Call for Papers: Multiple Dimensions of Teacher Educators in the Global Further Education and Lifelong Learning Sector. Editor: Sai Loo, UCL Institute of Education, University College London, England.

This Call for Papers is on teacher educators in the related further education (and skills) (FE) sector across the world. This call follows the Routledge publication of Professional Development of Teacher Educators in Further Education: Pathways, knowledge, identities and vocationalism (Loo, 2020 published in December 2019). Teacher educators are “those who are educating prospective teachers, …

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VET Researcher Award 2019: Online voting is open until 15 October 2019

On behalf of the European Commission, VETNET organised the nomination for the VET researcher award 2019. The final winner will be selected through a mix of votes from the jury and the general public. Have your say on who you think should win and choose your preferred candidate through on-line voting. Follow this link https://ec.europa.eu/eusurvey/runner/VETExcellenceAwards2019

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VETNET-Proceedings of the European Conference on Educational Research (ECER)

The Proceedings "Trends in Vocational Education and Training (Vol. 2)" of the Vocational Education and Training Network (VETNET), presented papers at the European Conference on Educational Research (ECER) in Hamburg 2019, with more than 50 "short papers" and 462 pages in total can be downloaded ... here. It is an open access volume.

Reflections on ECER 2019 and VETNET – Post 3: Debates on VET research and on the role of VET researchers

Vetnetsite continues publishing blog posts of  Pekka Kämäräinen on the ECER 2019 and on the contribution of the VETNET network for European research in vocational education and training (VET). The first post focused on the Opening session of the VETNET network. The second post focused on the organisational development of the VETNET network and on …

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Reflections on ECER 2019 and VETNET – Post 2: Development of the VETNET network

Vetnetsite continues publishing blog posts of  Pekka Kämäräinen on the ECER 2019 and on the contribution of the VETNET network for European research in vocational education and training (VET). The first post focused on the Opening session of the VETNET network. The second post gives an  overview of the organisational development of the VETNET network …

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Reflections on ECER 2019 and VETNET – Post 1: The VETNET Opening session

With this series of blog posts Pekka Kämäräinen gives insights into ECER 2019 conference and into the contribution of VETNET network – the research network for the field of vocational education and training (VET). The first post focuses on the traditional VETNET Opening session.  Below, firstly some background information and then a summary of the …

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New blogs on the ECER 2019 and on the VETNET network

Last week the ECER 2019 conference took place at the University of Hamburg. Once again, the VETNET network for European research in vocational education and training (VET) was present with a strong program. And once again, the historian of VETNET, Pekka Kämäräinen, has written a series of blogs to wrap up his experiences. This time …

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