TEPE 2021 Conference

Teacher Education Policy in Europe
20-22 May 2021, Ljubljana, Slovenia

“Challenges of distance teaching in teacher education and education”

 

Theme 1: Distance teaching and learning: new challenges for teacher education policy and practice

Theme 2: Pedagogical strategies to meet and respond to challenges in distance teaching and learning

Theme 3: Problems and strategies in researching the challenges of brought forward by distance teaching and learning

Theme 4: What kind of teacher education policy (institutional, national, European level) for the times we have entered?

 

PRELIMINARY PROGRAMME

Thursday, 20 May

16.00 –

17.00

Opening plenary

Chair: Janez Krek

Virtual welcome to Ljubljana, to the Faculty of Education, University of Ljubljana

Janez Vogrinc, Dean: Welcome on behalf of the University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Education

Eve Eisenschmidt & Marco Snoek: Welcome on behalf of the TEPE network

Pavel Zgaga: Fifteen years of TEPE network: then – now – tomorrow

Janez Krek: How will we work at the conference?

Break 5 minutes – Introducing of the keynote speaker

17.00 – 18.30

Key note: Michael W. Apple, University of Wisconsin, USA

Struggling with inequalities: covid, hard realities, and the politics of teaching

- discussion

Friday, 21 May

09.00 – 10.30

 

Th1/Session 1

Chair: Eve Eisenschmidt

 

Practicum online – Initial teacher education students’ experience on teaching practicum during the covid-19 lockdown of schools in 2020 March-June

János Győri, Anikó Fehérvári, Edina Kiss, Judit Raátz

 

Practicum in time of COVID19 in Spain:  What have student-teachers learned?

Lucía Sánchez-Tarazaga, Aida Sanahuja, Paola Ruiz-Bernardo, Marta Garcia

 

E-Practicum during the lockdown of Pandemic 2020: Pre-service Teachers’ perception of their profesional competences

Ledia Kashahu (Xhelilaj)

Th2/Session 1

Chair:

Vasileios Symeonidis

 

Swiss primary teacher wellbeing in the face of distance teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic

Tina Hascher, Susan Beltman, Caroline Mansfield


The Impact of Covid19 on Education and learning in Western Balkans

Adriatik Hoxha, Gezim Jusufi, Suada Ajdarpasic, Gazmend Qorraj


Teacher Education Policy and Practice Challenges in Times of the Covid-19 Pandemic: Polish case

Joanna Madalinska-Michalak

Th3/Session 1

Chair: Sina Westa

 

How do pre-service teachers see their education in times of distance learning? – A qualitative study of university students during COVID-19

Sonja Gabriel

 

Students’ perceptions of learning and educational transitions during the pandemic

Claudia Schreiner, Livia Jesacher-Roessler, Berger, F., Roßnagl, S., Kraler, C., Hagleitner, W


Moving faces in a square: motivation and communication encumbrances in online distance teaching group work

Anja Gruden

Th4/Session 1

Chair: Pavel Zgaga

 

Can new school Covid problems put aside the old ones?

Mateja Peršak

 

Teachers and ICTs – time and time again

Anders Norberg, Nicholas Bowskill

 

Teacher Education in the Post-Bologna Context:
Challenges and Future Directions

Maria Assunção Flores

10.45 – 12.15

Th1/Session 2

Chair: Joanna Madalinska


Teaching internship online – opportunities and challenges

Mishela Ivanova, Gerda Hagenauer, Daniela Martinek,
Franz Hofmann, Matteo Carmignola, Andreas Bach

 

Update the technological skills of teachers necesse est. The re-organizational practices of school communities during the COVID-19

Loredana Perla, Laura Sara Agrati, Viviana Vinci


Professional development and work of education professionals during the pandemic COVID -19

Sanja Berčnik, Laura Rožman Krivec, Tatjana Devjak

Th1/Session 3

Chair: Anna Lindqvist


“The International Project (IPC)”: Distance Learning and Internationalisation in Teacher Training

Nataliia Demeshkant, Petra Hiebl, Klaudia Schultheis


“When technology is taking place and taking over. Practices for learning in changing times.”

Therése Haglind, Ylva Lindberg


Incursion of ICT in distance teaching from COVID-19 in Spain

Jesús Manso, Enrique Alonso-Sainz


Th1/Session 4

Chair: Janez Krek


The justice and distance teaching children with special needs

Metka Knez

 

Social presence in digital/online teacher training, a case from Sweden

Anna Martín Bylund,
Linnea Stenliden

 

Research on Learner Engagement in Covid-19 Emergency Remote Teaching and Learning: A Qualitative Meta-Synthesis Study

Iclal Can

Th4/Session 2:

Chair: Tatjana Hodnik


Lessons learnt? The EU’s responses to educational dilemmata during the Covid-19 pandemic

Vasileios Symeonidis,
Denis Francesconi, Evi Agostini

 

Conceptualising quality initial teacher education:
Taking stock of the new context

Fjolla Kaçaniku


Do we need a curriculum in teacher education?
Cocreating an innovative teacher programmes together with schools

