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 Scottish Educational Research Association Annual Conference & World Educational Research Association Focal Meeting 19th – 21st November 2014 “From Widening Horizons to a Worldview” University of Edinburgh Welcome from the SERA President On behalf of the SERA Executive and the Conference Committee, I am pleased to welcome you all to our conference which is being held at the University of Edinburgh. This year the Scottish Educational Research Association celebrates its 40th Anniversary. More than ever before the challenges education has to face have become difficult to understand and to tackle from one single perspective. Issues of environmental instability, political engagement (or disengagement), poverty and social inclusion, to name but a few, are global, transnational and are shaping the future of human life -­‐ and other living forms -­‐ on the Earth. This year the SERA Conference welcomes the opportunity to host the World Educational Research Association Focal Meeting. We are delighted to be able to meet in Edinburgh to discuss and to interact with colleagues from far afield on matters of common interest and concern. The theme of the conference this year is: From Widening Horizons to a Worldview. I look forward to welcoming you at our first keynote lecture on the morning of Wednesday 19th. Our keynote then will be given by Professor Michael Keating, Chair of Scottish Politics at the University of Aberdeen. Our keynotes on Thursday are by Professor Manuela Mesa, Director of the Centro de Educación e Investigación para la Paz, CEIPAZ, in Madrid, Spain (morning); and Professor Lani Florian, Bell Chair of Education at the University of Edinburgh (afternoon). Friday’s WERA-­‐SERA keynote will bring the global and international sphere of education debates into view. Professor Ingrid Gogolin, Professor of Education at the University of Hamburg will address the conference. In addition to our world-­‐renowned and academically leading speakers, the conference offers high quality parallel sessions presented by delegates. This year, we have a range of exciting symposia, workshops, paper and poster presentations drawn from a wide range of fields and expertise, across both the SERA Conference and the WERA Focal Meeting, all of which are open to registered delegates. SERA is known for being a small and friendly conference which provides excellent networking opportunities and I look forward to meeting you there. Finally, I would like to express my gratitude to Dr Rowena Arshad OBE, Head of School at Moray House School of Education and her staff at the University of Edinburgh for their hard work and continued support in hosting the conference. Here's to a happy and stimulating conference! Sincerely yours Dr Laura Colucci-­‐Gray President of SERA 1
Welcome from the WERA President On behalf of the World Education Research Association (WERA), I want to add my welcome to all presenters and other attendees at the annual conference of the Scottish Educational Research Association (SERA) and the WERA Focal Meeting. We congratulate SERA on this its 40th anniversary and extend our heartfelt thanks for partnering with us this year. The 2014 SERA conference theme—From Widening Horizons to a Worldview—captures the mission and purpose of WERA. WERA was founded in 2009 as an association of research associations to advance and stimulate education research worldwide and to build capacity across countries, cultures, and continents. WERA aims to engage scholars and students in undertaking work from a global, comparative, or international perspective. We encourage you to affiliate with WERA and join us in this enterprise. The WERA Focal Meeting captures this ambition. Each year, WERA convenes a Focal Meeting as an integral part of the conference of a WERA member association. We are so pleased to be doing so with SERA in 2014 in this wonderful city of Edinburgh. As this meeting opens, we want to thank attendees for coming and presenters for submitting your best work for review and presentation at the SERA-­‐WERA meeting. We hope that this conference opens up new horizons for you and new ideas, networks of exchange, and collaborations. We look forward to meeting and working with you in the days ahead. Enjoy. Dr Sari Lindblom-­‐Ylänne WERA President, 2014-­‐16 2
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Opening Lecture – Wednesday 19th November 2014, 1100 Room: Pentland, JM Centre Chair: Laura Colucci Gray, SERA President Professor Michael Keating Michael Keating graduated from the University of Oxford in Philosophy, Politics and Economics in 1971 and in 1975 was the first PhD graduate from what is now Glasgow Caledonian University. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh; of the British Academy; of the Academia Europea; and of the Academy of Social Sciences. He has worked at the University of Essex, North Staffordshire Polytechnic and the University of Strathclyde. From 1988 until 1999 he was Professor of Political Science at the University of Western Ontario. From 2000 until 2010 he was Professor of Political and Social Sciences at the European University Institute, Florence and was head of department between 2004 and 2007. He has held visiting positions at the Institut d'Etudes Politques de Paris; University of Santiago de Compostela; University of the Basque Country; Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; the Norwegian Nobel Institute; Nuffield College, Oxford; University of Grenoble and the Autonomous University of Barcelona. He is part-­‐time professor at the University of Edinburgh and director of the ESRC Centre for Constitutional Change, a consortium of teams from five institutions to examine the issues arising from the Scottish constitutional debate. Among his recent books are The Independence of Scotland (Oxford University Press, 2009); Rescaling the European State (Oxford University Press, 2013); and Small Nations in a Big World. What Scotland Can Learn (Luath, 2014). Scotland. A Small Nation in a Big World Everywhere in Europe and beyond, the state is in crisis, faced with intractable problems and losing power upwards to global forces, outwards to markets and downwards to smaller units. There is a public disenchantment and a turning away from conventional politics. This was the context for the Scottish referendum of 2014. The campaign was marked by high levels of public engagement and a serious discussion, not so much about constitutional issues as about the future of the nation. Scotland was reaffirmed as a political community, not isolated from the world but with its place in the European and global order. The danger now is of dashed expectations and disillusion. We know that small nations can succeed in global markets but only if they are organized properly. This does not necessarily require independence but it does need the right institutions and the right ways of making policy. We will look at Scotland and compare its experience with that of other small democracies to see what can be learnt. 7
Nisbet Lecture – Thursday 20th November 2014, 1100 Room: Pentland, JM Centre Chair: Zoe Robertson, General Teaching Council for Scotland The Nisbet Lecture is sponsored by the General Teaching Council for Scotland (www.gtcs.org.uk) Dr Manuela Mesa Manuela Mesa is Director of CEIPAZ (Centre of Education and Peace Research) www.ceipaz.org and has been an advisor for national government and regional government, particularly the Foreign Affair Ministry and Education Ministry in the elaboration of National Strategies on Development Education and Regional Strategies on Development Education. She is a regular professor on Development Education in some Universities in Spain, a trainer in NGOs and Teacher Training College and is currently involved in research on communication, gender and development education and in global citizenship movements. The Center has different programmes on Development Education, such as TICAMBIA (www.ticambia.org) that combines learning on Global topics with the uses of Information and communication technologies (ICT). The 1325 women weaving peace programme promotes learning about women, peace and development through life stories (narratives), graphic designs and arts (www.1325mujerestejiendolapaz.org). Globalization and inequality: new challenges for Development Education Education should be connected with the current reality, with the main problems and debates that affect humanity. In a context of globalization and increasing inequality in the distribution of wealth and power, what is needed are educational approaches that provide ways of understanding what is happening and what can be done from a solidarity perspective. Development Education, Global Education and Peace Education are educational approaches that are based on local and global topics and that are sustained with values of social justice, solidarity and peace. Teachers, professors and facilitators could focus on the limitations of the current situation, or alternatively on the opportunities for learning new knowledge and initiatives from global and local perspectives. In this presentation, we will explore some initiatives from the social movements that could be a source of learning and inspiration for building a better world that include all people, their needs and their rights. 8
