ERC Best Poster Awards

Best Poster Award

During the Emerging Researchers' Conference, the Convenors and the Senior Mentor of the Emerging Researchers' Group select the best poster presented during the interactive poster sessions. In special cases, it is possible to have more than one winning poster. The judges evaluate the posters according to the following criteria:

  • quality of the research in terms of theoretical and methodological aspects
  • originality of the work presented
  • added value of the research in terms of “closing a gap” in knowledge
  • degree of European contexualisation
  • adequateness and originality of poster layout in relation to its contents
  • quality of the 6 minute and 40 seconds poster presentation.

The winner of the Best Poster Award is announced during the closing ceremony of the  Emerging Researchers' Conference. The presenter of the winning poster is invited to attend the following year's ECER conference and receives a 500,-€ bursary. An official EERA certificate will also be awarded.

Popular Vote Poster Award

In 2019, the ERC will pilot a "popular vote poster award" for the first time. A certificate of recognition will be given to the winner of this award, following a peer based vote during the poster walk in which the participants interactively decide which poster they liked best. This award will acknowledge (in addition to the Best Poster Award) the high quality of the posters presented at the Emerging Researchers’ Conference. The process will give authors a further opportunity for feedback on their work based on a peer review process during the Conference.  

01.10.2018
The Emerging Researchers' Poster Jury awarded the ERC Best Poster Prize 2018 to Anna Heudorfer and Sinah Mielich for their poster "Community-oriented Research-based Learning as Teaching Approach for Inclusion and Exclusion in Higher Education".
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The Emerging Researchers' Poster Jury awarded the ERC Best Poster Prize 2017 to Christiana Glettler for her poster "Teaching Nature – Two Case Studies of 5-7-year-old Children Engaged in Outdoor Learning Activities".
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The ERC Best Poster Prize 2016 goes to Svenja Matheis for her poster "Is Giftedness a Matter of Justice? Explaining Teachers' Attitudes Towards Gifted Students".
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The jury once again awarded the Best Poster Prize to two presenters, Klára Záleská ("Integrating Immigrant Children into Primary Schools in The Czech Republic and Norway") and Kampei Hayashi ("An analysis of the Global Education Policy Market - Its Rise and Impact").
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The jury awarded the Best Poster Prize to two presenters this year, Nadja Köffler ("Learning Demands Vs. Learning Needs In Institutionalized Educational Contexts – On Student’s Learning Needs In University Teacher Education") and Marina Wagener ("Global Citizenship Education And Youth Participation In The Globalised World – Child Sponsorships As Informal Learning Resources In Germany").
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The Best Poster Prize 2013 goes to Jana Jašková for her work on "The Pilot Study of Research Concerning the Pedagogical Content Knowledge of University Novices Teaching English for Specific Purposes"
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The Prize goes to Anna Gstöttner for her poster on "Educational academic careers in Europe with gender perspective – an empiric German-Norwegian analysis"
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Erika Bozzato was awarded the Best Poster Prize for the Emerging Researchers' Group.
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ECER 2010 awarded two Best Poster awards. The winners were Giuseppe Ritella from the University of Helsinki for the poster "Teacher and technology: the configuration of space and time in a collaborative activity", and Grace Shiao En-Chng from Bielefeld University with "Investigating reasoning competence and epistemic cognition of fifth graders in the context of parental socialization"
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EERA Constitution

Please note, as EERA is organised as a German eingetragener Verein, the German version of the constitution is legally binding. 

EERA is committed to upholding high academic and professional standards.
EERA expects all of its member associations to promote ethical educational research by their association members.
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