April 2018 | Blog

This article is part of the BERA Blog special issue ‘Researching the Curriculum in schools and colleges: Practice, Professionalism and Innovation’ (read more). How do teachers use published research? How does research change their... [...]

House of Commons symposium on teacher education policy

14 March 2018 | Blog

On 28 February 2018, a special education symposium was hosted by Mike Kane MP, shadow minister for schools, for Manchester Metropolitan University at the House of Commons. The symposium aimed to stimulate debate on teacher education policy with... [...]

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