Theory meets Practice: Teacher Training in the Digital Era Research highlights by Asian and European Experts


Leading Impactful Professioinal Learning CommunitiesFull paper
Prof Hairon SALLEH
National Institute of Education, Singapore

Which Competences do Teacher Educators Need?
Danish School of Education, Aarhus University, Denmark


Digitalised Education and Personalised Learning
Prof Dominik PETKO
Institute for Media and Schools, The Schwyz University of Teacher Education

Network 1: Development of ICT skills, e-learning and the culture of e-learning in Lifelong LearningNetwork 3: Professionalisation of Adult Teachers and Educators in ASEM countries
The Teacher as a Researcher in a Technology Rich Classroom Environment

University of Sofia, Bulgaria

Which generic competences do professional adult educators require? Would these competences change using ICT?

Prof Bjarne WAHLGREN
Danish School of Education, Aarhus University, Denmark

Learning by Design: Changing Landscape in Digital Space, Place and Future

The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, India

The Imperatives of Digital Literacy as Key Competence Among ASEAN Adult Teachers

Prof Atanacio PANAHON II
Ateneo de Manila University, the Philippines

Technology-enhanced teaching and learning: experiences from a teacher training distance course

Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED), Spain

Achievements and Challenges of Teacher Education: Results from a cross-national Study in the German speaking countries (Germany, Austria and Switzerland)

Prof Stephan HUBER & Mr Martin DRAHMANN
Institute for Management and Economics of Education (IBB), University of Teacher Education Zug

Informatisation of Education as a Social Driver for Sustainable Development in the Republic of Korea

Prof K.P JOO
Korea National Open University

Teacher Training Curricula in the Digital Era: Retaining Tradition in a Context of Change

Prof Kamisah OSMAN
Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia

Moderated by:
Prof Mansor FADZIL
Open University Malaysia
Moderated by:
Prof Martin GUBLER
Institute for Media and Schools, The Schwyz University of Teacher Education