SERA Lecture – Thursday 20th November 2014, 1500 Room: Pentland, JM Centre Chair: Aline-­‐Wendy Dunlop, SERA Vice President Professor Lani Florian Lani Florian is Bell Chair of Education at the University of Edinburgh and Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences (FAcSS). Her influential research on inclusive education has led to numerous invitations to speak, conduct workshops and provide technical assistance on inclusive education projects in many countries and to international agencies including UNICEF, OECD, and the Council of Europe. She is editor of the Sage Handbook of Special Education, now in its second edition, and co-­‐author of Achievement and Inclusion in Schools, winner of the 2008 NASEN/TES academic book award. Inclusive Pedagogy: a transformative approach to individual differences – but can it help reduce educational inequalities? This presentation introduces the concept of inclusive pedagogy as an alternative approach to individual differences. It raises questions about its transformative potential to address some longstanding educational inequalities such as the chronic underachievement of particular groups. By focusing on what is to be learned by the community of learners in a classroom, the inclusive pedagogical approach avoids the problems and stigma associated with marking some learners as different. Specific examples of inclusive pedagogy based on research that demonstrates how teachers can respect and respond to human differences in ways that include learners in, rather than exclude them from, what is ordinarily available in the daily life of the classroom are presented. 9
WERA-­‐SERA Plenary Lecture – Friday 21st November 2014, 1100 Room: Pentland, JM Centre Chair: Sari Lindblom-­‐Ylänne, WERA President Professor Ingrid Gogolin Ingrid Gogolin, Dr. phil., Dr. phil. h.c., is professor of international comparative and intercultural education research at the University of Hamburg. Her research is focused on problems of migration and linguistic diversity in education. She was coordinator of the European Educational Research Quality Indicators (EERQI) project, a three-­‐year effort to develop new indicators and methodologies on publication quality. She served as the initial president of the World Education Research Association from 2009-­‐2010, and is a past president of the European Educational Research Association (EERA). Dr. Gogolin’s publications include the book series, ‘Hamburg Studies on Linguistic Diversity’ (2013ff, ed. with Peter Siemund, Amsterdam: John Benjamins); The Bilingualism Controversy (ed. with Ursula Neumann). Wiesbaden: Springer VS 2009; Migration, gesellschaftliche Differenzierung und Bildung (ed. with Bernhard Nauck). Opladen: Leske + Budrich 2000; and Der monolinguale Habitus der multilingualen Schule. Münster, New York: Waxmann 1994 (2nd edition 2009). Her recent research projects examine linguistic diversity management in urban areas (Research Cluster of Excellence at the University of Hamburg; www.lima.uni-­‐
hamburg.de); Support of migrant children in schools (www.foermig.uni-­‐hamburg.de); Multilingualism and Education (www.kombi.uni-­‐hamburg.de); and Multilingual development in a Longitudinal Perspective (MEZ; www.mez.uni-­‐hamburg.de). Dr. Gogolin was awarded an honorary doctor’s degree by the University of Dortmund in 2013. [scholzfoto’ (copyright) for the use of photo] Global Communication. How can Education Research support the Development of Skills for the 21st Century? Individual mobility, globalization, new modalities and media of communication are formative and irreversible features of today's societies. The ability to communicate in super-­‐diverse constellations which may change rapidly and may cause uncertainty is thus a requirement that the children and youth of today will have to master. But what are the appropriate communicative skills in this situation? A commonplace answer to this question is the use of English. But can the requirements of global communication actually be met by 'englishing' around the world, or would other solutions be more appropriate for the communication of the future? This Lecture will address the efforts of education research to reach a deeper understanding of the requirements of global communication and sketch a transnational research agenda that could contribute to the development of concepts which are likely to meet the needs of acquiring communicative skills for the 21st Century. Cenoz, Jasone; Gorter, Durk (2011). Multilingualism. In James Simpson (Ed.), Handbook of Applied Linguistics. London: Routledge, Taylor and Francis. Duarte, Joana; Gogolin, Ingrid (Hg.) (2013): Linguistic superdiversity in urban areas. Research approaches. Amsterdam: Benjamins (Hamburg studies on linguistic diversity, 2). 10
Poster Presentations The posters are available to view throughout the conference and are located close to the coffee area. If you would like to meet the authors, they will be at their posters at the following times: Wednesday 19th November, JM Centre, 1030-­‐1100 Poster 5: Education and Human Rights in Diversity (Edu-­‐HRight) JP Rossouw Poster 10: Mediated learning through iPads: Implications for practice and research in secondary education Stephen Small Poster 12: The Dialogue Capacities and the Development of University Textbooks In Saudi Arabia Adel Abubaker Bawazeer Thursday 20th November, JM Centre, 1030-­‐1100 Poster 1: Expanding worldview: Examining graduate attributes developed during international study Omolabake Fakunle Poster 8: Integrating Appreciative Inquiry into Pedagogical Practices: Cases from the Field Matthew Moehle and Lindsey Godwin Poster 9: Towards sustainable inclusion of marginalised and vulnerable children in education: exploring leadership practices and perspectives in one primary school in Kenya Jenestar Wanjiru Poster 14: Reflective Thinking Shona Cochrane Friday 21st November, JM Centre, 1030-­‐1100 Poster 7: Educating Competent Researchers: Challenges within Canadian and South African Contexts Ewelina Niemczyk Poster 11: Where is Leadership in Higher Education? Understanding and Mapping the Development of Capital Fiona Conway Poster 13: The Trinidad and Tobago Case Study: Constructing new paths for sustained, research partnerships and policy direction in Education Ria Collingwood-­‐Boafo, Hannah Katwaroo, Shalini Maharaj, Antonia Wall Poster 15: The Flipped Classroom in Secondary Mathematics Craig Jamieson 11
Outline Programme Wednesday 19th November 0830 0900-­‐1030 1030-­‐1100 1100-­‐1200 1200-­‐1300 1300-­‐1430 1430-­‐1445 1445-­‐1615 1615-­‐1630 1630-­‐1800 1800-­‐1900 Registration and coffee – JM Centre Session 1 Coffee – Centro, JM Centre Poster presentations: see preceding page Keynote: Professor Michael Keating – Pentland, JM Centre Lunch – JM Centre Dining Room Session 2 Break Session 3 Coffee – Centro, JM Centre Session 4 Welcome Reception – Prestonfield, JM Centre 0830 0900-­‐1030 1030-­‐1100 1100-­‐1200 1200-­‐1300 1300-­‐1430 1430-­‐1500 1500-­‐1600 1600-­‐1615 1615-­‐1745 1800-­‐1830 1800-­‐1900 1930 Registration and coffee – JM Centre Session 1 Coffee – Centro, JM Centre Poster presentations: see preceding page Keynote: Dr Manuela Mesa – Pentland, JM Centre Lunch – JM Centre Dining Room Session 2 Coffee – Centro, JM Centre Keynote: Professor Lani Florian – Pentland, JM Centre Break Session 3 SERA AGM – Pentland, JM Centre WERA Convening of interested graduate students, Holyrood, JM Centre Conference dinner – South Hall, Pollock Halls (Venue Campus) 0745-­‐0845 0830 0900-­‐1030 1030-­‐1100 1100-­‐1200 1200-­‐1300 1300-­‐1430 1430-­‐1445 1445-­‐1615 1615-­‐1630 1630-­‐1800 WERA IRN Chairs Meeting, Holyrood, JM Centre Registration and coffee – JM Centre Session 1 Coffee – Centro, JM Centre Poster presentations: see preceding page Keynote: Professor Ingrid Gogolin – Pentland, JM Centre Lunch – JM Centre Dining Room Session 2 Break Session 3 Coffee – JM Centre Session 4 Thursday 20th November Friday 21st November 12
