The aim of this online survey is to learn more about the digital competences of teacher educators in Initial Teacher Education. By ‘teacher educators' we mean the lecturers and tutors who are teaching either primary and/or secondary (all subjects) student teachers to become the next generation of future teachers.
ITELab project focuses on the development of digital pedagogical skills of future teachers, with three strands: monitoring and research; co-design and piloting of new content; knowledge exchange through an online ITE Forum.
ITELab Case Studies (2018): Preparing student teachers for the future classroom - five case studies of university-school collaboration10/10/2018
Featuring examples from Norway (University of Agder), Ireland (University College Dublin), UK (Newcastle University), Italy (University of Perugia) and Portugal (Polytechnic Institute of Santarém).,/b>
Student teachers participating in an ITELab event organised in Brussels answer questions about the project and how it will help them in their careers as teachers.
Featured video interviews with university and industry representatives.
Results from latest monitoring of research and survey results of digital pedagogy in initial teacher education (ITE)24/09/2018
The publication of the ITELab monitoring report (2018) shows the increasing focus first, on initial teacher education in education policy and practice, and second, on the importance of developing the student teachers' digital pedagogy skills.
Innovative pedagogy using ICT, and international collaboration are just a few of the practical experiences that the ITELab project aims to provide student teachers with, helping prepare them for their future profession, and giving them a significant head-start for the beginning of their careers.
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ITELab fosters innovation and knowledge exchange in Initial Teacher Education (ITE) between universities, companies and policymakers. All are welcome to join ITELab as unfunded Associate Partners.
Some partners and associate partners from the ITELab and Next Lab projects, met at the recent 3rd Scientix Conference (May 2018) to discuss ideas for developing the ITE Forum.