Re-Imagining Teacher Education:
Transforming Learning for a Just and Sustainable World
28th September 2022 – Liverpool Hope University Campus
There is growing realisation that education, as it takes place currently, is inadequate to the global crises we face. Fuelled by a growing sense of urgency, these arguments call for education itself to be transformed to meet with the challenges of shaping peaceful, just and sustainable futures.
In response to the urgency of these calls, TEESNet 2022 hopes to explore lines of inquiry linked to one or more of the following themes:
- Interconnectivities and interdependencies
- Intersections between ecological, racial and social justice
- Interdisciplinary learning
- Cooperation and solidarity
We are pleased to share that the following Speakers will be joining us on the day
TEESNet 2022 returns to in-person format.
Deadline for proposal submissions has now passed. You can find our Call for Contributions here.
TEESNet (Teacher Education for Equity and Sustainability Network) aims to develop a UK wide community of practice in Education for Sustainable Development and Global Citizenship within teacher education in higher education and schools, that shares research and practice to develop new understanding across the sector in the UK and beyond.
TEESNet evolved from a collaboration between World Wide Fund for Nature UK, Oxfam and teacher educators. Originally based at the Centre for Cross Curricular Initiatives at London South Bank University, the management of TEESNet transferred to Liverpool Hope University in 2014 where it is led through a partnership between Liverpool Hope University and Liverpool World Centre.
As a UK wide network of teacher educators, it has over 300 members and representation from across the from the four UK nations, including university and school based teacher education, teachers, NGOs and Development Education Centres (DECs) and organisations such as the Higher Education Academy (HEA) and University Council for the Education of Teachers (UCET).