1030-­‐1100 1000-­‐1030 0930-­‐1000 0900-­‐0930 TIME/Room Symposium 9 Paper 3 – Creativity in Education: Perspectives and Challenges in Arts and Science Education Collaborations Donald Gray Laura Colucci-­‐Gray Paper 1 – Complex problems in science and society require creative approaches: are we ready for it? Laura Colucci-­‐Gray Paper 2 – The role of intellectual scepticism within socio-­‐scientific discussion Stephen Day and Tom Bryce JM -­‐ Holyrood (24) SERA CURRICULUM & ASSESSMENT STRAND In the eye of techno-­‐
science: creative learning for a creative future? CHAIR/DISCUSSANT: Hamish Ross Symposium 3 Paper 4 -­‐ A Future for Physical Education: Complex and Ecological Mike Jess Paper 1 -­‐ Scottish Primary Teachers Perceptions of Physical Education within an Evolving Policy Context Nollaig McEvilly Mike Jess Nicola Carse Paper 2 -­‐ Primary Physical Education Nicola Carse Paper 3 -­‐ Early Secondary Physical Education Paul McMillan Paper 63 Language or Methodology? Professional Development of Academics Through CLIL Magdolna Lehmann Monika Fodor Reka Lugossy CHAIR: Andrew Miller Paper 73 Film in the teacher education classroom – theoretical basis and areas of application Jakob Billmayer CHAIR: Andrew Miller SL -­‐ Nelson (40) SERA EDUCATING PROFESSIONALS STRAND 13 Are we listening to the Effects of professional learning for delivery of game based most disempowered voices? pedagogy on teaching quality and student outcomes in Engaging Aboriginal primary school physical education: RCT of the Professional students voice to identify Learning for Understanding Games Education (PLUNGE) what is best when working intervention with Aboriginal students Andrew Miller, Erin. M. Christensen , Michael Donovan Narelle Eather John Sproule
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CHAIR: Michael Donovan CHAIR: Andrew Miller Paper 33 Paper 14 Coffee – Centro, JM Centre Narratives of Hope: Collaborative Research for Social Change Julie McAdam CHAIR: Michael Donovan Paper 91 SL -­‐ Bonnar (20) SERA SOCIAL JUSTICE STRAND Against the Tide: Race Equality Work in Toronto and London, 1978 -­‐ 2008 Lauri Johnson CHAIR: Michael Donovan Paper 74 WEDNESDAY 19 NOV: 0900-­‐1100 (continues next page) JM -­‐ Duddingston (30) SERA EDUCATION POLICY STRAND Primary & Early Secondary Physical Education in Scotland: Moving Forward CHAIR/DISCUSSANT: Jeanne Keay JM -­‐ Salisbury (36) SERA SOCIAL JUSTICE STRAND One nation different stories: negotiating identity in multi-­‐ethnic Malaysia Noor Mahadir CHAIR: Anna Robb Paper 57 Getting in Tune -­‐ Evaluating the Impact of Inclusive Music Classes on Young People with Additional Support Needs Anna Robb CHAIR: Anna Robb Paper 75 TIME/Room 0900-­‐0930 0930-­‐1000 1000-­‐1030 1030-­‐1100 Gender Equality in Education: Bridging the Gap between International Goals and National Realities Keren Dalyot (In)visible spaces: Adolescent Boys Navigating the Embodied Places of High School Locker Rooms Michel Kehler Grameen Bank Women Borrowers Non-­‐Formal Adult Learning Transformation in Bangladesh Kazi bdur Rouf Gender and Science between Stereotypes and Promotion of Capabilities Valentina Guerrini SL -­‐ Pollock (50) WERA PAPER SESSION Masculinity, Feminist Pedagogy, Stereotypes, International Policy, and Adult Education in Gender Research Chair: George Wimberly Overview of iPIPS: An International Comparative Study Christine Merrell, Peter Tymms The Challenges of Equating Tests between Russia and the UK Alina Ivanova, Elena Kardanova, Peter Tymms Setting Up iPIPS in the Western Cape of South Africa, Challenges and Opportunities Sarah Howie, Vanessa Scherman, Celeste Combrinck, Nelladee Palane, Caroline Long Prediction of Spelling Abilities in Grade 4: Results from the German Longitudinal Study Schulreifes Kind Jan-­‐Henning Ehm, Marcus Hasselhorn JM -­‐ Pentland E (150) WERA SYMPOSIUM Children Starting School around the World Organizer: Peter Tymms Chair: David Hawker Discussant: Michael Nettles 14 Coffee – Centro, JM Centre School-­‐University Partnerships in the Netherlands Corinne van Velzen Professionalizing Pre-­‐service Teachers in University-­‐School Partnerships: An Intervention Study in Switzerland Urban Fraefel, Mathias Mejeh JM -­‐ Prestonfield (130) WERA SYMPOSIUM Expanding University-­‐School Co-­‐
Operation to Enhance Pre-­‐Service Teacher Education Organizer and Chair: Donald Christie Discussant: Jean Murray WEDNESDAY 19 NOV: 0900-­‐1100 (continued) An Investigation regarding Expert Mathematics Teachers' Formative Assessment Practice and its Implication for Teacher Professional Development Chang-­‐Hua Chen, Hao Chen, Chia-­‐Hui Lin Exemplary School Principals' Role in Teachers' Commitment, Professional Development, and Innovativeness: Case Studies of Four Schools Annette Walker Adapting to Reality: Research, Practice, and Pedagogical Impact of International Student Teaching Placements Eleanor Vernon Wilson Beyond Knowledge and Pedagogy: Academic Optimism of Teachers in High Need Schools Sheila Vaidya A Comparative Study of Mathematics Teacher Preparation in Mexico and the United States Maria Cruz, Mourat Tchoshanov, Karla Huereca, Maria Cruz-­‐Quinones, Rocio Gallardo JM -­‐ Pentland W (120) WERA PAPER SESSION Research on Professional Development in England, Jamaica, Mexico, Taiwan, and the United States Chair: Maria Teresa Tatto 1400-­‐1430 1330-­‐1400 1300-­‐1330 1200-­‐1300 1100-­‐1200 TIME/Room Workshop 8 SERA EDUCATING PROFESSIONALS STRAND Reflective Thinking Shona Cochrane JM -­‐ Holyrood (24) Symposium 1 School: what policy makers need to know Vivienne Smith, Jane Thomson Paper three: Links between the science curriculum, assessment and policy to 2015 and beyond Morag Findlay Paper four: Expressive Arts and Creativity in Practice Charles Byrne, Marie Jeanne McNaughton 15 A whole life change. Supporting non-­‐traditional student progression towards a Foundation Degree in early years’ professional practice. A case study of a Transition Programme in a further education institution in Surrey (England) Angela Scollan, Federico Farini CHAIR: Angela Scollan Paper 1 Opening Lecture Professor Michael Keating – Scotland. A Small Nation in a Big World Room: Pentland Chair: Laura Colucci-­‐Gray, SERA President Lunch – JM Dining Room SERA POLICY AND EDUCATION SERA SOCIAL JUSTICE/GENDER & STRAND EDUCATION STRAND Curriculum development in Scotland: the The gendered pattern of attainment in Scottish secondary case of CfE schools: the views of boys CHAIR/DISCUSSANT: Paul Adams Val Corry Paper one: Genre pedagogy and literacy across learning CHAIR: Angela Scollan Clare McAlister, Sue Ellis Paper 78 Paper two: Literature and Literacy in the Primary SL -­‐ Bonnar (20) WEDNESDAY 19 NOV: 1100-­‐1430 (continues next page) JM -­‐ Duddingston (30) SERA RESEARCH METHODS STRAND Dialogue Theory and Critical Thinking in the Philosophy of Education James MacGregor CHAIR: Marion Allison Paper 83 The role of Social Theory in Constructing a Research Model Marion Allison CHAIR: Marion Allison Paper 36 SL -­‐ Nelson (40) 1400-­‐1430 1330-­‐1400 1200-­‐1300 1300-­‐1330 TIME/Room 1100-­‐1200 Mike Orr, Samer Annous CHAIR: Mike Orr Paper 76 16 Research with Linguistically Diverse Teachers -­‐ How Does Intersectionality Shed Light on the Analysis? Geri Smyth Research with Immigrant Youth Negotiation of Appropriate Methodologies with Key-­‐Participants Joke Dewilde Research with Internationally Educated Teachers -­‐ Intersectional Approaches to Advancing Social Justice in Schools Clea Schmidt Black Male Youth, Intersectionality and Opportunity in the City Lance McCready 1.
