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Scientific Committee:

Prof. UWr. dr hab. Teresa Bruś (University of Wroclaw)
Prof. DSW dr hab. Hana Červinková (University of Lower Silesia)
Univ.- Prof.Christian Kraler (University of Innsbruck)
Prof. DSW dr hab. Lotar Rasinski (University of Lower Silesia)
Dr. Vasileios Symeonidis (University of Innsbruck)
Dr. Josefine Wagner (University of Innsbruck)

Organisers:

Financial Support:

The conference is part of a project that has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie-Sklodowska-Curie grant agreement number 676452.

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Contact:

International Institute for the Study of Culture and Education
University of Lower Silesia
iisce@dsw.edu.pl

International Perspectives in Teacher Education

Wrocław, Poland, May 13-15, 2019

 

The aim of the conference was to bring together doctoral researchers from the University of Innsbruck and the University of Lower Silesia to share knowledge and practices in teacher education and school research. Our focus was on spanning the continuum of theoretical, methodological and practical knowledge and competencies of researchers from different contexts in order to develop deeper understanding of the realities and discourses of teacher education and school research in contemporary Europe.

The conference was a collaborative international venture that developed based on the European Doctorate in Teacher Education (EDiTE), a Horizon 2020 multinational EU project. The intention was to build on the established expertise and network and create the opportunity for a larger network of emerging researchers to think and work together in developing their projects in the European dimension.

DAY 1 – RESEARCHERS’ PRESENTATIONS

The purpose of the first day was to hear 15-minute presentations from all researchers to provide grounds for further feedback and work during the summer school. Every researcher spoke about her or his research for 15 minutes followed by 15 minutes of discussion with the audience.

Ann-Kathrin Dittrich, University of Innsbruck:

Bartłomiej Solka, University of Lower Silesia:

DAY II – FOCUS ON ACADEMIC PRESENTATION/WRITING AND INDIVIDUAL PROJECT CONSULTATIONS

The goal of the first part of the second day was to provide professional guidance in academic presentation and writing in the English language. Researcher took part in an intensive Academic Writing seminar run by prof. Teresa Bruś.

In the afternoon researchers had the opportunity to discuss their projects with supervisors.

DAY III – REFLECTIONS AND MOVING FORWARD

The purpose of the last day was to create space for reflection both conceptual and personal. We began with a philosophical lecture by prof. Lotar Rasiński entitled: Socratic Education Today followed by discussion.

After a short break we had an open round table session lead by prof. Christian Kraler with all participating (researchers and supervisors) focused on various aspects of our research.