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Seed funding call for Teacher Education North and South launched



By Gerry O Sullivan

Posted: 26 February, 2019

The Standing Conference on Teacher Education North and South (SCoTENS) has announced its call that provides seed funding for projects such as research, conferences and exchanges in 2019-2020.  The call supports its objective of providing a supportive framework for collaborative research and professional activities in teacher education in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.

As the funding is for a COLLABORATIVE project,  a minimum of 2 partners is required, with at least one of the partners coming from each jurisdiction, north and south. The application has to be for a joint project to secure funding.

Please note that all queries and applications should be sent to Eimear Donnelly, Administrator, SCoTENS at crossborder@qub.ac.uk or on 028 3751 5292 (048 from the South).

The SCoTENS committee is particularly keen to receive proposals from people who have not yet been partners in SCoTENS-funded projects.  Applications from North-South partners who co-facilitated workshops at SCoTENS Conferences and are interested in deepening their engagement and scholarship are also encouraged.

The closing date for applications is 16.00 on 28 March 2019.

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