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Teacher Education in the Global South: Promising Pathways and Prospects

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The Centre for International Teacher Education (CITE) an initiative of The South African Research Chair in teacher Education based at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT) celebrates five years of ground breaking research into issues confronting quality and equity in teacher education.

Join us for our End of Phase One Colloquium where the research team and leading national and international scholars and policy-makers and practitioners will present insights and engage in debate on the meaning of our work for the future of quality teacher education in the global South.

Before the End of Phase One Colloquium on the 10th October, a pre-colloquium event 'Pathways to Practice: Dialogue and Development' will be held on 8th October at the Cape Teaching and Leadership Institute (CTLI). This will be a seperate workshop with teachers and education practitioners which will be designed for participants to share their insights into research and practice together.


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Where will the event on the 10th October take place:

The precise venue in Cape Town for the End of Phase One Colloquium will be confirmed by the organisers in due course. Please check here for updates.


Why is the event held over 2 days?

The main event to celebrate 5 years of research at CITE will take place on one day only - the 10th October. Registered participants for the 10th will be informed of the precise programme for the End of Phase One Colloquium, and will receive further details by email.

The additional meeting with teachers and education practitioners at the Cape Teaching and Leadership Institute (CTLI) will be a pre-colloquium workshop for practicing teachers, to provide a forum for dialogue and reflection. To express an interest in participating in the practitioner meeting with teachers on the 8th October, please check this page for further details and registration instructions and check the CITE Facebook page.


What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?

Parking options will be communicated to all registered participants, who will receive further programme details by email.


How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

Registered participants will be sent a more detailed programme to follow.
For any questions about this event contact:

1. Basheerah Simon (simonb@cput.ac.za) - Staff at CPUT
2. T. Salmon (tomsalmon@yahoo.com) or T.de Kock (tarryngabidekock@gmail.com) -

If you wish to keep in touch with our work and future events
, please check our website here (CITE) and email Basheerah Simon at CPUT at: simonb@cput.ac.za


Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

A printed ticket will be used to identify your registration on the door and will help to allocate seating.


Can I update my registration information?

You will be able to add or update your registration information online via eventbrite.

Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable?

There is no registration fee and tickets issued to registered participants are transferrable.

How should I register for this event as a member of the press or media or if I have any special requirements?

Press & Media contact: T. Salmon (tomsalmon@yahoo.com) or T.de Kock (tarryngabidekock@gmail.com)
Other requests contact: simonb@cput.ac.za


Will this event be catered?

Yes - catering will be supplied for this event.

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