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ECER 2024, Nicosia

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Sustainable university: A model of development in post-war Ukraine
07 February 2024, 9:00 am
Nataliia Kholiavko and Iryna Didenko

Higher education institutions are more than a place for obtaining knowledge and competencies; they are the centres for accumulating the country’s intellectual capital, they are the research and training hubs, and they are the agents of sustainable changes in society. Dr Iryna Didenko and Dr Nataliia Kholiavko on a sustainable development model for universities in post-war Ukraine.

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5 practical tips for maths teachers for the design of emotion-sensitive classrooms
24 January 2024, 9:00 am
Dr. Başak Çalık

Teachers should design authentic learning environments in which students are provided with learning opportunities to apply their knowledge and skills in different disciplines and real life, argues Dr. Başak Çalık.

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GenZ – the new generation of university students and implications for academic practice
10 January 2024, 8:55 am
Elif Taslibeyaz, Feng Su & Margaret Wood

To meet the expectations of GenZ university students, universities must go beyond the stereotypes and provide support for a range of learning needs.

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Fostering Creativity in the Classroom  – developing a cross-curricular module in ITE
20 December 2023, 8:55 am
Dr Peter Tiernan, Dr Fiona Gallacher & Dr Irene White

Dr Tiernan on fostering creativity in the classroom with a multidisplinary approach, including digital learning, drama, and linguistic responsiveness.

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News

07.11.2023
EERA is pleased to announce the addition of Network, 34. Research on Citizenship Education. Network Objetives: Citizenship education plays a key role in fostering democracy, human rights and the rule of law. It is strongly intertwined with lifelong learning and with the development of the ability to act for social justice and fully participate in civic and social life...
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19.07.2023
22 - 24 November 2023, National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 28 July 2023
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27.03.2023
Lucian Ciolan will take over as EERA's Secretary General after ECER 2024.
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24.03.2023
Lisa Bugno will take over as ERG Link Convenor after ECER 2024.
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09.03.2023
EASSH offers its members the opportunity to participate in a science policy fellowship, the EASSH Philippe Keraudren Mobility Fellowship Programme. The programme is named in honour of Philippe Keraudren, a senior member of the European Commission staff who worked side by side with the SSH research community to promote a strong advocacy platform for SSH research.
Application deadline: 31 March
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