Philosophy within Initial Teacher education
On Tuesday 21 March, Leeds Trinity University will host Philosophy within Initial Teacher education – a Philosophy of Education Society of Great Britain West Yorkshire Branch Seminar.
The seminar will be presented by Dr Janet Orchard, Senior Lecturer in the Graduate School of Education, and the Centre for Researching Education Across Boundaries at the University of Bristol.
Janet is the co-author of a PESGB IMPACT series paper: 'What training do teachers need? Why Theory is necessary to good teaching' (2015). More recently, she has published a paper entitle 'Philosophy for Teachers (P4T): Developing new teachers' applied ethical decision making' (2016).
This seminar will be of particular interest to all those involved with the initial training, and professional development of teachers, and also to those currently undertaking teacher training.
About the PESGB West Yorkshire Branch
Leeds Trinity University is proud to be the base for the West Yorkshire Branch of the Philosophy of Education Society of Great Britain. Chaired by Dr Amanda Fulford, the PESGB West Yorkshire Branch will host a series of seminars, reading groups and film nights throughout the 2016-17 academic year.
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5.00pm – 7.00pm on Tuesday 21 March
There will be refreshments from 5.00pm, and all are welcome. You don't need to know anything about philosophy, just come along for what will hopefully be a lively debate. The seminar will finish for 7.00pm.
AF20, Leeds Trinity University
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