...

Pre-conference programme

by user

on
Category:

education

39

views

Report

Comments

Transcript

Pre-conference programme
1. Programme Outline
Monday, July 4th
Tuesday, July 5th
9h30 – 10h00
ISATT Pre-Conference Registration
9h30 – 11h00
Professor Geert Kelchtermans
“Recipes, rules of thumb and raw surprises:
tales from the qualitative methodology
kitchen”.
10h00 – 11h00
Dr. Paulien Meijer
“Becoming a researcher”
11H00 - 11H30 Coffee Break
11H00 - 11H30 Coffee Break
11h30 – 13h00
Oral Presentations
11h30 – 12h45
Publishing in Teachers and Teaching:
Theory and Practice (TTTP)
12h45 – 13h00
Pre-Conference Closing
LUNCH
14h30 – 16h30
Oral Presentations
16h30 – 17h00 Coffee break
17h00 – 18h30
Oral Presentations
19h30 – 20h30
Pre-Conference Get-together Evening
2. Scientific Programme
MONDAY, 4TH JULY, 2011
10h00 – 11h00
Dr. Paulien Meijer - “Becoming a researcher”
TUESDAY, 5TH JULY, 2011
9h30 – 11h00
Professor Geert Kelchtermans
“Recipes, rules of thumb and raw surprises: tales from the qualitative methodology
kitchen”.
Anfiteatro do Centro Multimédia (Institute of Education)
11h30 – 12h45
Publishing in Teachers and Teaching: Theory and Practice (TTTP)
Ian White, Taylor and Francis, Publisher of TTTP
Christopher Day, Editor-in-Chief, University of Nottingham, UK
Cheryl J. Craig, Executive Editor, University of Houston, USA
In this session, the publisher, editor-in-chief, and executive editor will discuss the official journal of
ISATT, Teachers and Teaching: Theory and Practice. The session will provide background to the
publishing world, describe the life cycle of a manuscript, and common challenges faced by authors.
The workshop will also include some of the characteristics of TTTP's most popular articles and a
discussion of feature issues. Attendees at the workshop are invited to bring their questions to the
session.
3. Oral Presentations
MONDAY, 4TH JULY, 2011
11h30 – 13h00
Chair:
Paulien Meijer,
Utrecht
University, The
Netherlands
Room
Chair:
Cheryl J. Craig,
University
of
Houston, USA
Room
20
21
#90
Convergence between practice and professional development of
teacher educators in pedagogy courses in the light of curriculum
development theories
Luzimar Barbalho &, José Augusto Pacheco
University of Minho, Portugal
#238
An Orientation of the Heart: Exploring the Lived Experience of
Hope in Teaching
Joy Chadwick
University of Calgary, Canada
#375
Investigating Curriculum Changes in Engineering Education: The
Perspective of Students, Staff and Employers
Diana Mesquita
University of Minho, Portugal
#382
University teachers’ practical knowledge: a process construction
within the relationship with personal epistemological frame.
Lorena Cruz Garcette & José Luis Medina
University of Barcelona, Spain
#35
Exploring “teacher commitment”:
Listening and learning from teachers
Odile de Comarmond, Jane Abbiss & Susan Lovett
University of Canterbury, New Zealand
#72
Conceptions of primary school teachers about science education:
relevance for innovative classroom activities
Conceição Costa & Isabel P. Martins
University of, Aveiro, Portugal
#330
Empowered students and teachers-researchers: Sharing knowledge
with each other
Luciana Venâncio & Luiz Sanches Neto
Unesp – Universidade Estadual Paulista, Brazil
#390
Life skills training in a digital culture – Challenges and
Opportunities for Higher Education Students
Vânia Linhares & Rute F. Meneses
Universidade Fernando Pessoa, Portugal
14h30 – 16h30
Chair:
Paulien Meijer,
Utrecht
University, The
Netherlands
Chair:
Cheryl J. Craig,
University of
Houston, USA
Room
20
Room
21
#262
Teachers’ perspectives on differentiated instruction in immigrant
training
Marianne Seppä
The University of Helsinki, Finland
#279
The Portuguese Governmental “Full Time School” Programme:
contracts, partnerships and children’s perspectives
Maria Cristina Antunes & Fernando Ilídio Ferreira
Universidade do Minho, Portugal
#318
Problem setting and reflections on one teacher-researcher’s
educational practice: May the students be subjects of the
relationship with knowledge in Physical Education classes?
Luciana Venâncio & Mauro Betti
Unesp – Universidade Estadual Paulista, Brazil
#369
A new exportation of technology island : inquiring the parents from
Hsinchu Science Park with their expectations in science curriculum
of Waldorf school in Taiwan
Mai Chinya
National Taipei University of Education,Taiwan, R.O.C
#55
An understanding of how teachers learn:
The Maltese context
Michelle Attard Tonna
University of Aberdeen, UK
#120
“Teacher professionalism” in the tension between policy and
profession
Sølvi Mausethagen & Lise Granlund
Oslo University College, Norway
#142
Brazilian university and national network of continuing education of
teachers: boundaries and advances to professional development
Diego Jorge Ferreira
Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil
#192
Transmissive teaching in primary school education –
a case study of an in service program
Elza Mesquita,
Polytechnic Institute of Bragança, Portugal
João Formosinho & Joaquim Machado
University of Minho, Portugal
17h00 – 18h30
Chair:
Paulien Meijer,
Utrecht
University, The
Netherlands
Room
Chair:
Cheryl J. Craig,
University of
Houston, USA
Room
20
21
#125
Believes about dyslexia: the teachers’ perspective
Marta Reis de Almeida
Portugal
#266
Understanding teachers’ work and culture: an organizational
analysis of the transformations occurred in a “cluster of schools” in
the context of Portuguese educational reforms
Maria Emília Mendes & Fernando Ilídio Ferreira
University of Minho - Portugal
#202
The Teacher’s embodied knowledge
Heli Kauppila
Theatre Academy of Finland, Finland
#312
Teachers-researchers: Between what they think and what they do
Luiz Sanches Neto, Samuel de Souza Neto & Mauro Betti
Unesp – Universidade Estadual Paulista, Brazil
#89
A training for teachers of elementary education mediated by
supervision: challenges and opportunities
José Rodrigues da Silva Filho
University of Minho - Portugal
#133
Dyslexic Teachers’ Agency In Becoming A More Internationally
Oriented Educator
Eila Burns
JAMK University of Applied Sciences, Finland
#350
Efficacy beliefs at school: perceptions of principals, teachers and
school collective.
Daniela Couto Guerreiro-Casanova
Unicamp - Brazil
#387
Evaluation of Mathematics Curriculum Management in Level III
Professional Courses of secondary education.
Sandra Jorge Santos, Teresa Bixirão Neto & Maria João Loureiro,
Aveiro University – Portugal
#406
The ‘qualities’ of music teachers: Composing a more holistic
approach
Carmen Carrillo
University Autonoma of Barcelona, Spain
Fly UP