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Education: questions about intoleranceProf Joao Angelo Fantini, Federal University of Sao Carlos, Brazil

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Monday 16 July 201212.00 1.00 2.00

At the Crossroads: new directions in teacher education

Registration in Anselm Hall A light lunch on the lawn Welcome and conference opening by Dr John Moss, Dean of Education, Canterbury Christ Church University

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Mentoring A profession within a profession Keynote Speaker: Professor Kari Smith, Bergen University, Norway

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Afternoon tea on the lawn Session One Ref. no.

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Inclusion, Equalities and Diversity: Inequalities and social reproduction To what extent do educational institutions contribute to the reproduction of social differences? Anna Ford, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK The colourblind leading the colourblind: narratives of whiteness in initial teacher education Dr Vini Lander, University of Chichester, UK Education: questions about intolerance 21 Prof Joao Angelo Fantini, Federal University of Sao Carlos, Brazil

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Professional Identity and Development: The role of teachers and schools The role of teachers in changing schools: an agentic perspective 102 Judy Durrant, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK Educational accountability and the complexity of schools 18 Dr Mike Radford, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK Teaching creates all other professions. What is the definition of a profession? Is teaching a profession and does it really matter? Dr Lynne Graham-Matheson, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK

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Professional Identity and Development: Changing practice in the post-compulsory sector Reflective practice in the PCET sector 66 Mark Herrett, Kensington & Chelsea College, London, UK The night of the living dead: whats new in PCET? 89

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Ian Jasper, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK How could the new Diploma in teaching in the lifelong learning sector (DTLLS) programme improve the capabilities of trainees to teach vocational areas? Graham Topley, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK Sessio n 1.4 Auto/biography and Narrative Studies: Histories and futures The 'civilisation' of teacher education: an oral history of the foundations of Christ Church College, Canterbury Fabio Antonini, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK Wheres the maverick teacher gone? Exploring change and continuity in history teaching since 1985 Mary Woolley, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK An ongoing study into the social and cultural influences on the emerging self and implications for career choice Anne Chant, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK Sessio n 1.5 Curriculum Innovation and Creativity: Teaching science Working towards a respectful science education: starting with children's questions 90 James Archer & Judith Roden, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK Strategies for conceptual change in school science 14 John Paul Riordan, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK

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Symposia

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Children, Families and Communities Symposium Convenor: Dr Sacha Powell, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK

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What in the world is happening to babies? Dr Sacha Powell, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK

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Teaching babies? Dr Kathy Goouch, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK

Service to babies and families among competing priorities in teacher education programs in university-affiliated childcare programs in the US

Prof Mary McMullen, Indiana University, USA & Prof Martha Lash, Kent State University, Ohio, USA

What does comparison of the processes and results of two studies into the wellbeing and engagement of very young children suggest for the enhancement of pedagogical beliefs and practices? Joan Martlew, University of Strathclyde, UK

Professional Identity and Development Symposium: Seeking Savonarola: reflections on an interdisciplinary professional development project for beginning history teachers Convenor: Alison Parr, Keele University, UK What is the point of school history? Challenging the assumptions of history trainee teachers Graeme Easdown, Keele University, UK

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The use of drama to enhance learning and teaching of history in the secondary curriculum Robert Marsden, Staffordshire University, UK S5 Searching for Savonarola through stories Maria Whatton, Freelance, UK

In what ways can a new academic work with artistic professionals to collaborate creatively to support the development of initial history teachers' developing identities? Alison Parr, Keele University, UK

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Drinks reception by the pond

