Tea Time Thursday
Travelling to various places in the world is currently impossible. However, the earth keeps turning and the process of internationalization is continuing, also in teacher education. That is why we would like to invite you on a journey across the globe to get impulses of and for teacher education from around the world. This possibility of global networking from home gives you the opportunity to learn about teacher education in different countries without needing to leave.
Thursdays at 16pm CET, we bring the world to your home in form of digital workshops and lectures, easily accessible via video conferences. Each meeting will deal with a new topic by an international lecturer. The #TeaTimeThursday is realized in cooperation with the Centre for Teacher Education of the University Bamberg.
All the registration links can be found below. For further information check the description.
26.11.2020 | 16 pm (CET) | Active and Asynchronous Learning in Online Courses – The Story of SISLT’s study program in Teacher Education
03.12.2020 | 16 pm (CET) | Education in times of the pandemic: The Covid-19 response in different parts of the world
10.12.2020 | 16 pm (CET) | Emperor Bill and the common mistake
21.01.2021 | 16 pm (CET) | Internationalisation online: taking teacher education across the globe
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The TeaTimeThursday Team
Jan Springob - Dr. Jan Springob is a secondary school teacher of English and History, trained in Germany and Great Britain. Since 2015 he has been working at the Centre for Teacher Education at the University of Cologne, where he heads the Internationalization working group.
Jan Veldscholten - Jan Veldscholten has a master's degree in English and History for secondary school education. Since 2014 he has been working at the Centre for Teacher Education at the University of Cologne. His main areas of responsibility are the coordination of the centre’s international affairs and the strategy & quality management in student counselling.
Inna Enns - Inna Enns has studied social anthropology and recently added a master in Higher Education & Knowledge Management. Since 2012 she has worked in different positions at the Centre of Teacher Education at the University of Cologne. She is currently coordinating the administration of staff and finances at the centre and is the coordinator for the project "UNITE Cologne"
Moritz Bonenkamp - Moritz Bonenkamp is currently studying Special Needs teaching with the Subjects German a Catholic Religion at the University of Cologne. Since May 2020, he is working at the Centre of Teacher Education in the Work Group of international affairs as a student assistant.
Martina Zier - Martina Zier has been coordinating the BaTEG (Bamberg Teacher Education for a Global World) project at the Centre of Teacher Education of the University of Bamberg since October 2019. Prior to that, she worked as a linguist for the Swiss State Secretariat for Migration and the Universities of Neuchâtel and Heidelberg.
Katrin Kaiser - Katrin Kaiser studied Romanic Philology (Spanish and Portuguese) and Iberian and Latin American History at the University of Cologne and University of Tucumán, Argentina. (M.A. in 1993). She has been working in the field of International Education since 1996. Currently she is Vice-Head of Department “International Mobility” at the University of Cologne.
Christiane Biehl - Christiane Biehl studied History and English at the University of Cologne and Rutgers University, USA (M.A. in 1996). She has been working in the field of International Education since 1997. She has been working as the Erasmus-Institutional Coordinator at UoC since 1999. Currently she is Head of Department “International Mobility” and Vice-Head of the International Office at the University of Cologne.