Äli Leijen, Pihel Hunt and Liina Malva from the University of Tartu participated on the 4th and 5th of December in the University of Haifa, Israel in the ISATT (International Study Association on Teachers and Teaching) Regional Conference: Promising Pedagogies in International Teacher Education. The conference focused on presenting international research on pedagogies of teacher selection, reflection, narrative ways of knowing, identity, mentoring, teacher leadership, diversity, parents and family, social justice and technology. Altogether 36 teacher education researchers presented studies on how studied pedagogies work in practice in different conditions; and how these might be transferable to other action settings elsewhere in the world. The conference aimed at increasing knowledge exchange and mobilization by unearthing the conditions underlying successful borrowing and seeding of pedagogies. Pihel Hunt introduced the WATCHME results from the formative evaluation of the visualisation and the automated feedback module in Tartu context. More information: http://isatt-2016.edu.haifa.ac.il/