Lecturer presents "routes into becoming a teacher" at conference
Angi Malderez and Dr. Matt Homer, a School Research Fellow, co-presented, "Routes into 'becoming a teacher'", with colleagues from the University of Nottingham at an Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) conference, which was held at Roehampton University on March 14th 2007.
As members of the BaT (Becoming a Teacher) project, which looks at entry into the teaching profession from a range of different routes, Angi and Matt were invited to participate as part of the wider ESRC seminar series titled, "Learning to Teach in Post-Devolution UK".
Angi, together with Andrew Hobson from the University of Nottingham, is also due to visit Chicago in April to present two further BaT papers at the American Educational Research (AERA) conference. She will contribute to an international symposium on longitudinal studies into Initial Teacher Preparation, induction and early professional development.