Join PIONEERED at ECER 2023!
The European Conference on Educational Research (ECER) 2023 will be held at the Gilmorehill Campus of the University of Glasgow from 22 until 25 August 2023. The theme of the conference is “The Value of Diversity in Education and Educational Research”, with keynotes and other events focusing on the many forms of diversity in educational research, including conceptual, contextual, and methodological diversity.
The PIONEERED project partners will be in full attendance at this important event, presenting their findings from several research work packages. The practice research work package will be presented by teams from Norway, Germany, and Spain. The quantitative research work package will be presented by teams from Switzerland, Luxembourg, Finland, and Germany. The policy analysis work package will be presented by teams from Germany, Hungary, Lithuania, Luxembourg, and Norway.
Below is a list of presentations featuring participation from the PIONEERED teams:
Session: Educational lnequalities from the Multi-level, lntersectional and Life-course Perspectives
- Date & Time: 22 August: 5:15 – 6:45 p.m.
- Location: Gilbert Scott, Melville (Floor 4)
- Session Chair: Aigul Alieva
- Discussant: Christiane Gross
Robin Benz, Tobias Ackermann
Disadvantaged by Chance? Cut-off Dates for School Enrolment and Their Consequences for Educational Outcomes
lneke Pit-ten Cate, Martha Ottenbacher, Aigul Alieva, Taylor Kroezen
The lntersectionality of School and Student Factors in Predicting Academic Achievement
Katri Kleemola, lrena Kogan, lrem Karacay, Auli Toom
Explaining lntersectional lnequalities in Sense of Belonging in Education across the Educational Path and across Educational Contexts
Session: Educational Policy and Equality in Europe: Comparative Studies on Germany, Hungary, Lithuania, Luxembourg, and Norway
- Date & Time: 23 August: 1:30 – 3:00 p.m.
- Location: James Watt South Building, J15 LT (Floor 1)
- Session Chair: Juliette Torabian
- Discussant: Emer Smyth
Jekatyerina Dunajeva, Hanna Siarova, Borbala Lorincz
Embedded Concepts: Social and Historical Construction of Educational lnequality in Hungary’s and Lithuania’s Education Policy
Juliette Torabian, Frederick De Moll, Sabine Bollig
Early Childhood Policies Targeting lnequalities in Education. A Comparative Policy and Ethnographie Analysis of Pioneering Practices in Germany and Luxembourg
Joakim Jensen, Jan Skrobanek, Solvejg Jobst
Educational Equality through Unequal Treatment in Norway. Policy Problem Framing and Solutions Tackling Educational lnequality in an Egalitarian Context
Ivan Tokheim, Solvejg Jobst
Smoothening Transitional Risks for Students Struggling to Stay in School
Session: Policy Studies and Politics of Education
- Date & Time: 24 August: 05:15 – 06:45 p.m.
- Location: James Watt South Building, J345 (Floor 1)
Alejandro Montes, Carlos Alonso
The informed Discourse(s) in the Configuration of Practices Against Educational Inequality: Lessons Learned and Common Premises
Susana Vásquez-Cupeiro, Carlos Alonso
How to Reduce Educational Inequality? Dilemmas in the Spanish Context
Session: Tackling lnequalities Through Educational Diversity
- Date & Time: 25 August: 09:00 – 10:30 a.m.
- Location: James McCune Smith, 430 (Floor 4)
- Session Chair: Sabine Bollig
- Discussant: Justin Powell
Susana Vásquez-Cupeiro, Alejandro Montes
Second Chance Schools: A Window of Educational (Re)connection through Flexible Models
Solvejg Jobst, Ivan Tokheim, Jan Skrobanek, Joakim Jensen
Adapted Education as Framework for Interlinking Formal, Nonformal and Informal Education
Helena Kliche, Joos Magdalena, Schu Nadja
A Place-based Alliance for lnequality-sensitive and lnclusive Education in Early Years