Many thanks to Nils Drixler who produced a podcast on the proPIC project, summarising its main aims and outcomes. You can find the podcast here http://www.propiceuropa.com/outputs.html
Finally, all the proPIC Interactive Tutorials have been published on iTunes. You can find all the links, as well as pdf-versions here.
We are very sad that the proPIC project will be over at the end of August! It has been such a pleasure to be working with these great European colleagues for the last three years. During the last TPM we had time to finalise our last output, the e-portfolio of the teacher educators. Further, we took some time to evaluate the project. This was a good opportunity for each of us to think back and reflect on his/her own development within this project. Last but not least we finished the meeting with an exciting online beer tasting! Great work everyone and we hope to see you all again very soon!
On 25 June 2020 we hosted our last Multiplier Event, which took place online and invited about 20 teacher students and educators from Europe and beyond. To the online conference we were lucky to welcome Steve Mann from the University of Warwick (UK) and Michael Pallesche from the Ernst-Reuter-Schule (Karlsruhe, Germany) as keynote speakers. Further, eight international students who took part in the proPIC project presented their research projects which were interesting, diverse and very creative! The conference started with our partners introducing the different project outputs which can also be found on this webpage. We would like to thank all our participants, speakers and project partners for taking part in this event!
All materials and keynotes will be published here.
Please find below the final programme for the proPIC Online Conference taking place on 25 June 2020 - if you are interested in joining us, please contact email@example.com
Although we had to cancel our Final Conference on 25/26 June 2020 due to the spread of the corona virus, we are pleased to inform you that we will host an Online Conference on 25 June 2020. We are excited to still welcome Steve Mann and Michael Pallesche to this event! You will find the preliminary program for the conference below. The conference will be hosted using Zoom. If you are interested in joining us online, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
As our project is effected by the spread of the corona virus as well, we are sorry to inform you that not only the final conference, but also the last study week had to be cancelled. However, the consortium will host an online student conference on 25./26. June 2020 at which Steve Mann and Michael Pallesche will still be giving an online session. Further, we will develop some kind of online multiplier event to disseminate the project. We will keep you updated! Take care and stay at home!
Looking forward to present proPIC together with colleagues from Sweden and Germany at the MiTE Conference 2020 in Galway!
After plenty of work at the end of 2019, including a very productive partner meeting in Barcelona last November, several sessions with the participating students of cohort III and a couple of binational partner meetings, we are currently at the stage of preparing the last 7 months of our project. This comprises a variety of dissemination activities, transnational and local project events as well as collaborative research endeavors. We have handed in a proposal at the MiTE Conference taking place in Galway at the end of May and are planning to submit a paper at the ECER Conference with the whole project consortium, which will take place in Glasgow at the end of August, shortly before the project finishes. Based on the data we collected in the project, we are right now in the process of working on a number of articles, which we hope to submit quite soon. We also intend to produce an online book which we plan to publish through Research Publishing Net after the project is over. This publication will include thematic chapters which will be based on the Intellectual Outputs of the project and produced by the different project partners. Moreover, it will contain a number of contributions created by doctoral and MA/BA students who took part in the project.
Right now, we are looking forward to an interesting last study week, which will take place at the end of March. We hope to welcome many practitioners, researchers and other stakeholders who are interested in promoting professionalism, innovation and transnational collaboration in teacher education across Europe and beyond to our Final Conference taking place on 25./26. June 2020.