Call for papers: 38th ATEE Annual Conference “Educating for the Future”

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Association for teachers education in Europe
Association for teachers education in Europe

I have just received an interesting Call for Papers to participate in a Seminar in Norway. I’m including theinformation below just in case you are interested in sending a proposal.

We are glad to invite you at the 38 th  ATEE Annual Conference which theme is ” Educating for the future ”

The 38 th conference will be held in Østfold University College , Norway from 22 nd to 25 th  August 2013 . The theme of the conference can be summarised as followsWhat challenges facing humans and society can be recognised as the most significant for teaching and teacher education? 

Which effects may technological development have on the roles of teachers and students? How can education be organised for the future?
How may teachers be educated to meet a rapidly changing world? How can one educate for the unexpected?
The way the conference is organised will facilitate interaction, dialogue, knowledge sharing and creation in relation to the topics set out above through keynote addresses, parallel sessions where papers will be presented and discussed. 

We hope you will find the people you meet, projects you see and ideas you share rewarding and stimulating. 

More information can be found here:
We remind you some important dates:
– 1st February 2013
Call for papers and online submission opens

– 1st April 2013
Deadline for proposal and abstracts

-1st May 2013
The organising committee will let you know if your proposal has been accepted.

Should you require more information, please contact:

Ms. Tone Skråning

Østfold University College


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