Education is defined by transition. Traditionally, from a lifelong learning perspective, we think of education as contributing to and organising the transition of children, young people and adults from one psychosocial status to another. Education also contributes to the transition of communities from one situation into another. The concept of ‘transition’ itself has developed various meanings in areas including the ontological, social, economic, political and cultural in which we all live, act, educate and do research. Conference Theme Read more
EERA council and local organising committee prepare a range of sessions addressing generic themes, funding options and give insight in the education system of the hosting country. EERA Sessions Read more
Our plan for this year is to re-orient the Moot and try and hold a collective public reflection on how we as education researcher can relate to the ongoing European situation. This is a proposal to think about what we are doing as (European) educational researchers while being confronted with what happens in Europe or in the name of Europe. EERJ Moot - New Topic: We need to talk about Europe Read more
Register for additional Workshops linked to ECER 2015. Side and Pre-Events Read more
"MAXQDA-Introduction", "Innovative Methodologies for International Research on Adolescents", "Introduction to Causal Analysis Using TIMMS and PISA"
EERA awarded three Best Poster Awards at ECER 2015 in Budapest. The winners of this year’s award were Dely Eliot from Network 22. Research in Higher Education, Maria del Henar Perez Herrrero from Network 04. Inclusive Education and Snežana Mirkov from Network 22. Research in Higher Education. Best Poster Awards 2015 Read more