Keynote Speakers

ECER 2021 Keynote Speakers

Jo-Anne Dillabough
"Higher Education, Violent Modernities and the ‘Global Present’: The Paradox of Politics and New Populist Imaginaries in HE"

Jo-Anne Dillabough is Reader in the Sociology of Youth and Global Cultures (Education, Sociology of Education), University of Cambridge. She has been a visiting scholar at universities in Australia, Argentina, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden and was the former David Lam Chair in Multicultural Education, UBC.
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Phillipp Gonon and Lorenzo Bonoli
"Behind the "Swiss model" of Vocational Education and Training - The evolution of a multi-faceted system, based on cantonal differences"

Philipp Gonon is Professor of Vocational Education and Training at the Zurich University, where he teaches vocational pedagogy, history and theory of (vocational) education, quality assurance and program evaluation at the graduate and undergraduate level.

Lorenzo Bonoli is senior researcher and head of MSc program at the Swiss Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training in Lausanne and Zollikofen (Bern).

At ECER 2021, they willl hold a joint keynote.
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Kirsti Klette
"Classroom observation as a means of understanding teaching quality: Towards a shared understanding of teaching quality? "

Prof Dr Kirsti Klette has been a full Professor of Classroom Studies / Curriculum and Instruction at the University of Oslo since 2002. Professor Klette is the Director of the Research group Studies of Instruction across Subjects and Competences (SISCO) at the Faculty of Educational Sciences, she is the leader of the TeachingLearning VideoLab Oslo and she is Director of the Nordic Centre of Excellence in Education “Quality in Nordic Teaching” (QUINT)...
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Laura Lundy
"Human Rights Law: a framework for reconciling the competing interests of state, society and students?"

Laura Lundy is Co-Director of the Centre for Children’s Rights and a Professor of Education Law and Children’s Rights in the School of Social Sciences, Education and Social Work at Queen’s University, Belfast. She is joint Editor in Chief of the International Journal of Children’s Rights.
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Anne Rohstock
"Educational Research as Relational and Co-productive Slow Science"

Anne Rohstock is a professor at the University of Tübingen’s Institute of Education. She holds an MA in Education Sciences from LMU Munich and a PhD in History from the University of Regensburg. Her work focuses on modern Europe and North America and addresses key aspects of educational history in the 20th century from a cultural historical and history of knowledge perspective.
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Ninni Wahlström
"School and Democratic Hope: the school as a space for civic literacy"

Ninni Wahlström is Professor of Education at Linnaeus University, Sweden. Her current research focuses on transnational and national policy discourses and their implications for national curriculum and classroom teaching from a perspective of critical curriculum theory.
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ERC 2021 Keynote Speaker

ERC Keynote Marit Honerød Hoveid
"Doing Educational Research: A re-examination of relations between educational research and educational practices."

Marit Honerød Hoveid is a professor of education at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, department of education and lifelong learning.

Friday, 03 September 9:00 - 10:00 CET (Geneva) time
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Upcoming ECERs

ECER'24, Nicosia
ECER'25, Belgrade
ECER'26, Tampere
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Important Dates ECER 2021

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