Coordinators

 

 

 

Gert Biesta


gert.biesta@gmail.com

 

Rupert Wegerif


University of Exeter, UK
R.B.Wegerif@exeter.ac.uk

                                                                       

                                                 JURE Assistant Coordinator: Giuseppe Ritella

 

Mission Statement

Our main aim is to build capacity in theory in EARLI. We start from the assumption that good research needs high quality theory and theorising as well as high quality designs and techniques. As a SIG we provide opportunities to explore and develop theories and traditions of theorising that impact on educational research. One of our aims as a community is to investigate the relationship between theory and the quality of research in the field of learning and Instruction.

There is a particular focus in the SIG on providing opportunities for early career researchers to learn from others, build networks and find an avenue for publication. The SIG will facilitate focused interaction between experienced and early career researchers.

A further ambition of the SIG is to participate in expanding EARLI to make it more attractive to high quality educational researchers focusing on the theory of education who currently might not feel ‘at home' in EARLI.

 

Activities

SIGs 10, 21 & 25 "Social Interaction in Learning and Instruction", 
"Learning and Teaching in Culturally Diverse Settings" and "Educational Theory"
Theme: Reflective Minds and Communities
Dates: 28th - 29th of August, 2016
Place: University of Tartu, Estonia
Website

First call for papers
Second call for papers

Deadline for proposals: 1st of March, 2016
Deadline for EARLY BIRD registration: 30th of April, 2016