Migrant Children, Social Capital and Access to Services Post-­‐Migration: Transitions, Negotiations and Complex Agencies Daniela Sime Christina Hadjisoteriou Unveiling Children's Personal Epistemologies: Exploring Elementary Children's Epistemic Beliefs in England and Spain Rocio Garcia Carrion, Linda Hargreaves, Ruth Kershner We are the Earth: Ancestral Computing for Sustainability Cueponcaxochitl Dianna Moreno Sandoval Extra Lessons in Jamaica, Antigua and St. Lucia: A Comparative Qualitative Analysis using Critical Inclusive Pedagogy Saran Stewart, Frank Tuitt Crossing Disability and Migration. The Significant Dimensions of Cultural Diversity in Special Education Services Luca Agostinetto, Donatella Camedda JM -­‐ Prestonfield (130) JM -­‐ Pentland E (150) Opening Lecture Professor Michael Keating – Scotland. A Small Nation in a Big World Room: Pentland Chair: Laura Colucci-­‐Gray, SERA President Lunch – JM Dining Room WERA PAPER SESSION WERA SYMPOSIUM WERA PAPER SESSION Analyses of Vocational Intersectionality, Methodologies, Research on Diversity and Education and Training in and Knowledge Mobilization in Inclusion in the Caribbean, Europe and Beyond Research for Social Justice in Europe and North America Education Chair: Ludger Deitmer Chair: Lori Diane Hill Organizer and Chair: Geri Smyth Analysing Policy Borrowing Chances and 1.
Collaborative Art-­‐Making for Inclusion Challenges of International Policy and Intercultural Education Discussant: Transfer Using the Example of German Panayiotis Angelides, Antoinette Gagne WEDNESDAY 19 NOV: 1100-­‐1430 (continued) SL -­‐ Pollock (50) Transfer Activities in the Field of VET in Greece Katharina Duscha, Patricia Heller In-­‐Company Training: A Comparative Study of Maturity Levels Michael Gessler Scottish primary school teacher 1. Education and Social Outcomes for Young People: Promoting Success perspectives on multicultural Angelika Kuemmerling, Ricardo Sabates, and anti-­‐racist education Emma Salter 1. Reviewing Vocational Education and Ania Byerly Training Research on Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment CHAIR: Mike Orr Martin Mulder, Eline Roelofs 1. Predictors and Interrelation of Economic Paper 71 and Business-­‐Related Competencies Language, identity and the among Apprentices in medium of instruction in the Commercial Area 1.
Susan Seeber, Stephan Schumann Lebanon SERA SOCIAL JUSTICE STRAND Researching School-­‐Level Factors Associated with Reduced Disparities in Science Performance John Settlage CHAIR: Mike Orr Paper 37 JM -­‐ Salisbury (36) The Professional Identity of the Teacher Educator in Finland Gordon Roberts The Evolution of the Teacher Educators' Role in the Republic of Ireland Rose Dolan, Michael Kenny SCoTENS: Developing the Discourse among Teacher Educators Linda Clarke WERA SYMPOSIUM The Profession of Teacher Educators: Retrospect and Prospect Organizer: Rose Dolan Chair: Tomás Ó Ruairc JM -­‐ Pentland W (120) 1545-­‐1615 1515-­‐1545 1430-­‐1445 1445-­‐1515 TIME/Room Knowledge Into Action Education Scotland Roundtable JM -­‐ Holyrood (24) 17 SL -­‐ Bonnar (20) SL -­‐ Nelson (40) SERA SOCIAL JUSTICE SERA CURRICULUM AND STRAND ASSESSMENT STRAND A critical analysis of attitudes to From sameness to difference: The use of mobile technology Sectarianism in Scotland since Negotiating the participation of to deliver the curriculum the 1970s from the perspective children with learning difficulties in of the ‘Faith Schools Debate’ mainstream primary schools in Pamela Bain Shanghai Sean Huddleston CHAIR: Allyson Macdonald Yuchen Wang CHAIR: Joan Mowat Paper 26 CHAIR: Rowena Arshad Paper 38 Paper 56 Interrogating the concept of Intersections of disability and social Student Mindset Training and ‘leadership at all levels’ post-­‐
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Tutor Feedback: an Donaldson school outcomes Investigation of their Individual and Combined Joan Mowat Mariela Fordyce Influence on Comprehension, Margery McMahon Sheila Riddell Recall Ability and Mindset Rachel O’Neill Status CHAIR: Joan Mowat Elisabet Weedon Irene Lawrie Paper 68 CHAIR: Rowena Arshad CHAIR: Allyson Macdonald Paper 29 Paper 96 Visibility, Misrecognition, Pedagogic discourse: Intersectionality and Pupil Voice: deliberations on the 2013 Getting it right for every child – Icelandic science curriculum does this include me? Allyson Macdonald Rowena Arshad, Kate Botterill Audur Palsdottir Peter Hopkins Gurchathen Sanghera CHAIR: Allyson Macdonald CHAIR: Rowena Arshad Paper 53 Paper 24 WEDNESDAY 19 NOV: 1430-­‐1615 (continues next page) JM -­‐ Duddingston (30) SERA POLICY AND EDUCATION STRAND Into The Light Conference Follow Up Meeting JM -­‐ Salisbury (36) TIME/Room 1430-­‐1445 1445-­‐1515 1515-­‐1545 1545-­‐1615 Between Curriculum Complexity and Stereotypes: Exploring Stereotypes of Teachers and Education in Media as a Question of Structural Violence Silvia Edling Borderland Pedagogy Study of High School Mathematics Teachers Lesson Plan Development Practices Rocio Gallardo, Mourat Tchoshanov, Maria Cruz Quiñones Asia in the US Curriculum, US in the South Korean Curriculum: How They Teach One Another Won-­‐Pyo Hong Place-­‐Based Learning in the Global Age -­‐ Investigating Collaborative Approaches to Curriculum Delivery Wenche Rønning, Bronwen Cohen, Jennifer Adams A Vision of Past and Present: A Case Study of Initiation Schooling among the Lemba in Mberengwa District, Zimbabwe Ben Siyakwazi, Peggy Siyakwazi WERA PAPER SESSION International Perspectives on Curriculum: Complexity, Cultural Knowledge and Pedagogy Chair: Donald Christie SL -­‐ Pollock (50) 18 Educating for Life: Projects that Link Literacy to Community, the Arts, and the Everyday Jennifer Rowsell Listening Voices and Telling Stories Kate Pahl, Shirin Teifouri Publicly Engaged Scholarship in Urban Communities: Possibilities for Literacy Teaching and Learning Valerie Kinloch Indicators of Education in Nine Nations: Placing School Performance in a Social Context James Harvey The Pressures upon School Leaders and their Practices Associated with Academic Achievement: An International Examination Marshall Perry Education Systems Equity in OECD Countries Anabela Serrão, Carlos Pinto-­‐Ferreira, Luis Custódio Exploring Possible Effects of Test Translation on