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The European Conference on Educational Research (ECER) this year employed a hybrid mode of presentation, with an in-person conference in Yerevan, Armenia, and an online conference ECER plus. This year's conference theme 'Education in a Changing World: The impact of global realities on the prospects and experiences of educational research' encapsulates our experiences of the past two years – the first two years of the [Coronavirus Disease 2019] Covid-19 pandemic. The Vocational Education and Training Network (VETNET) has moved beyond the everyday exigencies of the pandemic to present a... [+] Show more
The European Conference on Educational Research (ECER) this year employed a hybrid mode of presentation, with an in-person conference in Yerevan, Armenia, and an online conference ECER plus. This year's conference theme 'Education in a Changing World: The impact of global realities on the prospects and experiences of educational research' encapsulates our experiences of the past two years – the first two years of the [Coronavirus Disease 2019] Covid-19 pandemic. The Vocational Education and Training Network (VETNET) has moved beyond the everyday exigencies of the pandemic to present a robust programme on current and future issues and challenges to vocational education and training (VET).
The 20 papers and one symposium presented in these Conference Proceedings ably demonstrate the range of research priorities for the Network, which encompasses: comparison of VET cultures and governance of VET systems; qualification frameworks, competence assessment; teachers' and trainers' professional development; careers, transitions and guidance and counselling; work-based learning, partnership of learning venues; social issues in VET and social impact of VET provisions; and pedagogic support by digital media.
The papers and symposium are: Transformation for rural development: an analysis of perspective transformation of participants of a VET course in agriculture / Ozge Altay; The future of vocational education and training in Europe: scenarios for 2035: a symposium / Magdolna Benke, Lorenzo Bonoli, Philipp Gonon, Philipp Grollmann, Fernando Marhuenda-Fluixa, Jorg Markowitsch and Jackie Vorpe; The relationship between theory and practice in vocational education: design elements from the perspective of teachers / Anna Bobe and Anke Karber; Continuity and change in dual apprenticeship systems: different historical pathways to 'hybridity' in VET in Germany and Switzerland / Thomas Deissinger and Philipp Gonon; Lecturer's conceptions of student creativity in higher vocational teacher education / Silke Fischer and Antje Barabasch; User feedback of apprentices on an augmented reality system for learning from errors in TVET / Marvin Goppold, Martin Frenz and Verena Nitsch; Staying or leaving academia?: career development of VET doctoral researchers in times of uncertainty / Anja-Christina Greppmair.
Business model development and adaption of VET service providers in international contexts / Ida Kristina Kuhn and Lisa Meyne; Guidance in second chance schools: accompaniment at the core of vocational training / Fernando Marhuenda-Fluixa, Maria Jose Chisvert-Tarazona, Davinia Palomares-Montero and Raul Tarraga-Minguez; What are the key elements of classroom practice that meet the super-diverse personalised demands of adult learners in VET? / Irina Maslo; System change for lifelong learning: cross-country digest of policies for lifelong learning in countries of the European neighbourhood / Mihaylo Milovanovitch; VET, STEM occupational groups and interaction with the local environment in Spain / Monica Moso-Diez, Antonio Mondaca-Soto, Juan P. Gamboa and Mikel Albizu-Echevarria; New forms of European VET governance in the interplay between the EU-Ropean labour market and vet policy?: a governance analysis of the EU-Ropean taxonomy of skills, competences, qualifications and occupations (Esco) / Hannelore Mottweiler, Isabelle Le Mouillour and Silvia Annen.
Digital competences of in-company vocational training personnel: results of a company survey in Germany, Spain and the UK / Mattia Lisa Muller, Martin Frenz, Christopher Brandl, and Verena Nitsch; Irritations in the career choice process and transformative learning / Christof Nagele, Barbara E. Stalder, Christine Hoffelner and Albert Duggeli; Challenges and examples of apparent good practice developed in the PRO-VET Project in VET teacher education in the Republic of Serbia / Natasa Papic-Blagojevic, Stevan Tomasevic, Zeljko Racic and Mirko Savic; Designing a virtual 3D environment for learning near the workplace in SME / Daniela Reimann, Jana Busse, Ines Langemeyer and Malte Teichmann; Peer learning in vocational education and training: effects and changes of person relations in learning groups / Philipp Struck; Educating for dynamic vocations: a guidepost for responsive SVET / Haske Van Vlokhoven and Aimee Hoeve; Training school leaders to improve school practices cooperation between vocational school leaders and researchers / Bjarne Wahlgren and Line Lindhardt Beck; Transitional solutions and achievement of VET qualifications: a case study of the Canton of Ticino / Giovanna Zanolla.
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Subjects: Vocational education and training; Workforce development; Governance; Providers of education and training; Career development; Technology
Keywords: Adult learning; Career guidance; Best practice; Dual system; Pedagogics; Professional development; Social aspects; Work based learning; Work integrated learning; Trainers; Training; Training method; Qualifications framework
Published: Bern, Switzerland: VETNET, 2022
Physical description: vii, 205 p.
Access item:https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7002250 https://vetnetsite.org/procpub/vetnet-ecer-proceedings-vol-v-yerevan-am-2022/