New blogs on our work at the ECER 2017 in Copenhagen – Insights into the sessions of the VETNET network

One month ago, from the 22nd to the 25th of August we were working at the European Conference on Educational Research (ECER 2017) in Copenhagen – at the Carlsberg campus of the University College Copenhagen (UCC). After the conference Pekka Kämäräinen has written a series of blog posts on the sessions of the VETNET network on his blog “Working & Learning” (http://www.pontydysgu.org/blogs/workinglearning).

Below you will find the headings of the six blogs and links to the individual posts. These posts are the individual reports and reflections of the author of the posts (in agreement with the presenters in the respective conference sessions):

Wrapping up the ECER 2017 experience – Part One: Thematic overview

Wrapping up the ECER 2017 experience – Part Two: My reflections on Accompanying Research in the Learning Layers project

Wrapping up the ECER 2017 experience – Part Three: Discussions on common qualification frameworks and credit transfer systems

Wrapping up the ECER 2017 experience – Part Four: Discussions on vocational teacher education

Wrapping up the ECER 2017 experience – Part Five: Discussions on multi-methodological approaches in VET research

Wrapping up the ECER 2017 experience – Part Six: Developments in the VETNET community

By sharing these links we want to give you access to the conference experience or an opportunity to refresh the memories on our work in Copenhagen. With these snapshots we want to add new pages to the ‘VETNET journey’ – the series of blogs with which Pekka Kämäräinen covered the 20 years of VETNET activities in August 2016.

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