ECER 2021 (online) will take place over four and a half days, starting Monday morning 6 September and ending Friday 10 September at lunchtime. In addition to interactive paper sessions, research workshops, panel discussions, ignite talk sessions, poster sessions and symposia, there will be a poster exhibition and a publisher exhibition, both exhibitions offering opportunities to chat and/or get together for a one to one video meeting. It is planned to have the keynote videos available prior to ECER and the ECER week will culminate with the Keynote Panel on Friday. There will be plenty of opportunities to socialise and network throughout the conference and there will be special activities organised by networks as well as Geneva-themed events hosted by the local organising committee in Geneva.
ECER 2021 conference in Geneva will be online (click here for more information) and the call for proposals for ECER has now been published. EERA/ECER will release soon all the Special Calls of the Network. More information: https://eera-ecer.de/ecer-2021-geneva/
Reconnecting EERA activities on the 23-28 th of August in 2020.
As you know, the ECER 2020 conference was canceled due to Covid2019. Instead, the European Association for Educational Research, of which we are members, has organized various activities aimed at bringing together European researchers in education. Plenary speeches here: https://eera-ecer.de/previous-ecers/ecer-2020-glasgow/reconnecting-eera-23-28-august-online
ECER 2019 conference in Hamburg – ” Education in an Era of Risk – the Role of Educational Research for the Future ” education on future issues.
The ECER 2019 conference took place on the 2-6th in 2021 in Hamburg. The second largest, one of the most beautiful cities in Germany, is located in the north, near the Elbe delta in the North Sea. This business, industrial and cultural center is the second largest port in Europe and the largest in Germany.
ECER is the main conference of the European Association for Educational Research (EERA). LERA is a collective member of EERA. Liudmila Rupšienė, President of the Lithuanian Association for Educational Research, informed that ECER 2019 had gathered almost 3,000 people from all over Europe and the world researching education. The Emerging Researchers’ Conference (ERC) was held for two days and the main conference for four days, with presentations at 37 international networks of researchers. Doctoral students make presentations not only at the Novice Researchers Conference, but many networks also accept doctoral students ’presentations at major conference sessions. Several doctoral students from Lithuania participated in the conference. In total, Lithuania was represented by over 40 announcements authors and co-authors, who prepared 31 announcements.
ECER is a great opportunity for all participants to publish their research, get the latest news on educational science and educational practice, establish and strengthen international contacts, develop communication and collaboration.