The Conference is aimed at presenting a multi-faceted perspective on teaching practices and possible trajectories of research connected with newly-employed teacher induction, discuss factors that retain young specialists in the field or facilitate their decision to shift the field of work, indicate the opportunities for establishment of an international community of newly-employed teachers.
Registration of participants
To participate as a speaker, please fill in the application form before March 15, 2022
· Working with soft skills using subject content: critical thinking, creativity, effective communication; · Best practices of using network and hybrid educational formats; · Teaching students with migration backgrounds and cross-cultural communication; · Social media and newly-employed teachers: risks and opportunities for development; · Educational strartups: from concept to delivery; · Authority of a newly-employed teacher in a modern school; · Using socio-cultural urban spaces in the teaching and learning processes.
This track will feature discussions of problematic cases, new research findings, noteworthy experiences and author’s developments.
Exchanging experiences on various (i.a. author's) methods of teaching subjects and building cross-disciplinary networks, discussing the correlation between the teaching methods applied and student achievements. Discussing special aspects of creating learning environments to develop student creativity or train experts to work in creative industries.
Discussing cases in the format of action research on the issues of self-definition, goal-setting, self-identity, self-analysis, self-design of a teacher’s position, acquisition of self skills, developing a positive professional identity.
For curators of student internships. Presenting teaching internship cases in the format of a round-table discussion. Analysing the role of teaching internship in teacher education and its importance for future career.
For experienced teachers who work with newly-employed teachers and/or participate in mentorship programmes. Presenting and discussing mentorship practices and technologies, university approaches to communicating with graduates, the difficulties of newly-employed teachers’ induction, special resource data-bases for graduates, newly-employed teachers’ communities, etc.