Reading Achievement: A South African Perspective Surette van Staden, Sarah Howie Special Education Effects on Gifted Students’ Intelligence and Academic Performance, a Comparative Research Andrew Almazán Anaya JM -­‐ Pentland E (150) WERA SYMPOSIUM WERA PAPER SESSION Research in Literacy, Identity, and Student Academic Performance: Community from Canada, the United Understanding the Effects of System Equity, Kingdom, and the United States Social Context, School Leadership, Differentiated Education and Test Translation Organizer and Chair: Valerie Kinloch Chair: Barbara Schneider Discussant: Mastin Prinsloo JM -­‐ Prestonfield (130) WEDNESDAY 19 NOV: 1430-­‐1615 (continued) First Privatize the Preschools in Iceland then Take on the Teachers Unions Kristan Dýrfjörð Preparing Children for School: The Intersection of Parents' Educational Histories and School-­‐Related Behaviors Kyle Miller WERA PAPER SESSION Early Childhood Education: Policy, Program and Family Influences Chair: Felice Levine JM -­‐ Pentland W (120) 1800-­‐1900 1730-­‐1800 Exploring the use of ICT and Digital Media to Support the Development of Learning to Learn Competencies and Transition into Higher Education: a European Perspective Alison Hudson, Teresa Moran Neil Taylor, Derek Robertson Workshop 6 1630-­‐1700 1700-­‐1730 SERA EDUCATION POLICY STRAND Higher Education in Scotland and the UK: Beyond the Referendum CHAIR: Sheila Riddell DISCUSSANT: David Raffe STRAND 19 The concepts of inequity, achievement, and collaboration: Definitions and connections Hannah Chestnutt CHAIR: Mary Taiwo Paper 22 STRAND SL -­‐ Bonnar (20) Coffee – Centro, JM Centre SERA SOCIAL JUSTICE SERA POLICY AND EDUCATION WEDNESDAY 19 NOV: 1615-­‐1900 (continues next page) JM -­‐ Duddingston (30) SERA EDUCATING PROFESSIONALS STRAND SL -­‐ Nelson (40) Widening the horizons of South African educators through education law training Johan Beckmann Paper 1: Young people’s attitudes towards higher Justus Prinsloo education in Scotland and England CHAIR: Brenda Dunn Sarah Minty Paper 2: Undergraduate tuition fees in Scotland, Paper 15 the UK and internationally: who should pay, who Meritocracy and Intergenerational Social Practice Education and pays what and when? Class Immobility: A Discursive Analysis of Academic Identity – Educating Why Education does not appear effective Elisabet Weedon the Educators in in promoting a less Structurally Unequal contemporary higher Societal Order education Paper 3: Student mobility across the UK’s internal borders Chris Holligan Aoife Prendergast Michael Wilson Linda Croxford Susan Whittaker CHAIR: Brenda Dunn CHAIR: Mary Taiwo Symposium 5 Paper 35 Paper 34 Teachers’ negotiations of inclusive Evidence of Quality practice in Nigerian classrooms Professional Development: A Case Study in Childhood Mary Taiwo Practice CHAIR: Mary Taiwo Brenda Dunn Paper 69 CHAIR: Brenda Dunn Paper 85 Welcome reception (Prestonfield) Sponsored by The Moray House School of Education, University of Edinburgh JM -­‐ Holyrood (24) TIME/Room 1615-­‐1630 Stephen McKinney SERA Networks Discussion Meeting CHAIR: JM -­‐ Salisbury (36) TIME/Room 1615-­‐1630 1630-­‐1700 1700-­‐1730 1730-­‐1800 1800-­‐1900 20 The Good Life: Listening to the Voices of Children Claire Cassidy, Sarah-­‐Jane Conrad, Christian Mathis Motivation, Persistence, and Grit: A Higher-­‐Order Analysis of Three Related Concepts Rhonda Christensen, Gerald Knezek Evaluation of an Instrument to Measure Immigrant American Identity in Second-­‐Generation Asian College Students Maryam Hussain WERA PAPER SESSION Methodological Trends across National Contexts: Instruments and Frameworks for Analyzing Teacher Professional Development Policies and Student Perceptions, Identity and Grit Chair: Ong Kim Lee JM -­‐ Pentland W (120) Welcome reception (Prestonfield) Sponsored by The Moray House School of Education, University of Edinburgh Reading Minecraft: Toward New Definitions of iPad Reading Jennifer Rowsell Literacy, Learning and Globalized Digital Resources Mastin Prinsloo Multimodality in English Learning Bethan Marshall JM -­‐ Pentland E (150) Coffee – Centro, JM Centre WERA SYMPOSIUM Place-­‐Based Studies of Digital Media in International Contexts Organizer and Chair: Mastin Prinsloo Discussant: Valerie Kinloch WEDNESDAY 19 NOV: 1615-­‐1900 (continued) Cognitive, Affective, Social and Physical Effects of the Comprehensive Exam: A Grounded Theory Study Sevinc Burakgazi, Ali Yildirim An Exploration of How Multiple Identities Impact Help-­‐Seeking Behaviors for College Students Jennifer Miller The Disclosure Dilemma: Disability, Identity and Self-­‐Determination Kate Scorgie, Sarah Scorgie WERA PAPER SESSION Identity, Social Experiences and Academic Adjustment in Higher Education Chair: Sari Lindblom-­‐Ylänne SL -­‐ Pollock (50) 1030-­‐1100 1000-­‐1030 0930-­‐1000 SERA INITIAL TEACHER EDUCATION STRAND JM -­‐ Duddingston (30) STRAND POLICY AND EDUCATION SERA SOCIAL JUSTICE/ SL -­‐ Arthursley (20) SERA SOCIAL JUSTICE STRAND SL -­‐ Nelson (40) THURSDAY 20 NOV: 0900-­‐1100 (continues next page) 21 Developing a Dual Language Teachers: Beyond Graduation: a The Scottish Teacher Education WERA Juxtaposing Linguistic Identities typology of graduates in Committee (STEC) National Framework for International and Pedagogical Practices along North Wales Inclusion Research the US-­‐Mexico border Network on Teresa Crew Lani Florian, Lisa McAuliffe Didactics -­‐ Brenda Fuentes Louise Barrett, Mhairi Beaton Learning and CHAIR: JP Rossouw Jennifer Spratt, George Head Teaching CHAIR: Jennifer Way Margaret Sutherland Paper 16 Brian Hudson Paper 80 CHAIR: Stephen McKinney Florence Ligozat Meinert Meyer Paper 31 Institutional narratives and the Greek primary school Learning for citizenship or Learning for Workshop 1 struggle for inclusive teachers’ manner towards democracy? Young people and citizenship communities in the Greek highly able pupils education in Scotland’s formal and context informal settings. Esthir Tzlvelopoulou Lorna Hamilton Pyollim Hong Dimitra Tsakalou, Jane Brown CHAIR: JP Rossouw CHAIR: Stephen McKinney CHAIR: Jennifer Way Paper 51 Paper 43 Paper 25 One pixel in the worldview An Alignment of Professional Catholic schools and sectarianism in picture: the effect of Learning Factors Scotland: