Programme 11.05.2022

Programme Webinar: Achieving reduced Inequalities (SDG10) in Education- supporting Agenda 2030 in Teacher Education


10.00 (CET/CAT) Opening and welcome

Dr. Ann-Kathrin Dittrich (University of Innsbruck, Austria)

Prof. Suzanne Kapelari, Dean of the Faculty Teacher Education and School Research (University of Innsbruck, Austria)


10.15 Panel discussion: How to achieve reduced inequality in Education?

Mag. Joanna Egger (Social Change Rocks, Austria)

Prof. Dominique Klein (University of Dortmund, Germany)

Ass.- Prof. Michelle Proyer (University of Vienna, Austria)

Prof. Alois Solomon Chiromo (Midlands State University of Zimbabwe,  Zimbabwe)

Dr. Carolyn Chisadza (University of Pretoria, South Africa)


Moderator: Dr. Kgadi Mathabathe (University of Pretoria, South Africa)


11.00 Optimising school-university transitions to reduce inequalities

Mag. Rosa Modiba (PhD student, University of Pretoria, South Africa)


 11.10 Discussion

Dr. Kgadi Mathabathe (University of Pretoria, South Africa)


11.15 Break


11.30 Interactive breakaway groups: Understandings of sustainability and reduced inequalities in the global context

(In this section of the programme participants will actively contribute to craft research agendas for SDG10 in teacher education; the sessions will be recorded and data will be used for research purposes)



How can teacher education programmes be leveraged in the future, to support Agenda 2030 and the sustainable development goals?

Barbara Gross, PhD (University of Bozen, Italy)

[German Parallel Session]

Welchen Beitrag können Lehrer*innenbildungsprogramme zukünftig leisten, um die Agenda 2030 sowie die Ziele für nachhaltige Entwicklung zu unterstützen?

Ass.-Prof. Mag. Dr. Claudia Schreiner  (University of Innsbruck, Austria)

In which ways do the SDG10 currently feature in teacher education programmes from the Global South and the Global North?

Sunet Grobler (University of Innsbruck, Austria)

How can equality (SDG10) be supported and improved via teacher education programmes?

Joseph Steinlechner (University of Vienna, Austria)

Within the framework of teacher education programmes, what can a university didactic setting that realizes SDG10, look like in concrete terms ?

Dott. Sara Baroni (University of Bozen-Bolzano, Italy)

What are the success stories on supporting SDG10?

MMag. Dr. Sabrina Bacher (University of Innsbruck, Austria)

12.10 Feedback session (Dr. Kgadi Mathabathe (University of Pretoria, South Africa)


12.30 Keynote adress: Why does who I am matter? : Creating inquiry spaces in teacher education

Prof. Jean Clandinin (University of Alberta, Canada)  

Assist-Prof Simmee Chung (Concordia University of Edmonton, Canada)  


12.45 Discussion

Ass.-Prof. Agostini Evi (University of Vienna, Austria)


13.00 Closing

Prof. Irma Eloff (University of Pretoria, South Africa)


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