Lietuvos edukacinių tyrimų asociacija

Juridinio asmens kodas 191974021
Adresas: H. Manto 84, LT-92294 Klaipėda

Representatives of educational sciences, researchers, representatives of higher education institutions, employers, students, education and science policy makers and anyone interested in the development of critical thinking in higher education are kindly invited to participate.

Date30 September, 2021
Time3.00 p.m.-5.00p.m.
Linkshttps://smm-lt.zoom.us/j/6289736970 (live broadcasting)
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHxFzyS1l3eAxn-gXT4BHbQ
Moderatorprof. dr. Lilija Duoblienė, Professor, Institute of Educational Sciences, Faculty of Philosophy at Vilnius University, Member of the Board of the Lithuanian Educational Research Association.
Introductiondr. Agnė Kudarauskienė, Deputy Minister of Education, Science and Sports of the Republic of Lithuania.
prof. dr. Inga Žalėnienė, Rector of Mykolas Romeris University.
KeynoteCritical Thinking in Higher Education: Whom and Why?
dr. Daiva Penkauskienė
, Associate Professor, Institute of Education and Social Work, Faculty of Human and Social Studies, Mykolas Romeris University.
The announcement is based on the research “Critical Thinking in Higher Education: A Study and Labor Market Perspective”. Research team: assoc. prof. Violeta Jegelevičienė (project manager), prof. dr. Valdonė Indrašienė, assoc. prof. Daiva Penkauskienė, assoc. prof. Jolanta Pivorienė, prof. dr. Odeta Merfeldaitė, assoc. prof. Asta Railienė, doc. dr. Justinas Sadauskas, dr. Natalija Valavičienė. The research was funded by the European Social Fund under measure no. 09.3.3-LMTK712 activities “Improving the qualification of researchers by implementing high-level R&D projects”, grant agreement no. 09.3.3-LMT-K-712-01-006.
Discussionprof. dr. Natalija Mažeikienė, Professor, Department of Social Work, Faculty of Social Sciences, Vytautas Magnus University.
prof. dr. Kristupas Sabolius,Professor, Department of Continental Philosophy and Religious Studies, Faculty of Philosophy, Vilnius University.
dr. Agnė Kudarauskienė, Deputy Minister of Education, Science and Sports of the Republic of Lithuania.
Almantas Šerpatauskas, Director of the Centre for Quality Assessment in Higher Education.
Linas Leonas, Lecturer, Department of Health Psychology, Faculty of Public Health, Lithuanian University of Health Sciences, Chairman of the Study Evaluation Commission operating at Centre for Quality Assessment in Higher Education.
Conclusionprof. dr. Liudmila Rupšienė, President of the Lithuanian Educational Research Association.
prof. dr. Loreta Žadeikaitė, Chief Adviser of the Department of Studies, Science and Technology in Ministry of Education, Science and Sports.
Contact informatione-mail: Liudmila.Rupsiene@baltcontract.eu, tel. 8 686 39 529;
e-mail: Loreta.Zadeikaite@smm.lt, tel. 8 686 21 364.

Projects and other activities carried out by the Vilnius Center for Educational Progress contribute to the provision of quality and modern education for students in Vilnius. Data-based decision-making is the basis for successful and efficient operation of the institution, planning and implementation of education policy. In order to improve the monitoring of the field of education, see a systematic picture of the state of education in Vilnius, improve its activities and provide insights and recommendations to Vilnius City Municipality, the   Vilnius Center for Educational Progress analysts team are strengthened and we invite INVESTIGATOR-ANALYST to join the team.

More about the job offer: https://www.svietimopazanga.lt/prie-vspc-komandos-kvieciame-prisijungti-tyreja-analitika-e/

Kviečiame dalyvauti mokslininkų komandas viešuosiuose pirkimuose:

  1. Secondary analysis of the results of international research on student achievement No. 1 preparation services.
    https://cvpp.eviesiejipirkimai.lt/Notice/DocumentsFamily/2021-630773

  2. Secondary analysis of the results of international research on student achievement No. 1 preparation services.
     https://cvpp.eviesiejipirkimai.lt/Notice/Details/2021-658443

  3. Secondary analysis of the results of international research on student achievement No. 3 preparation services. Announced https://cvpp.eviesiejipirkimai.lt/Notice/DocumentsFamily/2021-697908

  4. Learning achievement longitudinal research service.
    https://cvpp.eviesiejipirkimai.lt/Notice/Details/2021-602573

National  Agency for Education  project “Development of Vocational Training and Lifelong Learning Information Systems and Registers” No. 09.4.1-ESFA-V-713-02-0001 (2021) team prepared an  actual analysis  for  this school  academic year: Hibridinio mokymo(si) / ugdymo(si) patirties analizę.

