Resources of Linpilcare conference on teachers’ professional learning

Published: Friday, 29 April 2016 Written by Super User

LINPILCARE makes available all the presentations of the conference. You can download them on the links bellow:

Day 1: Enhancing teachers' research capacitiescapacities by Äli Leijen - Institute of Education, University of Tartu

Day 1: Linpilcare Presentation by Rik Vanderhauwaert - Katholiek Onderwijs .Vlaanderen (Belgium)

Day 1: Through the looking glass: Teaching practice from an evidence-informed stance by Rutger van de Sande & Willem Maurits - Fontys University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands

Day 2: Combining Practitioner Inquiry, Learning Communities, and Academic Research: A Recipe for Powerful Professional Learning and DevelopmentCommunities, and Academic Research: A Recipe for Powerful Professional Learning and Development by Nancy Fichtman Dana - University of Florida

Day 2: Getting Started In Inquiry - Oriented Learning Community WorkOriented Learning Community Work by Nancy Fichtman Dana - University of Florida

Day 2: Bridging the gap - Research evidence as a source of inspiration for teaching practiceResearch evidence as a source of inspiration for teaching practice by Rutger van de Sande & Willem Maurits - Fontys University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands

Day 2: Learning to to work with protocolswith protocols by Barbara Lesničar & Win Peeters - Zavod RS za šolstvo (Slovenia) & Katholiek Onderwijs .Vlaanderen (Belgium)

Day 3: Coaching student teachers by means of a digital portfolio - A research on our teacher training practiceby means of a digital portfolio - A research on our teacher training practice by Karlien De Jaeger & Ele Holvoet - CVO VIVO, Kortrijk, Belgium

Day 3: Design as research - Practitioner inquiry for ‘north-people’? :)Practitioner inquiry for ‘north-people’? :) by Rutger van de Sande - Fontys University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands

Day 3: Best Practices in the Open/Flexible Learning Environment of Tartu Hansa SchoolLearning Environment of Tartu Hansa School by Karin Mitt

Day 3: Linpilcare strategy of two PLC in Flanders and examples of outcomes of their inquirytwo PLC in Flanders and examples of outcomes of their inquiry by Win Peeters - Katholiek Onderwijs .Vlaanderen (Belgium)

Day 3: How well are the Curriculum defined competencies acquired? - A first attempt for assessment in Tartu Annelinna Gymnasiumcompetencies acquired? - A first attempt for assessment in Tartu Annelinna Gymnasium by Aveliis Post

Day 3: From individual teaching to co-teaching: a first attemptto co-teaching: a first attempt by Koenraad Lemey and Sam Vercruysse - Guldensporencollege (Belgiun)

Day 3: Slovenian experience with partner schools and the role of the external facilitatorthe role of the external facilitator by Barbara Lesničar & Tomaž Kranjc - Zavod RS za šolstvo (Slovenia)

 

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