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TEPE conference 2017 - Education for all: issues for teacher education

Date :  du 18-05-2017 au 20-05-2017

Lieu :  Limerick

Modalité :  présentiel

Organisation :  Teacher Education Policy in Europe Network (TEPE)

Programme : 

The Teacher Education Policy in Europe (TEPE) network is an academic network that builds on the previous European collaborative projects in the field of teacher education policy - TNTEE and EUDORA.

The 2017 TEPE conference examines the extent to which the education system can serve the needs of a diverse range of learners and the role of teacher education in the pursuit of this goal. This conference will provide opportunities for teacher educators, academic researchers, educators and policy makers to interrogate the notion of ‘Education for All’ and in particular, the key role of teacher education and teacher educators therein.

The following sub-themes have been established to explore this general theme:

- Theme 1. Initial teacher education for all: attracting, supporting and preparing a diverse student teacher population

- Theme 2. Equality and Access: Who is the education system really serving?

- Theme 3. Theory, policy and practice in teacher education: Global and European perspectives on education for all.

Keynote Speakers:

- Ms. Montserrat Gomendio, Deputy Director of the Directorate for Education and Skills OECD

- Judith Warren Little, Carol Liu Professor of Education Policy, emerita, at the University of California, Berkeley

- Professor John Coolahan, Professor Emeritus of Education from National University of Ireland, Maynooth


Ressources mises à disposition à l'issue de la manifestation : 

• articles :


A selection of papers emanating from the 2017 TEPE conference in Limerick have been published in a Special Issue of Education Research and Perspectives on the theme of Education for All.

Teacher Education Reform in Ireland: Policy and Process
Áine Hyland

Exploring an integrated approach to professional development for the enhancement of English language teaching and learning 
Ana R. Luís

Mixed but not mixing: Enabling agency and collaboration among a diverse student teacher cohort to support culturally responsive teaching and learning
Miriam Hamilton and Anne O’Dwyer

‘Working-class’ student teachers: Not being encouraged at school and impact on motivation to become a teacher
Elaine Keane, Manuela Heinz and Andrea Lynch

Developing Teacher Competences in Student Teacher Populations
Zdenka Gadusova and Lubica Predanocyova

mot(s) clé(s) :  enseignant, formation des enseignants, inégalités