analyzing the evidence ignorance on ECE teachers’ professional security Jennifer Way, Janette Bobis Stephen McKinney Judy Anderson JP Rossouw CHAIR: Stephen McKinney Margaret Rossouw CHAIR: Jennifer Way Willem van Vollenhoven Paper 6 Paper 27 CHAIR: JP Rossouw Paper 93 Coffee – Centro, JM Centre SERA RESEARCH METHODS STRAND 0900-­‐0930 SL -­‐ Bonnar (12) TIME/Room Outdoor learning: Scottish primary teachers’ perceptions of training and professional development Leanne Mattu CHAIR: Ann Rae Paper 19 What do you mean by creative teaching and learning? Action research by eight teachers on four school levels. Svanborg Jonsdottir CHAIR: Ann Rae Paper 21 Educating women Primary teachers: gender matters Ann Rae CHAIR: Ann Rae Paper 54 SERA EDUCATING PROFESSIONALS STRAND JM -­‐ Salisbury (36) Proposed Leadership Network Meeting Chair: Joan Mowat SL -­‐ St Trinneans (60) 1000-­‐1030 1030-­‐1100 0930-­‐1000 Cross-­‐National Analyses of Student Attitudes, Teacher Knowledge, Classroom Practices and School Context in Mathematics and Science Education Chair: Theo Wubbels 0900-­‐0930 International Perspective on Mathematical Teacher Content Knowledge of Middle School Teachers in Mexico Maria Cruz, Mourat Tchoshanov, Maria Cruz-­‐Quinones, Rocio Gallardo, Norma Martinez TIMSS: What is the Difference? Sungmin Moon Incorporating STEM: Rethinking Mathematical Classroom Practices for Multicultural Students Mayra Ortiz-­‐Galarza, Steve Salcido, David Carrejo Metacognition in Science Education: Considering Cultural and Contextual Orientations Gregory Thomas A Transnational Analysis of Students' Interests in Science and Science Research Careers George Wimberly SL -­‐ Pollock (50) WERA PAPER SESSION TIME/Room Helping to Bridge the Gap Between Research, Policy, and Practice: Inside the Academy Its Global Presence, and its Potential for Impact Audrey Amrein-­‐Beardsley, Noelle Paufler, Jessica Holloway-­‐Libell Scaffolding Competence Development through Mobile Technologies Ludger Deitmer, Lars Heinemann International Universities' Challenges: Delivering Instruction In Hybrid Learning Environments Sally Evans Artistic Co-­‐Creation through Digital Tools Rena Upitis, Philip Abrami, Angela Elster, Petra Weingart The Influence of Text Format in Multimedia Learning; Rather a Split Attention Effect than a Modality Effect? Joerg Zumbach, Stephanie Moser, Ines Deibl 22 Innovative Uses of Technology Tools for Teaching, Learning and Knowledge Dissemination Chair: Veronica Villaran JM -­‐ Pentland E (150) WERA PAPER SESSION Coffee – Centro, JM Centre International Study of City Youth: Ghent and Wroclaw Education System Context Jannick Demanet, Mieke Van Houtte, Laura Van den Broeck, Piotr Mikiewicz International Study of City Youth: Bordeaux and Barcelona Education System Context Martine Derivry, Rafael Merino Pareja International Study of City Youth: Overview Stephen Lamb, Russell Rumberger International Study of City Youth: Melbourne Education System Context Jen Jackson International Study of City Youth: Bergen and Reykjavik Education System Context Eifred Markussen, Berit Lødding, Kristjana Stella Blöndal International Study of City Youth: Student Outcomes in Context Organizer: Jen Jackson Chair: Stephen Lamb JM -­‐ Prestonfield (130) WERA SYMPOSIUM THURSDAY 20 NOV: 0900-­‐1100 (continued) Aligning Research, Review, Integrity, and Regulation in South Africa Liesel Ebersöhn The Democratic Case against Ethical Regulation Robert Dingwall The Changing Landscape of Research and Research Regulation in the United States Felice Levine JM -­‐ Pentland W (120) WERA INVITATIONAL PAPER SESSION Research Ethics and Rethinking Responsible Regulations of Research Chair: Carolyn Herrington 1430-­‐1500 1400-­‐1430 1330-­‐1400 Educators sharing experiences of internationalisation in higher and further education: three perspectives (and counting) 1300-­‐1330 Jeannie Daniels Margaret Allan Philip Morris Roundtable 1 SERA EDUCATION POLICY STRAND JM -­‐ Holyrood (24) 1200-­‐1300 TIME/Room 1100-­‐1200 The Trinidad and Tobago Case Study: Constructing new paths for sustained, research partnerships and policy direction in Education Ria Collingwood-­‐Boafo Hannah Katwaroo Shalini Maharaj Antonia Wall Workshop 9 SERA POLICY AND EDUCATION STRAND Symposium 2 Making Learning Happen in Everyday Classroom Lives: How does Chinese Banzhuren Help Students Learn Jiacheng Li CHAIR: Sarah Kearns Paper 11 Attachment informed practice in teacher education Sarah Kearns Norma Hart CHAIR: Sarah Kearns Paper 67 Learning to learn: A critical examination of complex variables integral to student time management experiences in a Further and Higher Education College Christopher Atkinson CHAIR: Marjorie McCrory Paper 50 Understanding academic identity in practice-­‐oriented higher education (HE) settings Marjorie McCrory CHAIR: Marjorie McCrory Paper 28 Do advanced qualifications equate to better mathematical knowledge for primary teaching? Sandra McKechan, Stephen Day CHAIR: Marjorie McCrory Paper 12 SERA CHILDREN AND CHILDHOODS STRAND SERA POLICY AND EDUCATION STRAND 23 Coffee – Centro, JM Centre Paper 1 -­‐ ‘All teachers as teacher educators’? Nicola Carse, Aileen Kennedy Paper 2 -­‐ Who are our teacher educators? Aileen Kennedy, Nicola Carse Paper 3 -­‐ Student Teachers’ Perceptions of Critical Incidents in their Professional Learning Raymond Soltysek Aileen Kennedy Paper 4 -­‐ Learning Rounds and the development of teacher agency; an empirical study in Scottish schools Carey Philpott, Catriona Oates Researching Teachers and Teacher Education at Strathclyde CHAIR: Aileen Kennedy DISCUSSANT: Donald Christie SERA INITIAL TEACHER EDUCATION STRAND JM -­‐ Duddingston (30) SL -­‐ Arthursley (20) SL -­‐ Nelson (40) The Nisbet Lecture sponsored by The General Teaching Council for Scotland Dr Manuela Mesa -­‐ Globalization and inequality: new challenges for Development Education Room: Pentland Chair: Zoe Robertson, General Teaching Council for Scotland Lunch – JM Dining Room SL -­‐ Bonnar (12) THURSDAY 20 NOV: 1100-­‐1500 (continues next page) Engaging Postcolonial Theory in Interpreting Educational Qualitative Research Findings: The Example of the Schooling Experiences of a Young Northern Nigerian Woman Phebe Jatau CHAIR: Sarah McGeown Paper 86 Gender issues in education: