Shortlist of Commended Papers Over the Years

Best Paper Award - Authors and Commended Papers

2019

  • Vito Dabisch | Which child to which school? How Local Politicians shape Catchment Areas, Schools Choice and Social Diversity.
  • Simona Ferraro | Local governments’ efficiency and educational results: empirical evidence from Italian primary schools
  • Franziska Lessky | Time-consuming employment and student attrition – A higher risk for First-in-Family students?
  • Gonzalo Maldonado-Ruiz | "Placing oneself on the other side", or how research on teachers' disposition is constructed through pedagogical documentation. A case study in Spain.
  • María Angélica Mejía-Cáceres | Influences of Educational Policy on Teacher Training in University-level Environmental Education- A Latin American Context
  • Ana Isabel Teixeira | Gender Equality Policy Analysis in Portugal: the educational role of Civil Society Organizations

2018

  • Corey Bloomfield | Compromised Alternatives: A critical analysis of the impact of curriculum affordance on marginalised young people in an unconventional school setting.
  • Chiara Dalledonne Vandini | Managing knowledge in parent-teacher conferences: participants' resources to pursue differ-ent assessment trajectories
  • Kerri Garrard | Toward intercultural history as pedagogy: a new theoretical approach
  • Elif Tuğçe Gezer | Development and Validation of Attitudes Towards Values Education Scale for Pre-service Teachers
  • Lina Grudulaitė | Creative space for intercultural learning of refugees and host communities
  • Carmel Hobbs | The spoiled identity of early school leavers: A recognitive justice approach to re-engagement
  • Bernardita Moreno | Teacher perceptions of newly-appointed principals: Benefits and challenges of internal appointments – A case study
  • Marialaura Moschella | Computational Thinking at Primary School. A systematic literature review on curriculum and methodologies.
  • Donata Puntil | Negotiation of identities of HE Language Teachers: an auto/biographical Case Study.
  • Teresa Streiß | “Real Boys Don’t Read!?” – A Case Study On Exclusion And Inclusion In Literacy Education
  • Kim Wilcox | Interrogating the Discourses of ‘Teaching Excellence’ in the Context of a Framework for Assessing the Standard of Teaching in Higher Education

2017

  • Lisa Bugno | Clues to The Winds Directions: Sailing on Teachers' Beliefs About Cultural Diversity. Results from A Semi-Structured Interview in The Italian Context
  • Nora Cechovsky | Students' conceptions and misconceptions of taxes as an input for tax education initiatives in Europe
  • Audrey Doyle Approaching curriculum reform in lower secondary through complexity theory and rhizoanalysis
  • Hong Zheng | A documentary analysys of evaluation standards of compulsory education quality in China

2016

  • Simona Ferraro | School-level Policies and the Efficiency and Equity Trade-off in Education.
  • Kalypso Filippou | Students’ academic self-efficacy in international master’s degree programmes at Finnish universities: Analysis of students’ gender, field of study and cultural background
  • Aimee Haley | Returning to Rural Origins after Higher Education - Gendered Social Space
  • Xirong He | Removing the barriers to inclusive education: Chinese hearing parents’ supporting their deaf children to be educated at primary school in Beijing
  • Elle Hilke Dominski | Intersectional Bullying & LGBT students: victim, perpetrator, and school and the construction of power
  • Gillian Kirk | Are all play contexts created equal? A comparison of two different approaches to teaching through play in Western Australian kindergartens
  • Alison Milner | No Alternative for Swedish Teachers: the recontextualisation of discourses of teacher professionalism in Social Democrat and Green Party policy
  • Katharina Peterke | Language Proficiency through Conceptual Metaphor Teaching
  • Anna Katarzyna Wozniczka | Capturing voices of immigrant children: Dilemmas of a researcher
  • Deyun Yang | Measuring Market Orientation in Schools in Northeast China
  • Oldaç Yusuf İkbal | The relationship between distributed leadership, formal and informal structures, academic optimism and student achievement: A multilevel analysis
  • Natasha Ziebell | Curriculum Alignment, Planning Processes and the Impact of Authorship

First-hand Insights

Learn what Sofia Eleftheriadou, winner of the Best Paper Award 2019, found useful about the Emerging Researcher's Conference and the Best Paper Award on the EERA Blog.

Best Paper Award 2020

Submission deadline 19 Sep 2020
Formative feedback given 5 Nov 2020
Re-Submission deadline 15 Dec 2020
Winner announced Feb 2021

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