Teacher Education for Equity and Sustainability Network Conference 2022.
Key event will this year focus on "Re-Imagining Teacher Education: Transforming Learning for a Just and Sustainable World".
Join an open gathering of Global Education and Learning research professionals to hear about new research in the field, and to network.
This face to face gathering is the open, public session of a day-long meeting of a relatively new grouping of UK researchers interested in research on Global Education & Learning: the ANGEL / TEESNET Partnership Network. If you are a member of this network, and want to attend the associated network meeting starting at 10:30 at the same venue, please be in touch with Kester Muller.
Come along to learn more about this group, as well as to hear a diverse panel of presenters talk about their research on Global Citizenship Education (GCE) and related topics.
This meeting has been proposed, and is led by: Andrea Bullivant (Liverpool Hope) on behalf of TEESNet, Doug Bourn (IOE, UCL's Faculty of Education & Society) on behalf of ANGEL, and Karen Pashby (Manchester Metropolitan).
It is hosted and financially supported by the Education and Social Research Institute at Manchester Metropolitan University.
Please register for a place as the meeting venue has limited capacity.
Karen Pashby and Doug Bourn will open the meeting, providing an overview of the genesis of the ANGEL / TEESNET Partnership Network, and potential future directions.
A selection of 7 network members from around the UK will deliver bitesize presentations that will identify either a past, present, or future insight for research into GCE.
Two more in depth presentations from emerging researchers.
This meeting would not have been possible without the contribution and coordination of the Education and Social Research Institute at Manchester Metropolitan University - an inclusive and radical research space producing world-leading research in both local and global contexts.
The Academic Network on Global Education & Learning (ANGEL) network is the most comprehensive network of Global Learning professionals, with members in more than 70 countries. ANGEL facilitates the sharing of research and news, organises networking and conferences, and aims to form a pool of experts which can become a resource for policymakers in search of strong research grounding for policy development.
TEESNet (Teacher Education for Equity and Sustainability Network) aims to develop a UK wide community of practice in Education for Sustainable Development and Global Citizenship within teacher education in higher education and schools, that shares research and practice to develop new understanding across the sector in the UK and beyond.