Rating is available when the video has been rented.
This feature is not available right now. Please try again later.
Last streamed live 10 hours ago
ETUCE Public Hearing Supporting teachers in the European Education Area 2025: The role of education trade unions in meeting teachers’ professional needs Venue: The International Auditorium (1st floor), Boulevard Roi Albert II 5, 1210, Brussels Date: 19 Septembre, 2018
09.00 Opening and welcome Christine Blower, ETUCE President Haldis Holst, Deputy General Secretary of Education International 09.20 The role of education trade unions in meeting teachers’ professional needs: Presenting project outcomes Howard Stevenson, Nottingham University 09.40 Questions and discussion 09.50 Education trade unions’ actions in supporting teachers’ professional needs 1. Scotland: Social dialogue on teachers’ professional needs Susan Quinn, EIS, Scotland 2. Romania: Information and training provision using European funds Alexandra Cornea, FSLI, Romania 3. Italy: Education trade union’s teacher training institute Rossella Benedetti, UIL-Scuola, Italy 10.25 Questions and discussion 10.35 Coffee break 10.50 What further support do teachers need in their everyday work? 1. Germany: Preparation of teachers for the profession Ryan Plocher, GEW Youth, Germany 2. Norway: Teachers competences in the use of ICT in the work Gunn Gallavara, UEN, Norway 3. France: Access to continuous professional development to improve quality of teaching Christian Chevalier, UNSA Education, France 11.30 Questions and discussion 11.40 How can the European Education Area 2025 address teachers’ professional needs? Themis Christophidou, Director-General, DG EAC, European Commission European Parliament, Committee on Culture and Education (tbc) Austrian Presidency (tbc) 12.20 Questions and discussion 12.30 The role of European education social partners in enhancing the professional profile of teachers, trainers and school leaders Susan Flocken, European Director Daniel Wisniewski, General Secretary, EFEE 12.50 Conclusions of the public hearing 13.00 Lunch
This project is supported by the European Commission, DG Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion