Bursary Winners 2014

EERA awards financial support to promising new researchers from Low GDP and Eastern European countries to enable them to attend the ECER Conference. ECER Conference Bursaries, which are awarded to 20 emerging researchers, consist of 500 euro towards travel and accommodation expenses and free entry to the Main Conference. This year Sage Publishing kindly supported one of the bursaries.

Five bursaries consisting of free entry to ECER and the ERC were awarded to researchers from Portugal.

Tao He Digital Informal Learning: The Influential Factors from Students’ Perspective Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Saneeya Qureshi Special Educational Needs Coordinators or Teachers – Who's in the Driving Seat for Special Educational Needs Provision in English Primary Schools? University of Northampton
Burcu Erdemir Poor Leadership and Organisational Culture Behind the Issue of Psychological Abuse in Academia Middle East Technical University
Christiana Charalampopoulou Museum Educational Programs and Intercultural Dialogue University of Rouen
Okan Arslan Negative Numbers: From Past to Present Middle East Technical University
Festo Kayima Chemistry Teachers' Knowledge and Perceptions about Classroom Oral Questioning University of Bergen
Gülsüm Gök The Effect of 7E-Learning Cycle Instruction on Middle School Students’ Conceptual Understanding of Respiratory System Middle East Technical University
Saidu Bangura People, Society, And Language: A Road Map To Sierra Leone English Universidade Jean Piaget de Cabo Verde
Ewelina Pyzik Gender Equality In Higher Education – Are State Actions The Only Way? Catholic University of Lublin
Maja Maksimovic Epistemological Assumptions and Power Relation in Adult Education – Discourse Analysis University of Belgrade
Krzysztof Dudek The cross-cultural study about the moral values in the Management of Education. The intellectual property case. Jagiellonian University
Laura Karabassova Perceptions of the Bologna process: a case study of a university department in Kazakhstan University of Warwick
Pawel Atroszko Socioeconomic Factors Related to Unhealthy Attitudes Towards Learning Among University Students University of Gdansk
Ildikó Oláh Universities – Since When? University of Pecs
Jitka Suchardová Nováková Inequality in Foreign Language Learning Charles University
Oksana Chugai Integration Of National Teacher Education System Into European Educational Space: Ukrainian Context National Academy of Pedagogical Sciences of Ukraine
Iryna Kushnir Recovering ‘Process’ in the Bologna Process: Its Transfer in the Ukrainian Context University of Edinburgh
João Brogueira Dynamics of a international Community of Practice in group on LinkedIn ® Universidade Aberta
Paula Cardoso Open Educational Practices in Public Higher Education in Portugal Universidade Aberta
Paulo Duarte Branco Usability Tests For TV.COMmunity Platform Aveiro University
João Fernandes Analysing Activities in the Portuguese Secondary Schools’ Science Learning Studios Universidade Nova
Ricardo Oliveira Personal Learning Networks (PLN) in emerging distance education environments: genesis and dynamics of the PLN in a community of researchers Universidade Aberta
Sandra Ximena Bonilla Medina Viewing teachers' practice as educational practice. What does this mean University of East London
SAGE winner Denise Mifsud School Networking In Malta: Policy-mandated Collegiality As Experienced By The Educational Leaders University of Stirling