The EUROPEAN PRESENTATION CONFERENCE of EUCIM-TE has taken place at the King´s College London. It was a very successful two-day conference with participants from all over Europe and the UK.
Report on the second day of the conference that was organized together with NALDIC:
Some impressions of some of the various events of the Conference:
- Friday, 12th of November 2010: welcome by Prof. Denise Lievesley, King´s College ; keynote by Prof. Dr. Hans-Joachim Roth and Dr. Joana Duarte; Poster presentation and discussion; plenary session
- Saturday, 13th of November 2010: welcome address by Mme Mady Delvaux-Stehres minister of education of Luxembourg; keynote on EUCIM-TE by Prof. Dr. Hans-Joachim Roth and Dr. Joana Duarte; address on challenges for teacher education by Ass.-Prof. Charles Berg; closing panel with UK and EU representatives; discussion (members of the EUCIM-TE Consortium)
- The European Core Curriculum is now available, see Material.
- The Needs Analysis of the partner countries have been realised (see reports): they indicate a broad need for a change in the dynamics of teacher education concerning second language learning.
- In each of the partner countries Teacher Education Partnerships (TEPs) to involve teacher pre- and in-service education institutions, schools and public authorities in the project’s work have been established (see reports ).
- The Progress Report of the project was approved by the EACEA. The work undertaken so far and reported on in the Progress Report was estimated as "10/10 = 100%". We would like to thank all contributing colleagues, project´s partners and the Teacher Education Partnerships who have supported the project´s work so far!
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