29 May 2013
The network meeting of the International Teacher Leadership project took place from 24th to 26th May, in Fruska Gora, Serbia. The meeting was organised by the Centre for Education Policy, Belgrade, in cooperation with University of Cambridge Faculty of Education.
Participants of the meeting were ITL country teams members and teachers from ten countries: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Portugal, Romania, Serbia and United Kingdom – almost 100 all together.
This opportunity was used to hear more about the Teacher Lead Development Work from members of the HertsCam Network from Cambridge, headed by professor David Frost. Teachers from participating countries presented their projects and TLDW in the ITL project, on more than 40 posters and about 20 presentations. This occasion was also used for the ITL core team meeting to reflect on the work done and discuss future activities.
This ITL event was devoted to promoting the core values underlying teaching profession and its key purpose - making quality education accessible to each child and supporting each child to develop to the maximum of his /her potentials.