E-Bulletin November 2019

November Webinar

We are looking forward to our first webinar of the 2019/20 season on Saturday 16th November at 2pm GMT.  Dr. Matt O´Leary will be presenting his research on classroom observation with a webinar entitled: Using classroom observation to understand and improve teaching and learning: moving from the performative to the informative. Matt is Professor of Education and Director of the Education Research Centre CSPACE at Birmingham City University. If you’d like to join us, there is no need to register. Just sign into our TTEdSIG webinar room as a guest on the day. Here’s the link: TTEd Webinar Room

Update on PCE Manchester 2020 Programme

We have also been busy putting together an exciting programme for our PCE at the IATEFL conference in Manchester this coming April. Our topic is: ‘Trends in teacher training: The needs of trainers in different contexts.’ 

And we are delighted to announce our first confirmed speakers. Penny Ur will be presenting for us on the theme of ‘In-Service Teacher Training’. Russel Stannard will be speaking about ‘Technologies that can impact on teacher training.’ 

Looking forward to meeting you there. You can keep track of new developments for the PCE here.

Best Training Practices

We are continuing to collect best practice ideas to share with the teacher training community. We now have a dedicated section on our website for all of your ideas here. Please continue to send your best practice ideas for teacher training to [email protected].

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