Tuesday 17 July 20128.30

At the Crossroads: new directions in teacher education

Registration of newly arrived delegates in Anselm Hall

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Ref. 9.00 10.30 Session Two no. Inclusion, Equality and Diversity: The global dimension Global dimension in initial teacher education: an overview of project findings 36 Dr Frances Hunt, Institute of Education, University of London, UK The south/north educational linking process: a southern perspective, 2012 8 Alison Leonard, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK Teachers attitudes and self-efficacy in inclusive education in Finland and South Africa: a comparative study 80 Prof Petra Engelbrecht, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK, Dr Mirna Nel, North West University, South Africa, Professor Hannu Savolainen & Olli-Pekka Malinen, University of Eastern Finland, Finland Sessio n 2.2 Professional Identity and Development: Student teacher development Exploring emerging teacher identity through the lens of cultural dimension theory 34 Glenn Stone, University of Chichester, UK Risk-taking in the workplace: how trainee teachers are challenged to develop their practice Paul Clarke, Dr Sue Howarth, Sue Wood-Griffiths & Kerry Whitehouse, University of Worcester, UK Turning Potential into Reality: An exploration of effective strategies to enable student progress Kerry Jordan-Daus & Michael Green, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK Sessio n 2.3 Auto/biography and Narrative Studies: Teachers and teacher educators stories Two initial teacher educators - two different stories 54 Judith Roden & Karen Vincent, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK Determining conceptualisations of excellence in teaching 29 Judith McCullouch, University of Winchester, UK Sustaining a life in education: lived experience, values and creativity in the construction of teacher resilience Jonathan Barnes, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK Sessio n 2.4 Curriculum Innovation and Creativity: Language acquisition and reading The importance of language competences in the professional development of Croatian teachers Katarina Aladrovic Slovacek & Prof Dunja Pavlicevic-Franic, University of Zagreb, Croatia Introducing a framework for reading comprehension instruction 109

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Dr Klapwijk, University of Stellenbosch, South Africa Second language reading: quality, principles and classroom practice 110 Anfal Nasser Al-Wahaibi, Sultan Qaboos University, Oman Sessio n 2.5 Curriculum Innovation and Creativity: Teaching in primary schools Early professional development and languages teaching in primary schools 27 Prof Vivienne Griffiths & Dr Patricia Driscoll, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK Beating the odds? Developing effective teachers of art 72 Peter Gregory & Bridie Price, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK The use of technology in recording physical activity levels of primary aged children 98 Kristy Howells, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK Sessio n 2.6 Faith, Beliefs and Values: Faith, beliefs and values in teacher education Faith, beliefs and values in education 10 Rosemary Walters, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK Museum or temple? Ontology, epiphany and the education of teachers 41 David Aldridge, Oxford Brookes University, UK The formation of Christian teachers 13 Prof Trevor Cooling, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK Session 2.7 Professional Identity and Development Workshop Exploring the developmental needs of teacher educators situated in different contexts 59 Sue Field & Dr Elizabeth White, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK 10.30 11.00 Sessio n 11.00 12.30 3.1 Coffee on the lawn Session Three Inclusion, Equality and Diversity: Teaching diversity global perspectives Working together to create hope: exploring the needs of members of a nongovernmental organisation Marli Ackerman and Charmian Louw, Stellenbosch University, South Africa Its better than catching frogs: exploring inclusion in relation to local context and knowledge in Lao PDR and Thailand Dr Peter Grimes, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK

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Melting pot or salad bowl? Assessing cultural sensitivity in supplemental instruction 35 Nomasomi Morule, North West University, South Africa Sessio n 3.2 Professional Identity and Development: New Masters level training awards The development of the MA (Hons) in primary education with teaching certificate at the University of Glasgow Anne Ferguson, University of Glasgow, UK The impact of mandatory Masters level training upon the professional development and identity of special educational need co-ordinators- challenges and opportunities Dr Alison Ekins, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK National award for special educational needs co-ordinators 24 Julian Brown & Mary Doveston, University of Northampton, UK Sessio n 3.3 Professional Identity and Development: Teacher educators crossing boundaries Crossing the boundaries? A university tutor intern in a primary school 52 Katie Hall & Nick Mitchell, Leeds Metropolitan University, UK A leap

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