Join our e-Seminar: 'Transforming teacher education to improve learning outcomes'

25 April 2017

There is a great deal of research suggesting that teachers are the most important school-level variable affecting student learning outcomes—but how can students learn if teachers are not adequately prepared to teach?

Register here for our next e-Seminar (free of charge)
May 29 – June 2, 2017
Hosted by the IIEP Learning Portal

As international education efforts turn towards quality and learning, rather than just access, education policy-makers and other key stakeholders understandably wonder how to improve the abilities of their teachers. Pre-service and in-service teacher education systems naturally should be one key focus of their attention. How should teacher education systems be designed to maximize teachers’ abilities and student learning outcomes?

The e-Seminar will offer participants an opportunity to discuss major questions about improving teacher education to boost student learning outcomes.

Through online discussions, presentations by renowned guest speakers, and the sharing of policies and research, participants will gain new insight into the ways in which teacher education systems could be made more responsive to efforts to improve education quality, and more effectively serve the goal of enhanced learning outcomes for all students. The e-seminar will conclude with a call to action for participants to engage in their own national discussions around teacher education.

VIDEO: IIEP Director Suzanne Grant Lewis opens registration for the next e-Seminar

A certificate of participation will be awarded at the close of the e-Seminar.

We look forward to welcoming you!

For more information, please read the information note on the IIEP Learning Portal.