PEEP´19

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PEEP 2019 – PRIMARY ENGLISH EDUCATION IN PORTUGAL: A MEETING FOR TEACHERS OF ENGLISH 

Introduction

​​​​​​​The third edition of PEEP is a joint event organized by the School of Education and Communication of the University of Algarve and Nova University of Lisbon, and will bring together teachers and researchers of Primary English Teaching from Portugal to share, discuss, reflect on and develop their ideas around practice. This meeting offers opportunities for professional development and networking.

PEEP’19 is a one-day programme for teachers of English to share their research and teaching ideas, as well as attend workshops and keynote sessions. ​​​​​

►Accreditation

The Meeting will be accredited as 'Ação de curta duração' with 6 hours

►PEEP19, the third PEEP Meeting, is an opportunity for teachers of primary English in Portugal (recruitment group 120) to get together, network and share ideas.

PEEP19 will include:

* Keynote sessions on teacher competences and 'gestão flexível'
* Teacher research presentations
* A 'TeachMeet' session for teachers to share activities and discoveries (NEW!)
* Workshops on oral interaction; task-based learning; action research and assessment (NEW!)

It will be a day packed with learning and professional development opportunities.

What is a TeachMeet session?

TeachMeet session: This is a new addition to the PEEP Meetings! A TeachMeet is an organised but informal, collaborative experience where teachers share ideas around practice - practical innovations, newly discovered resources, personal insights in teaching … anything which they consider enhances classroom practices and their children’s learning experience.

TeachMeets are teacher-driven and highly participatory. Anyone who is a teacher of English in primary education can participate: • You can take 2 -3 minutes to share an awesome activity, a dazzling discovery, an innovative idea, a super strategy, a tantalizing tip! • You can take little longer, 5 – 7 minutes, to explain something in more detail e.g. something you are proud of; how you overcame a difficulty; a positive learning outcome. • You don’t need a PPT or a poster, but you can bring a resource to show and share (e.g. a book, realia, a child-made artefact). • You can participate as a presenter of ideas / experiences • You can participate as a listener - but you’ll find it difficult to keep quiet once you hear everyone’s contributions!

Come along on the day with something to share!

Proposals should be submitted ​​​​​​​( HERE )

►IMPORTANT DATES (novas datas)

Deadline for submission of teacher research and inquiry abstracts: nova data: 15 October 2019
Abstract acceptance notification: nova data22 October 2019
Early bird registration deadline: nova data31 October 2019
Registration deadline:nova data:12 November 2019 
Conference date: 16 November 2019

►REGISTRATION

 
​​​​​​​   Students          
Cooperating teachers Other teachers

Early bird – until 31 October

15€ Free
 
25€
Standard fee – until 12 November 25€ Free 35€
onsite 35€ Free 45€

Registration includes:
Admission to the meeting
Meeting material
Speaker or participant certificate​​​​​

Please register ( HERE​​​​​​​ )

PROGRAMME

Scientific Committee

Organization

Localização do campus da penha

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Proceedings

A selection of presentions will be published in a special issue of revistamultidisciplinar.com

 ►Venue

​​​​​​​School of Education and Communication, University of Algarve​​​​​​​

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