Conversation Analytic innovation for Teacher Education (CAiTE)

How can we train student teachers to be effective in their assessment practices? The CAiTE project aims to enhance the quality of teacher education and improve teachers' assessment practices.


 

The project Conversation Analytic innovation for Teacher Education (CAiTE) aims to enhance the quality of teacher education and improve teachers' assessment practices by developing, evaluating and implementing a new research-based instruction method, based on the principles of Conversation Analytic Role-play Method (CARM), to train student teachers' feedback skills.

 

Dissemination

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Publications

Trening av samtaleferdigheter i lærerutdanningen (CAiTE)

Project name:

Conversation Analytic innovation for Teacher Education (CAiTE)

Conference April 8th 2022:

Conversation as a tool for professional practice (CAPP) is a one-day interdisciplinary conversation analysis conference.

About the project:

CAiTE aims to enhance the quality of teacher education and improve teachers' assessment practices by developing, evaluating and implementing a new research-based instruction method, based on the principles of Conversation Analytic Role-play Method (CARM), to train student teachers' feedback skills.

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Funding:

The project is financed by The Research Council of Norway (NFR) through the FINNUT-programme and consists of five researchers and two PhD.

Core research team:

Partner:

Loughborough University

Loughborough University, Department of Social Sciences

Collaborating projects

LOaPP: Learning Outcome across Policy and Practice (Læringsutbytte i politikk og praksis)