News and Events
Please contact Sarah Fletcher if you would like to advertise an event of relevance to teacher research. Try to give as much notice as possible.
What happened in 2006?
Action Research Conference
Have you seen Teaching Today for Tomorrow? Click for this on-line journal
Congratulations to Rachele Morse and Donna Chipping for publication of their paper presented at the National Teacher Research Panel Conference. Click here: Using a supportive mentoring relationship to aid independent action research
Emma Kirby completed a superb submission as part of her MA at Bath
Spa University, entitled 'Research
and the Professional'
The John Bentley School in Calne, Wiltshire. Part Two of the Mentor Development Event sponsored by the TDA. Sessions include 'Structured Mentoring' and 'Web-based resources for Mentors' Professional Development'. Powerpoint presentation for Structured Mentoring in ITT. Click here
The John Bentley School in Calne, Wiltshire. A full day workshop, sponsored by the Training and Development Agency for school-based mentors in initial teacher training.
Thanks to the Knowledge Media Lab at the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching for hosting us and supporting our work. See our feature in the Winter KEEP newsletter at http://www.cfkeep.org
Conference for the National
Teacher Research Panel
26th February - 5th March
Thanks to colleagues and friends in Japan for a wonderful programme where we learnt about teachers' professional development in schools.
Creative Partnerships School Coordinators' Conference
The news and events highlighted in this area of Teacher Research.net are regularly updated so please do keep checking in. Major research events such as the British Educational Research Association Conference and the conference for the American Educational Research Association advertise deadlines for submission of papers well in advance. If you would like to submit your work for presentation as a paper, poster or round table discussion make sure that you start to plan well in advance of this date. Competition at the major conferences is often very high and it is important to look carefully at the theme of the conference and embed this in any proposal you make.
Click on the buttons to the left to see a selection of news and events relating to teacher research at local (in Bath and surrounding counties) and inter/nationally.
Updated 12th February 2007
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