Differences in sex or gender identity? Sarah McGeown CHAIR: Sarah McGeown Paper 44 Early Years Practitioners’ Perceptions of gender Mary Wingrave CHAIR: Sarah McGeown Paper 10 SERA SOCIAL JUSTICE STRAND JM -­‐ Salisbury (36) 1430-­‐1500 1330-­‐1400 1400-­‐1430 1200-­‐1300 1300-­‐1330 TIME/Room 1100-­‐1200 Jakob Billmayer Making Anti-­‐Smoking Interventions Work for School Adolescents: Evidences and Implications from 18 Asian Countries Tian Fu, Haiyan Yang, Zhiyong Lan An International, Cross-­‐Cultural Review of Systems of Support for at Risk Youth Experiencing Trauma, Maltreatment, and Chronic Stress: A Social Work, Education and Public Health Framework Haley Woodside-­‐Jiron, Julie Taylor Academic Efficacy, Goal Orientation, and Academic Achievement; A Comparative Study between Belgium and Indonesian Students Muhamad Suprayogi, Martin Valcke Global Trends in Organizational Education: Overcoming Institutional Heterogeneity in Epistemic Fields by Cross Sector Innovation Design Susanne Maria Weber The Struggle for the Soul of Leadership in Future Organizations: Aesthetic Rationality and Holistic Well-­‐Being Philip Woods, Glenys Woods Displaying Ethical and Aesthetical Standards in Educational Organisations Agnieszka Czejkowska 24 Coffee – Centro, JM Centre The Conceptualization and Measurement of Student Engagement Justina Judy Spicer, Julia Moeller, Katariina Salmela-­‐Aro, Barbara Schneider Exploring the Robustness of Longitudinal Models to Variable Response Rates using the Experience Sampling Method Michael Broda Measuring Student's Engagement in The Moment in Which it Occurs: Main Components, Situational-­‐Specific and Person-­‐Specific Correlates Justin Bruner, Julia Moeller, Barbara Schneider Influence of Experiential Learning Situations on Students' Engagement in Upper Secondary Science Janna Linnansaari, Jari Lavonen, Kalle Juuti, Justina Judy Spicer, Justin Bruner Sisters of the Yam: On Race, Gender, Intersectionality and Black Womanhood in the U.K. and the U.S.A Adrienne Dixson, Nicola Rollock, Rema Reynolds Using an Indigenous Voice and Indigenous Standpoint, to Give a More Complete Understanding of Indigenous Research Michael Donovan School Counselor Role Embeddedness: A Conceptual Lens for Assessing the Implementation of Special Programs Joanna Garner, Jayne Smith JM -­‐ Prestonfield (130) JM -­‐ Pentland E (150) JM -­‐ Pentland W (120) The Nisbet Lecture sponsored by The General Teaching Council for Scotland Dr Manuela Mesa -­‐ Globalization and inequality: new challenges for Development Education Room: Pentland Chair: Zoe Robertson, General Teaching Council for Scotland Lunch – JM Dining Room WERA PAPER SESSION WERA SYMPOSIUM WERA SYMPOSIUM WERA PAPER SESSION Cross-­‐National Investigations of EAGER to be Engaged: Application of Analyzing & Empowering Transitions in Theoretical Frameworks and Classroom Structures, Behavioral Methods and Theory in Understanding Organizational Education Research Conceptual Models for Research on Interventions, Academic Efficacy and Science Classroom Experiences in Intersectionality, Indigenous Support for At-­‐Risk Youth Finland and the United States Communities and Program Organizer and Chair: Development and Implementation Susanne Maria Weber Chair: Liesel Ebersöhn Organizer and Chair: Discussant: Barbara S
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Context of Kuwait class and schooling Scottish schools within a Global Era of as it pertains to migration Accountability children and Nouf Alenezi CHAIR/DISCUSSANT: Catriona Oates young people Daniella Sime, Giovanna Fassetta Linda Croxford Matthew Moehle CHAIR: Dee Torrance CHAIR: Mike Jess Paper 1 -­‐ Beyond deficit Wendy Baker Joan Mowat CHAIR: Brynja Halldórsdóttir perspectives: symbolic Paper 61 Paper 48 Paper 92 interactionism and funds Roundtable 3 Workshop 2 Teachers’ Inclusive Attitudes. From Perspectives on Social Justice The i
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Connected Students Impacts the Work of Teachers, Counselors and School Leaders Joanna Garner, Pamela Arnold-­‐Puchalski, John Nunnery SL -­‐ Pollock (50) THURSDAY 20 NOV: 1500-­‐1930 (continued) PISA's Weakness: Why Teacher Experience Matters Vasco d'Agnese Supporting Learners' Uncertainty: Teaching through Dialogue and Moral Development Andrea English Differentiated Instruction and Its Implementation In Indonesia Muhamad Suprayogi, Martin Valcke The Psychoeducative Success Factors within Differentiated Special Education for Gifted Students Andrew Almazán Anaya, Delanie Almazán Anaya JM -­‐ Prestonfield (130) JM -­‐ Pentland E (150) SERA Lecture Professor Lani Florian – Inclusive Pedagogy: a transformative approach to individual differences – but can it help reduce educational inequalities? Room: Pentland Chair: Aline-­‐Wendy Dunlop, SERA Vice President WERA PAPER SESSION WERA PAPER SESSION WERA SYMPOSIUM WERA PAPER SESSION Learning Climate and Educational Theory and Research on Student Mobility: Study International Reflections on the Models of Educational Practice: Risks, Context: Linkages to School Leadership, Abroad Students, Second-­‐Generation Migrants Use of Photo-­‐Elicitation and Challenges and Opportunities for Academic Achievement and Work and Military-­‐Connected Children Visual Representation in Teaching and Learning Outcomes Research and Literacy Instruction Chair: Lesley Wood Chair: Ian Menter Chair: Teresa Bracho González Organizer and Chair: Veronica Richard Escaping H
