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Information Technology in Teacher Education (ITTE)

Information Technology in Teacher Education (ITTE)

www.itte.org.uk

Summary:

ITTE aims to promote the education and professional development of teachers in order to improve the quality of teaching and learning with ICT in all phases of education.

Since ITTE was formed in 1986 it has supported the initial teacher training departments of universities and colleges of education in the United Kingdom with respect to the permeation of information communication technology (ICT) throughout all aspects of the learning process.

ITTE pursues its aims by:

  • encouraging and supporting networking and collaboration,
  • raising the profile of IT in pre-service teacher education,
  • promoting the continual professional development of teachers in ICT
  • enhancing research and its dissemination.

ITTE is run by a committee of enthusiastic volunteers elected from the membership. The committee comprises members from England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales to ensure that the whole of the UK is covered and their interests represented.

ITTE has a national profile and is continuing to develop as an international force. The association is unique in the position of having a central and complete overview of all aspects of ICT in education. ITTE actively represents the membership's views at a national level.

Benefits of membership:

ITTE pursues its aims by:

  • encouraging and supporting networking and collaboration,
  • raising the profile of IT in pre-service teacher education,
  • promoting the continual professional development of teachers in ICT
  • enhancing research and its dissemination.

 

Dr Sarah Younie
Principal Lecturer
Education
De Montfort University
Leicester
LE1 9BH
UK

Tel: 0116 241 6802 / 0798 675 8288

Email: itte@nottingham.ac.uk

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