The University of Glasgow, Scotland is delighted to welcome and host the Association for Teacher Education in Europe (ATEE) 40th Annual Conference 2015.
The ATEE is a non-profit European organisation, whose aim is to enhance the quality of teacher education in Europe and to support the professional development of teachers and teacher educators at all levels.
Founded in 1451, Glasgow is the fourth-oldest university in the English-speaking world. Over the last five centuries and more, it has constantly worked to push the boundaries of what is possible. The University's reputation and standing as one of the world's leading universities is built upon the work of those men and women who have studied, taught and undertaken pioneering research here. We’ve fostered the talents of seven Nobel laureates, one Prime Minister and Scotland’s inaugural First Minister.
The School of Education, within the College of Social Sciences, has deep roots within the educational traditions of the University of Glasgow and the surrounding environment of Scottish Higher Education. These roots include the heritage of Scottish teacher education, of adult and lifelong learning and of research into educational policy and practice. In keeping with the identity and ambition of a major international and research-led University, the School of Education has maintained and renewed these indigenous traditions by developing a wealth of fresh opportunities for those who wish to study with scholars of international reputation across a diverse spectrum of educational thought and practice.
We look forward to seeing you in Glasgow in August 2015!
More about ATEE: http://www.atee1.org
More about the University of Glasgow: www.glasgow.ac.uk