History

2020 - Network Meeting during #ReconnectingEERA week

On Friday, 28 August, the Network 15 Annual General Meeting was held online.

2019 - Special Call

NW 15 offered the special call at ECER 2019: Reflecting on risk in partnerships in education

2018 - Change in Link Convenor

After ECER 2018, Kathrin Otrel-Cass (Aalborg University, Denmark) took over as new Link Convenor from Philippe Masson.

2011 - Interview with Link Convenor

At ECER 2011 "Urban Education" in Berlin, Graham Attwell and his colleagues from Pontysysgu interviewed the link convenor Philippe Masson.

2008 - Change in Link Convenor

Since 2008, the main convenor is Philippe Masson (Fr) with the help of Miranda Pilo (It).

2000 - Change in Link Convenor

Since 2000 Danielle Zay acted as Link Convenor for network 15.

1996 - Network Founded

Considering partnership in education as an object of research is relatively new in Europe. Overseas, even though the term was already present in 1969 (Landry and Mazalon, 1997), it was not until the late 90s that the concept was a thematic issue in the French magazine “Education Permanente”.

In Europe, Professor D. Zay gave it a space of recognition in 1996 through the creation of sub-network F of the TNTEE (Thematic Network In Teacher Education in Europe). This was followed by the creation of a space dedicated solely to this issue within the network 15 (Research Partnership in Education) of the EERA (European Educational Research Association) that Pr. D. Zay led until 2007 and currently has researchers around the world. The first co-convenors were Miranda Pilo (It) and Lorraine Savoie-Zajc (Ca).

NW 15 runs a mailing list and invites researchers to join. To join the mailing list, send a blank message to nw15-subscribe(at)lists.eera-ecer.de

Interview with Link Convenor 2019