ITTE Research and Practice Conference 2012
Thursday 5th – Saturday 7th July 2012 at St Anne’s College, Oxford
ITTE are pleased to announce the new style ITTE conference for 2012, to be held in the beautiful venue of St Anne’s College, Oxford. This will be the first in a new series of combined conferences, with a research strand, which replaces the previous biennial Research seminar, and the traditional annual practice-based conference.
Given the continuing uncertainty about developments in Initial Teacher Education (ITE) and the apparent threat to Information and Communication Technology (ICT) as a subject in the new English National Curriculum, this will be an excellent opportunity to hear experts’ views and to discuss the opportunities for and challenges to ICT/Computing/Technologies in Education and Initial Teacher Education more widely.
The programme will include key note speakers who are national and international experts in ITE and ICT/Computing, papers and posters on ITE and Technologies and discussion groups on a range of topics relevant to ITE and ICT/Computing in Education, providing participants with a stimulating three days of debate, discussion, socialising and networking.
Who should attend?
Anyone with an interest in the training of teachers and/or the use of technology in education.
- Teacher trainers
- Student teachers
- ICT consultants (education)
- Policy makers (education)
- Policy makers (ICT/Computing)
- Researchers (education)
- Researchers (technology in education)
- Researchers (teacher training/education)