Have you always wondered why teachers engage in educational innovations? Are you interested in how educational innovations affect teachers’ learning, attitudes, behaviours and professional identity? Then, this project may just be something for you!
The Eindhoven School of Education (ESoE) of Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) and the Department of Education of Utrecht University have two interlinked vacancies for Postdoc positions on practice-oriented research into professional learning and development of Higher Education teachers.
The NRO/NWO funded practice-oriented research project ‘Professional learning and development of teachers in Higher Education: What works and how and why does it work’ is a collaboration of 20 research universities and universities of applied sciences in the Netherlands. They are working together in a consortium to address the question whether, how and why different approaches to teacher professional learning and development work for different innovations, contexts and populations. This will be done by conducting a literature study, conducting a broad as well as an in-depth study of existing cases, and an intervention study, in which data will be collected on the innovation (context), teacher activities, support for teachers, teachers’ learning and the effects on students.
The deadline for applications is 27th September, 2020.
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