Marco Snoek,Evelien van Geffen

12.15 – 13.00

Lunch break

13.00 – 14.30

Th1/Session 5

Chair: Erika Lofstrom

 

When Pedagogical Time Stopped: A Temporal View of the Pandemic

Nicholas Bowskill, Anders Norberg

 

Boarding school as buffer to problems and challenges in distance teaching and learning

Monika Gajser

 

Investigating the teachers’ dispositions to meet the challenges of online learning in multicultural classrooms during the COVID-19 pandemic

Marthese Spiteri,
Philip Bonanno,
Colin Calleja, Hannele Niemi, Sirkku Männikkö Barbutiu

Th2/Session 2

Chair: Joanna Madalinska


Analysing online teaching and learning activities for pupils with special educational needs and disabilities. A model of e-inclusion in Italy during the COVID-19 pandemic

Davide Parmigiani, Vincenza Benigno, Marta Giusto, Chiara Silvaggioa, Sara Sperandioa


Distance Teaching of Primary Students with Disabilities during COVID-19: Teachers’ Perspectives

Edvina Bešić, Andrea Holzinger

 

Equal opportunities for all students

Karmen Javornik, Marija Kavkler, Milena Košak Babuder

Th3/Session 2

Chair: Brian Hudson


How ready were schools, teachers and students for distance learning in Europe? Evidence from large scale assessments for primary schools

Marjeta Doupona, Melina Tinnacher, Vasileios Symeonidis, Heike Wendt


Challenges of distance teaching in teacher education and education

Donjeta Babatinca

 

Can psychophysiology help to evaluate distance teaching?

Anja Čibej, Tina Giber, Jerneja Pavlin, Gregor Geršak, Vesna Geršak

14.45 – 16.15

Th1/Session 6

Chair: Marco Snoek

 

Experiences in distance teaching and practical usage of ICT during the covid-19 epidemy of Slovenian primary school music teachers of diverse working experience

Tina Bohak Adam, Mira Metljak


How to achieve optimal teaching and learning experience in distance teaching.
The evaluation of three distance teaching methods in German in primary school

Kristina Malgaj

 

Design of tasks for online development and assessment of teaching competences: a case study

Melanie Ellis

Th2/Session 3

Chair: Tatjana Hodnik

 

The impact of the pandemic situation in preparing student teachers professionally: perceptions of students and their mentors during student teaching practice (PPT)

Nita Bakija-Haraçija

 

Online Cooperation in Teacher Education: How do teacher-education students perceive cooperative learning in an online environment?

Sina Westa

 

A new side of instructional face-to-face communication
in the context of real-time distance e-communication

Dragana Bjekić, Milevica Bojović, Milica Stojković

Th3/Session 3

Chair: Björn Åstrand

 

Student teacher identity development as transformative learning

Solveig Cornér, Marjo Savijärvi, Hannah Kaihovirta, Erika Löfström


Digital multimodal logbook – A digital bridge between university, school and workplace-based learnings for vocational teacher students

Annelie Andersén, Nina Kilbrink, Ann-Britt Enochsson & Annica Ådefors


Preservice teachers' distance learning: Comparing experiences from the first and the second COVID-19 wave

Neža Podlogar, Urška Žerak, Mojca Juriševič

 

Th4/Panel 1:

Chair: Brian Hudson


Supporting the development of teachers’ powerful professional knowledge for these times of global pandemic

Niklas Gericke

Christina Olin-Scheller

Martin Stolare

Saturday, 22 May

09.00 – 10.30

Th1/Session 7

Chair: Erika Lofstrom

 

Challenges of practical pedagogical training during distance education and learning

Nataša Zrim Martinjak

 

Challenges of linking theory and practice in distance teaching

Erika Sturk

 

Student-teachers school practice in e-environment

Dragana Bjekić, Milica Stojković

Th2/Session 4

Chair: Vasileios Symeonidis

 

The Effect of a Distance Training Program on Teachers Practices Towards Children with Dyslexia and/or Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD)

Andreadou A., Derri V., Kourtessis Th., Michalopoulou M.

 

Scaffolding in mathematics teacher education in online teaching

Aliya Bukusheva

 

Language teaching in times of uncertainty through Linguistic Landscaping – getting creative during Covid shutdown  

Klaudia Kruszynska, Mónica López, Melinda Dooly

 

 

Th4/Panel 2:

Chair: Janez Krek

 

Quality and Ethical Dilemmas in the Education of Future Teachers under the Conditions of Distance Education

Tatjana Hodnik, Janez Krek, Neža Podlogar, Janez Vogrinc

10.45 – 12.15

The TEPE Round Table

Moderator: Marco Snoek, Hogeschool van Amsterdam, the Netherlands

Participants:

  • Michael W. Apple, University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA
  • Hannah Grainger Clemson, School Policy Officer, DG for Education, Youth, Sport and Culture of the European Commission
  • Vasileios Symeonidis, Karl-Franzens-University of Graz, Austria
  • Damijan Štefanc, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Followed by a plenary discussion

12.15 – 13.00

Wrap-up, conclusions

Chair: Eve Eisenschmidt