 We invite  to participate in the 5th conference of the Lithuanian Educational Research Association (LERA) “Scientific Citizenship in Uncertain World” organized by the Lithuanian Educational Research Association and the Institute of Education and Social Work of the Faculty of Human and Social Studies of Mykolas Romeris University.The conference will be held on 8-9 October.  

The first day ( 8 October) will take place by contact at Mykolas Romeris University (Ateities St. 20, Vilnius, Room I-414). We remind you that only persons with an Opportunity Passport are allowed on the university premises. The second day of the conference will take place remotely.
You can register to participate in the conference until 24, September, 2021. Registration link: https://forms.office.com/r/qVmq0LCBGk If you have any questions, please contact us by e-mail. p. esdi.konferencija@mruni.eu

Conference fee:
in case of participation only on the 1st day of the conference – 30 euros;
for participation only on the 2nd day of the conference – 10 euros;
participation in both days of the conference – 40 euros.

Reniewed prelimary  conference  program: https://lera.lt/leta-konferencija-2021/konferencijos-programa-2021/ 

Filming and photography will take place during the event. Digital information will be placed on the website http://lera.lt/. 

 

Dear Colleagues,

Congratulations to you all on  the 1st of September! We hope you will start another year of cognition and development, friendship and cooperation on this day. We wish you optimistic colors, constructive agreements and amazing moments.

LERA team

We invite scientists (researchers), evaluators (experts), teachers-methodologists and all interested parties to join the implementation of projects.

The European Research Council (ERC) approved the 2022 a work program of over € 2.4 billion for frontier research; these funds will be available to more than 1,100 researchers from the European Union and associated countries.
In 2022, researchers will be able to participate in both the traditional calls for proposals for ERC funding mechanisms (ERC StG, CoG, AdG) and ERC Synergy grants and ERC Proof of Concept grants.
More information: https://lmt.lt/naujienos/europos-mokslo-taryba-paskelbe-2022-m.-darbo-programa-ir-nauju-kvietimu-tvarkarasti/3880

The Educational forum ,,Strengthening Educational Research in Lithuania: Intersections of National and International Contexts”  was held on the 22th of June. Over 100 participants participated in this forum. The forum record is available at Youtube platform: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mXRNz0D2h2o.
.The introduction was given by Ramūnas Skaudžius (Vice- Minister of Education, Science and Sports of the Republic of Lithuania). The keynote  “Strengthening Educational Research in Lithuania: Intersections of National and International Contexts”  was presented by prof. Audra Skukauskaitė (Professor at the University of Central Florida (USA)). In the discussion participated Aušra Grybauskienė (Chief Specialist of the Science Department of Studies, Science and Technology in the Ministry of Education, Science and Sports), prof. Palmira Jucevičienė (Professor of Kaunas University of Technology, Member of the Board of the Lithuanian Educational Research Association), prof. Liudvika Leišytė (Professor at the University of Technology in Dortmund (Germany), Visiting Professor at the Center for Higher Education Policy Studies (CHEPS) at the University of Twente (Netherlands), Member of the Board of the German Higher Education and Studies Research Association, Chair of the Futura Scientia Association in Lithuania), assoc. prof. Irena Stonkuvienė (Director of the Institute of Educational Sciences, Faculty of Philosophy, Vilnius University, Member of the Education Council, Vice President of the Lithuanian Educational Research Association), dr. Eugenijus Stumbrys (Head of the Science Policy and Analysis Department, LSC), prof. habil. dr. Vilija Targamadzė (Deputy Chairman of the Education and Science Committee of the Parlament of the Republic of Lithuania).  Closing speech was presented by prof. dr. Liudmila Rupšienė (President of the Lithuanian Educational Research Association),prof. dr. Loreta Žadeikaitė (Chief Adviser of the Department of Studies, Science and Technology in Ministry of Education, Science and Sports). The session was moderated by  prof. dr. Rūta Girdzijauskienė (Chief Researcher, Klaipėda University, Professor of the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theater, Member of the Lithuanian Educational Research Association),Ričardas Ališauskas (Head of the Strategic Programs Division of the Ministry of Education, Science and Sports). The Educational Forum was organised by the Ministry of Education, Science and Sports and the Lithuanian Educational Research Association.

The Lithuanian Academy of Sciences (LAA) organizes a seminar “Future – Challenges of Information Technologies for Society” on 16th of June  (Wednesday) from 10 a.m. to 12 a.m. 

The seminar will be held remotely using the Teams platform.

Representatives of science, education, business and government are invited to participate.

Those who plan to participate, please send your login details to Valerija Paškauskienė by e-mail v.paskauskiene@lma.lt until  14th of June.

More: http://www.lma.lt/news/1211/67/Ateitis-informaciniu-technologiju-issukiai-visuomenei.