ASSOCIATION FOR TEACHER EDUCATION IN EUROPE
- January 11, 2017The Association for Teacher Education in Europe (ATEE) is an international not for profit association founded in 1976 and based in Belgium. Its main aims are: i) to contribute to the development of both initial and continuous teacher education at all levels; and ii) to promote scientific research and the dissemination of related results. As a part of its mission accomplishment, since 2015, ATEE grants awards to outstanding research on Teacher Education. Sponsored by Routledge, the awards aim at recognizing and promoting research on teacher education at all levels, by researchers with different research experience, as well as at fostering […]
- November 24, 2016
Call for Papers for the ATEE members – Being a Teacher Educator: Improving Teacher Education from WithinIn 2009 ATEE published a book with the title ‘Becoming a Teacher Educator: Theory and Practice for Teacher Educators’. Now, seven years later, it is time for a new book. As this book succeeds the first ATEE book that focused on beginning teacher educators, we will now look for contributions about experienced and expert teacher educators. The book is edited by Elizabeth White (University of Hertfordshire, UK) and Anja Swennen (VU University, Amsterdam, The Netherlands). This call is for ATEE members. If you are interested in submitting a chapter to ‘Being a Teacher Educator please send an expression of interest to Anja […]
- November 7, 2016Secondary school teachers in Europe are kindly invited to collaborate with another school and create an innovative project: Register here until 17th March 2017! Students from both classes will be invited to share and confront their daily behavior as energy consumers in terms of mobility (e.g. their parents’ car use), heating and cooling, thermal insulation, lighting, water use (bathing, washing, and gardening), energy efficiency of household appliances and even electrical appliances (including mobile phones, headphones, tablets and computers), etc. Once they track their energy footprint, students of both classes would share their work and collaborate in order to create all together an Online […]
- October 25, 2016Robotics-based learning interventions for preventing school failure and Early School Leaving (ROBOESL http://roboesl.eu/ ) ERASMUS+ project, the University of Latvia (UL) and Association for Teacher Education in Europe (ATEE) invite teachers, educationalists, students and others to attend the ATEE Spring Conference 2017 which will take place in Riga on 12-13 May 2017. The conference theme is “Innovations, technologies and research in education”. More information: http://www.eduinf.lu.lv/pn/index.php?id=theme As the conference is organized in the frame of the project Robotics-based learning interventions for preventing school failure and Early School Leaving then special attention will be paid to robotics and its application in the teaching/learning process. We invite […]
- October 12, 2016Due to its potential for positive impact on business innovation and skills as well as university engagement and student employability, the European Commission has commissioned a wide-ranging study on cooperation between higher education institutions and public and private organisations in Europe.