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  • 9 Aug 2021 10:41 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    CONGRATULATIONS TO:

    TES / ATEA Teacher Educator of the Year 2021

    Awarded to: Dr Amanda Gutierrez - Australian Catholic University

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    Early Career Researcher Grant 2021

    Awarded to: Dr Gemma Scarparolo - University of Western Australia

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  • 9 Apr 2021 11:19 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    As a part of our 50th Jubilee Conference in July, ATEA is very proud to present a rich and considered program for the Early Career and Post-Graduates. Whether you are in the midst of your doctoral journey (HDR) or navigating your way through the Early Career Researcher (ECR) space, this day will be an opportunity for ECRs and HDRs to work alongside academics with a range of experience and expertise.

  • 3 Sep 2020 6:05 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    The ATEA 2020 Book, Teacher Education in Globalised Times – Local Responses in Action, was launched on 25th August, at a special ATEA members only online event.

    Comprising 20 chapters, and a whopping 49 contributors, this years book features topics including ‘Rural Teacher Recruitment Policy and Retention’, ‘Discourses of Quality in Australian Teacher Education’, ‘Reflecting on Japanese Teacher Education’, and ‘The Interplay Between Technology and Teaching’, to name a few.

    The launch included a presentation and Q&A of Chapter 1, 'Third Wave' Politics in Teacher Education: Moving Beyond Binaries, facilitated by Debbie Heck (ATEA President) and  was joined by 2020 book editors: 

    Dr. Jillian Fox

    Dr. Colette Alexander 

    Prof. Tania Aspland

    This marks the first in a series of upcoming online Chapter Presentation events for ATEA members. Members may also access the book online HERE.

  • 3 Sep 2020 5:49 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    CONGRATULATIONS TO:

    Early Career Researcher Grant 2020

    Awarded to: Dr Ellen Larsen - University of Southern Queensland

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    Research Recognition Award for an Early Career Researcher 2020

    Awarded to: Dr Christine Grove - Monash University

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    Teachers Mutual Bank / ATEA Teacher Educator of the Year 2020

    Awarded to: Dr Noelene Weatherby-Fell - University of Wollongong

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  • 6 Aug 2020 1:51 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    The 2021 conference marks the 50th anniversary of the rich and long history of the Australian Teacher Education Association (ATEA). The theme for the conference is Strong Foundations, Future Innovations allowing reflection on the complex, contested and vital work of teacher education in order to chart a course and prepare for the unknown and unforeseen future. The 2021 ATEA Conference will be held at the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) in Brisbane from 7-9 July and will explore research based on the breadth of teachers and teacher educators across all sectors from early childhood through to higher education. Presentations will feature the most current research in teacher education.  In celebration of the 50th anniversary there will also be the opportunity to recognise the influence or importance of our foundations by revisiting past historical ATEA pieces to inform future innovations. 

    Conference dates: 06 July - 09 July 2021 

  • 19 May 2020 10:06 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    Due to the cancellation of the 2020 Annual Conference, the AGM will be held virtually this year.  The Grant Awards Presentation will be held following the AGM.  

    The AGM and Awards will be held via Zoom on:

    Thursday 16th July from 4pm-5.30pm

    (Zoom details will be sent closer to the date).

  • 19 May 2020 10:00 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    We invite you to consider taking an active role in the management of ATEA by nominating to be a member of the 2020/2021 ATEA Executive.  

    Nominations should be made on the appropriate form (here) and emailed to the Secretary at the address on the form, no later than Thursday 11th June 2019.

    If more nominations are received than positions are available, an online ballot will be held commencing Monday 6th July and closing Friday 10th July prior to the Annual General Meeting. 

    Results will be announced at the AGM and circulated to all membership.

    We look forward to receiving your nomination.

  • 3 May 2020 1:51 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    Colleagues,

    The TEFANZ/ATEA Conference planned for July 8-10 in Auckland, NZ is cancelled.  Our decision to cancel has come in response to the worldwide and evolving international responses to the Novel Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19).  We understand that institutions and individuals are making decisions to preserve health, wellbeing and safety, and to curb the spread of the disease.  We cannot in all good faith proceed with our conference plans in the knowledge that the conference’s viability is currently compromised as a result of these events, and we could put attendees at risk if social transmission increases, travel plans are disrupted, insurance coverage is withdrawn and so forth.

    We are very sad to be in this situation however feel a responsibility to move ahead with certainty so people can plan ahead and remain safe and well. We will be in a position to refund any early-bird registrations already received.

    We received a large number of excellent quality submissions and remain grateful for these. In the coming days we will be in touch with further information about other opportunities for sharing our teacher education research and scholarship being currently explored.

    For now, warm wishes and best regards.

    Fiona Ell, Conference Chair,

    Robyn Brandenburg, ATEA President,

    Joce Nuttall, ATEA Rep. Conference Committee

    Alex Gunn, TEFANZ Chair.​

    Please visit tefanzatea2020.nz

For further information, please contact: admin@atea.edu.au

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