Seminar

Rahvusvaheline seminar: "Õpetajate professionaalse arengu ja karjääritee toetamine – Põhjamaade kogemus"

Seminaril keskendume haridusvaldkonna olulistele sõlmküsimustele – õpetajate puudusele ning lahenduste leidmisele alustavate õpetajate ja kogenud õpetajate professionaalse arengu ning ametis püsimise toetamisel.

Haridusteaduste instituut

19.06.2024 kell 10.00 - 15.30

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Lisaks jagatakse seminaril ja analüüsitakse sstrateegiaid ning parimaid praktikaid Põhjamaades, mis toetavad õpetajaid nende karjääriteekonnal. Seminari töökeel on inglise keel.

Toimumisaeg ja -koht: 

19.06.2024,  Tallinna Ülikoolis Mare maja 6. korrus, ruum M648 (Uus-Sadama 5, Tallinn)


Ajakava

10.00–10.10 Opening

10.10–12.00 Empowering Teachers: Unveiling the Teacher Career Model and Path to Professional Growth

  •  Nordic Teachers Union representatives presentations
    ◦ Päivi Lyhykäinen, The Trade Union of Education, Finland
    ◦ Åse Bonde, The Danish Union of Teachers  
    ◦ Per Båvner, The Swedish Teachers’ Union
    ◦ Sissel Havre, The Union of Education, Norway
    ◦ Jónina Hauksdóttir, The Icelandic Teacher Union

In this part of the seminar, we explore teacher career models/paths in Nordic countries, to gain valuable insights into the intricate dynamics of the teaching profession. We seek answers to the following questions: What level of education is required to work as a teacher (primary teacher vs subject teacher)? What is the career path/ model in this country? How does the movement on the career path take place? How is it supported and how is it related to teacher evaluation and salary policy? What is the role of the teachers' union in influencing these processes? 

  • The vision of the Estonian teacher's career model (Representative of the Ministry of Education and Science)

12.00–12.15 Stretching break and joining groups

12.15–13.00 Summary discussion in mixed groups

13.00–13.45 Lunch

13.45–15.00 Research on Induction and Mentoring in the Nordics

  • From a Deficit Perspective Towards an Opportunity Perspective in Teacher Induction (Hannu Heikkinen, University of Jyväskylä, Finland)
  • Research from the Nordic Teacher Induction (NTI) Network (Eva Merete Bjerkholt, The University of South-Eastern Norway and Sally Windsor, The University of Gothenburg, Sweden)
  • The Role of the School Leader and School Culture in Supporting Novice Teachers: The Estonian Case (Eve Eisenshmidt, Tallinn University)

15.00–15.30 Summary of the Day (Hannu Heikkinen, University of Jyväskylä and Katrin Poom-Valickis, Tallinn University)


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