2019 Annual Report

The 2019 Annual Report is now available to view on our Annual Report Section of the website.  Enjoy!


Professor Neil Selwyn, Monash University to give Keynote Address at SCoTENS Conference 2020

  Neil Selwyn is a Distinguished Research Professor in the Faculty of Education, Monash University who has worked for the past 25 years researching the integration of digital technology into schools, universities and adult learning. He is recognised as a leading international researcher in the area of digital education – with particular expertise in the …
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2020 SCoTENS Doctoral Roundtable to take place Online – Application Date Extended

The Standing Conference on Teacher Education North and South (SCoTENS) invites proposals for participation and working papers at the 5th SCoTENS Doctoral Studies Roundtable (Virtual).  The Virtual Roundtable will provide a mix of short presentations by participants on their work in progress and will also feature participation by SCoTENS colleagues who are leaders in the …
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2020 Conference – Teacher Education in the COVID Moment

  Education at all levels is being changed, changed utterly, by restrictions made necessary in managing the pandemic. The SCoTENS Committee is using the opportunity provided by our online venue to host the Inaugural 2020 SCoTENS Webinar which will allow us to hear the ideas of a key global expert on Teaching and Teacher Education …
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2019 North-South Student Exchange Project

The 2019 North-South Student Exchange Project took place for Southern Students going North in November 2019 and Northern Students going South in March 2020 and involved 10 students from five colleges of education: Stranmillis University College, Belfast; St Mary’s University College Belfast Marino College of Education, Dublin Institute of Education Dublin City University Froebel Department of …
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Cancellation – Conference 2020 – The Future of Teaching and Teacher Education: Challenges of Profession, Identity, Agency

Due to current restrictions and ongoing uncertainty as a result of the global COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic, the SCoTENS steering committee has felt it necessary to cancel this year’s annual conference which was due to take place on 22 and 23 October 2020.  Protecting the health, safety, and well-being of our members and attendees is paramount, and …
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2020 Conference: The Future of Teaching and Teacher Education: Challenges of Profession, Identity, Agency – Call for Papers

Slieve Russell Hotel, Ballyconnell, Co. Cavan Thursday 22 and Friday 23 October 2020 CALL FOR PAPERS – Deadline 4pm Thursday 11 June 2020 The Standing Conference on Teacher Education North and South (SCoTENS) is pleased to announce a call for papers for its forthcoming conference. The theme for this year’s conference has evolved in response …
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5th SCoTENS Doctoral Workshop

      The Standing Conference on Teacher Education North and South (SCoTENS) invites proposals for participation and working papers at the 5th SCoTENS Doctoral Studies Roundtable.  The Roundtable will provide a mix of short presentations by participants on their work in progress and will also feature participation by SCoTENS colleagues who are leaders in …
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Conference 2020 – The Future of Teaching and Teacher Education: Challenges of Profession, Identity, Agency

  Slieve Russell Hotel, Ballyconnell, Co. Cavan Thursday 22 and Friday 23 October 2020


Cuts threaten cross-Border teacher education co-operation

Irish Times,  3 December 2019 Opinion: Hundreds of teacher education students have trained in schools on either side of the Border under an innovative scheme One of the least-known but most remarkable success stories of cross-Border co-operation between Northern Ireland and the Republic in the aftermath of the Belfast Agreement is an educational one. Yet it is a success …
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