Annual Report 2015, Budapest

Annual Report 2015, Budapest

We see a clear improvement in the quality of presentations.  On the whole the theoretical basis for the papers is more prominent and we have more focus on partnership methodology rather than accounts of partnerships. As we attracting more papers we intend to be more demanding next year. Not wanting to be the "bad guy", we preferred redirecting.  We continued our methodology workshops and hope to have one on Theory of Change in 2016.

We are involved like the others years in the mentoring process (ERG). One or two sessions each year.

10 sessions, 3 symposia with each time in average 15 persons

No joint session this year, but we hope to make contact with 5 networks to Dublin.

The conference was marked by a major symposium. Indeed, the creator of the network, Prof. Danielle Zay, had organized a symposium on inclusive education which is a logical answer to these questions of partnership in education. It's rather exciting that we found her.

We have oriented the work of the year on collaboration between teams from different countries working on issues of education partnerships.

The two "Research Workshop" had a great success. We miss each time time to go further in our reflections.

At the convenors meeting there were a number of potential links for Dublin explored - with Inclusive Education, Children's Rights and Sports Pedagogy.

Each network holds a Network Meeting during ECER and invites interested researchers to join. We have collected the network meeting minutes.
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EERA has published ECER statistics for each network since 2018.
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