Professor Geert Kelchtermans (Centre for Innovation and the Development of Teacher and School, University of Leuven, Belgium) is a world-known scholar of teachers’ work lives and of professional development, with emphasis on issues such as organisational (social and material) working conditions.
Professor Emerita D. Jean Clandinin (University of Alberta, Canada) is a world-known scholar of narrative inquiry, teachers, teacher education, curriculum research, and relational ethics.
Professor Maria Assunção Flores (University of Minho, Portugal; Visiting Professor at the University of Cambridge, UK) is a distinguished scholar in the field of teacher training and professional development, identity, and teaching professionalism and change.
Professor Asta Cekaite (Linköping University, Sweden) has wide research expertise in social interaction, learning, embodiment, and emotion socialisation in educational settings, examined through video-ethnographies of everyday practices and interviews.
PhD Anne Martin works as a university teacher at the Department of teacher education in the University of Jyväskylä, Finland. Martin’s research interests are professional development, teacher identity, narrative research and creative writing. Martin is a debut novelist (Kallioon maalattu laulu, published 2022).