ECER Scholarships 2010

The EERA and the Emerging Researchers' Network received over 40 scholarship applications for ECER 2010. Of these, 20 applicants have been awarded a scholarship consisting of free registration to the Pre- and Main Conference, 500 Euro budget for transport and accommodation and an accepted presentation at the Pre-conference for Postgraduate Students and Young Researchers. 

With this scholarship EERA supports promising young scholars from eastern parts of Europe and other low GDP countries (including those from low GDP countries studying in high GDP countries) in order to allow them to participate at the European Educational Research Conference.

Scholarship Holders ECER 2010

Zeynep Akdag Satisfaction of Prospective Early Childhood Teachers with Their Future Profession Middle East Technical University, Turkey
Vaiva Jucevičiūtė-Bartkevičienė The Individual Vocal Expression in the Future Music Teacher's Personal Competences Development Vilnius Pedagogical University, Lithuania
Theodosia Albanti An Evaluation of Continuous Professional Development of Teachers of English at Second Chance Schools in Greece University of Nottingham, UK
Tatsiana Puchkouskaya Diagnosing and Development of Math Intuition in Heterogeneous Classes Belarus National Institute of Education, Belarus
Semiyu Adejare Aderibigbe Enhancing collaborative mentoring relationships between teacher and student teacher in the classroom: a critical constructivist approach University of Aberdeen, UK
Özlem Dursun Investigating the Relationship Between Preservice Teachers’ Spatial Ability and Spatial Anxiety Middle East Technical University, Turkey
Olena Ovchynnikova Organisational and Cultural Change: Implementing the Bologna Process in Russia and Ukraine University of Oxford, UK
Natallia Yakavets Multi-Agency Partnership: Collaborative Culture of Schooling Open University, UK
Michal Zawadzki The Erosion of Cultural Function of the Western University in the Face of Its Commercialization Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland
Małgorzata Anna Banasiak Home- school relations in Poland after school reform in 1999 University of Nicolaus Copernicus Poland, Poland
Makbule Gözde Didis Pre-service Teachers' Problems During School Experience Period Middle East Technical University, Turkey
Maja Terlević Slovene primary schools on the way of sustainable development – myth or reality? University of Primorska, Slovenia
Katarzyna Borkowska The Consumption of Hegemonic Masculinity: Understanding Gender Patterns Through the Computer-Mediated Communication University of Glasgow, UK
Katalin Ábrahám; Zoltán Tőzsér Knowledge or/and Competences? Participation of Graduate Students in Adult Education University of Debrecen, Hungary
Jelena Radisic Language and mathematics teachers’ beliefs on teaching/learning process University of Belgrade, Serbia
Igor Folvarochny Modern trends in development education and adult education policy in ЕU countries and Ukraine Institute of Pedagogical Science and Adult Education, Ukraine
Ghanshyam Bishwakarma Reaching the Unreached : From Educational Exclusion to Inclusive Education to Dalit Girls in Nepal University of Eastern Finland, Finland
Elif Ozturk Pre-Service Early Childhood Teachers’ Views about Integration of Technology into Early Childhood Curriculum Middle East Technical University, Turkey
Carolina Guzmán Valenzuela Expert Teaching Practices at Poor Schools in Chile: A Qualitative Approach University of Valparaíso, Chile 2: University of Barcelona, Spain
Aneta Oldakowska “I doubt therefore I teach” Overcoming thinking of students in terms of traditional categories: the role of “cultural decentration” Geneva University, Switzerland