The conference was two-days event and the programme was built under two themes: Inclusive teacher education and Inclusive pedagogies. The first day included two keynote speeches, launching an eBook "Including the North: a Comparative Study of the Policies on Inclusion and Equity in the Circumpolar North" and a symposium with speeches and discussion. The second day consisted of keynote speeches, a presentation and workshops.
Tuija Turunen, dean and professor of teacher education at University of Lapland, Finland and lead of UArctic and UNITWIN teacher education networks held a keynote speech titled “Researcher-based teacher education towards inclusive schools – Case: Lapland”. Recording of her speech is available here.
Diane Hirshberg, professor of education policy from University of Alaska Anchorage, US gave a keynote speech "Inclusive education policy from a critical perspective”. Recording of her speech is available here.
Full article about the conference and the recordings of the speeches and presentations can be found at the TN on Teacher Education website.