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EDiTE at ECER2018

The annual conference of EERA took place between 3-7th September in the charming city of Bolzano, under the theme of ’Inclusion and Exclusion: Resources for Educational Research?’. We made sure that EDiTE was well represented at the conference: a number of EDiTE supervisors and ESRs (Anna Babicka-Wirkus, Lucie Bucharová, Malte Gregorzewski, Gábor Halász, Petr Novotny, Michael Schratz, Nikolett Szelei, Vasileios Symeonidis, Tamás Tóth) presented their EDiTE-related or independent work. Moreover, EERA designated a key session to EDiTE where the programme coordinators and researchers presented the EDiTE framework, reflected on their learning journey and started brainstorming about future possibilities.

The full list of EDiTE related presentations at EERA ECER2018:

EERA ECER Central Event:

Schratz, M., Halász, G., Tinoca, L., Swennen, A., Symeonidis, V., & Howard, E. : European Doctorate in Teacher Education: Bridging the gap between research and professionalism in Europe.

(Presented by: Malte Gregorzewski, Gábor Halász, Michael Schratz, Anja Swennen, Vasileios Symeonidis, Nikolett Szelei, Tamás Tóth)

 EDiTE-related paper sessions:

Bucharová, L. : Changes or tradition in daily practice in elementary teaching in Czech Republic, Poland and Portugal.

Gregorzewski, M., Paasch, D., Wiesner, C., & Schratz, M. : What values drive school leaders? — An instrumental approach for evidence-informed school leadership.

Angerer, S., Pham, G., Schreiner, C., Pisanu, F., Paasch, D., & Gregorzewski, M. : Innovative Contributions to School and Classroom Development.

Szelei, N. : Schools at crossroads: how to respond to cultural diversity? A case study from urban Lisbon

Szelei, N., & Alves, I. : Conceptualisations of student diversity in an area-based intervention in Portugal (TEIP).

Symeonidis, V. : Europeanisation and education governance: The case of teacher education reforms in Austria, Greece and Hungary.

Symeonidis, V., & Kovacs, H. : The European Doctorate in Teacher Education (EDiTE): Insights and potentials of a European joint doctorate.

Tóth, T. : The pedagogy of hopelessness.

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Michael Schratz, Vasileios Symeonidis, Tamás Tóth, Anja Swennen, Malte Gregorzewski and Gábor Halász after the EDiTE Central Event

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Michael Schratz introducing EDiTE

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Nikolett Szelei and Michael Schratz in discussion with the audience

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Vasileos Symeonidis presenting his paper