World Federation of
Associations of Teacher Education

Research Development Groups - Overview

A group of ten or more members of the Association, having a common special interest, can be officially recognized by the Association as a Research and Development Group (RDG) by fulfilling the following requirements:

  1. All Research and Development Groups (RDGs) shall file a statement of purpose with the World FATE Board.
  2. Each chair of a RDG shall file a biennial report with the Recording Secretary within 56 days of the conclusion of the biennial meeting of World Fate.
  3. Each RDG shall meet at each biennial meeting.
  4. All persons meeting with an RDG must be registered for the full WFATE conference.

Research Development Groups

Teacher Education: Curriculum & Partnerships
Inclusion & Social Justice in Teacher Education
Global Teacher Education: Networking Models
Transformation Society and Information