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Secondary transition through Educational Drama William Barlow CHAIR: William Barlow Paper 84 To Be Controlled, or To Be Developed: On the Relationship between Student and Student Organizations in Shanghai Schools Jiacheng Li CHAIR: William Barlow Paper 41 Focus on salutogenic health promotion: experiences of teachers Raquel Saenz M.I. Gabari J.M Garcia CHAIR: William Barlow Paper 17 27 Dialogues and disruptions: developing group connoisseurship in online, collaborative assessments Tim Fawns Clara O’Shea CHAIR: Tim Fawns Paper 65 Do Students Perceive the Simulation Learning Environment Helpful in Achieving Professional Role Competencies? Wendy Crary CHAIR: Tim Fawns Paper 94 Findings Ways to Assist Students with their Project Proposal Wida Haji Suhaili John Lee Jeff Haywood CHAIR: Tim Fawns Paper 52 SL -­‐ Bonnar (20) SERA CURRICULUM & ASSESSMENT STRAND FRIDAY 21 NOV: 0900-­‐1030 (continues on next page) JM -­‐ Duddingston (30) SERA CHILDREN AND CHILDHOODS STRAND Reflective Thinking Shona Cochrane CHAIR: Shona Cochrane Paper 3 The changing practices of interprofessional communication Morag Redford CHAIR: Shona Cochrane Paper 59 Beyond the reflective practitioner: the case for enlarged thought Donald Gillies CHAIR: Shona Cochrane Paper 20 SL -­‐ Nelson (40) SERA EDUCATING PROFESSIONALS STRAND Teachers’ Lives in a Context of Educational Reforms: A Life History Narrative Inquiry into Chinese College English Teachers’ Professional Development in the Context of Chinese Culture Ling Meng CHAIR: Rosie Mulholland Paper 72 In Transition – Reality Shock and Newly Qualified (PE) Teachers? Rosie Mulholland CHAIR: Rosie Mulholland Paper 89 Radical change or the status quo? Education policymaking in the post-­‐Referendum landscape Anna Beck Alan Britton CHAIR: Rosie Mulholland Paper 47 JM -­‐ Salisbury (36) SERA INITIAL TEACHER EDUCATION STRAND TIME/Room 0900-­‐0930 0930-­‐1000 1000-­‐1030 The Chinese Knowledge Diaspora, and its Implications for the Europe of Knowledge Anthony Welch Critical Analysis of Specializations and Vocationalization Lying Behind the Disciplinarity of Chinese Universities: From the Perspectives of Sociology of Knowledge Kan Wei Higher Education and the Public Sphere: Globalization, Socio-­‐Environmental Knowledges and Praxis Greg Misiaszek The Global Knowledge Economy and Scholarly Traditions: A Work in Progress Studying Educational Researchers within and across Disciplines and Countries Robert Tierney, Kan Wei SL -­‐ Pollock (50) WERA SYMPOSIUM Researching the Global Knowledge Educational Research Economy in Transition: China and the Western World Organiser and Chair: Robert Tierney Discussant: James Conroy Chair: Lori Diane Hill 28 The New Institutional Rules of Evaluation of Education in Mexico: The Constitutional Autonomy as an Instrument to Generate an Evaluation that Impacts the Quality of Education Teresa Bracho Gonzalez The Importance of Peer-­‐Review: Cases in Point Jessica Holloway-­‐Libell, Audrey Amrein-­‐Beardsley Contrasting the Dynamics of English and Finnish Education Policy-­‐Making Jaakko Kauko The Education of Refugee Children: Human Rights Enactment and Educational Policy Discourses in Italy and the UK Valentina Migliarini The Trend towards Practice-­‐Based Approaches in Organizational Research: Epistemological Underpinnings and Methodological Requirements Anna Brake The Trend to Video-­‐Based Approaches to a Praxeological-­‐Orientated Organization Research Sarah Wieners The Trend to Participation & Design Oriented Organizational Education Research Methodologies Susanne Maria Weber 'Getting a Picture' & 'Mapping the Self': Art Based Research Methodologies in Organizational Education Agnieszka Czejkowska Chair: Anna Brake Discussant: Anna Brake JM -­‐ Pentland E (150) WERA SYMPOSIUM Global Trends in Organizational Education Research Methodologies FRIDAY 21 NOV: 0900-­‐1030 (continued) JM -­‐ Prestonfield (130) WERA PAPER SESSION Perspectives on Education Policy Issues Across Contexts Policy and Leadership as Emergent Phenomena: Opening Boundaries, Embracing Paradox, Challenging Inequalities Philip Woods, Amanda Roberts Distributed Leadership and Equity -­‐ the Complex Impact Mechanisms of Leadership on Student Achievement Máté Schnellbach, Nóra Revai Uncovering Policy Response: School Principals in the Netherlands and the Act on Professions in Education Janine Smit, Carl Bagley, Sophie Ward Distributed Leadership in Finland Mika Risku, Pekka Kanervio, Seppo Pulkkinen Typical and Untypical Distributed Leadership In Chinese Schools Meng Tian JM -­‐ Pentland W (120) WERA SYMPOSIUM International Perspectives on the Practice and Development of School Leadership and Policy as Distributed Phenomena Organizer: Philip Woods Chair: Tom Hamilton 1400-­‐1430 1330-­‐1400 1300-­‐1330 1200-­‐1300 TIME/Room 1030-­‐1100 1100-­‐1200 FRIDAY 21 NOV: 1030-­‐1430 (continues on next page) Patricia Horstead Merlin Chatwin CHAIR: Maggie Karpilovski Paper 64 JM -­‐ Duddingston (30) 29 CHAIR: Craig Jamieson Paper 7 SL -­‐ Bonnar (20) SL -­‐ Nelson (40) JM -­‐ Salisbury (36) Coffee – Centro, JM Centre WERA-­‐SERA Plenary Lecture Ingrid Gogolin -­‐ Global Communication — How can Education Research Support the Development of Skills for the 21st Century? Room: Pentland Chair: Sari-­‐Lindblom-­‐Ylänne, WERA President Lunch – JM Dining Room SERA EDUCATING SERA CHILDREN AND CHILDHOODS SERA CURRICULUM & SERA INITIAL TEACHER WERA PAPER SESSION PROFESSIONALS STRAND STRAND ASSESSMENT STRAND EDUCATION STRAND Developing the Enquiring Children's Drawings: experiences Healthy Expectations -­‐ Learning Through Partnership Methodological Tools and Profession: challenges and of children in accident prevention Physical Education Teachers’ Challenges: Item Response Theory, impact and health promotion Perceptions of Curriculum CHAIR/DISCUSSANT: Value-­‐Added Models and Language Change Lani Florian Assessments of Multilinguals Zoe Robertson M.I. Gabari Tom Hamilton Raquel Saenz Rosie Mulholland, Shirley Chair: Ong Kim Lee Paper 1 -­‐ Teachers’ Experiences of J.M. Garcia Gray, Justine MacLean, Mentoring Tandem Placements GTCS Roundtable 2 Andrew Horrell Value-­‐Added Models (VAMs): Deconstructing the "Heroic" Assumptions CHAIR: Maggie Karpilovskil Lesley Reid, Morag Crolla Audrey Amrein-­‐Beardsley, CHAIR: Craig Jamieson Jessica Holloway-­‐Libell Paper 2 -­‐ Student Teachers’ Learning on Paper 77 a Tandem Placement Paper 88 Measuring Language Skills of Multilingual Speakers: Methodological Issues within a Reading the Signs of the Times: Development of Critical Kathryn Dodd Research Cluster on Multilingualism Changing Perspectives in the Jesuit Thinking through a Functional Joana Duarte, Ingrid Gogolin, Paper 3
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Julie Robinson Shaista Khan Natasa Pantic Added Models (VAMs): Current Consensus and a Non-­‐Consensual Divide CHAIR: Maggie Karpilovski CHAIR: Craig Jamieson Symposium 4 Margarita Pivovarova, Audrey Amrein-­‐
Beardsley, Angela Hobson Paper 95 Paper 45 Using Multilevel IRT to Adjust for Attendance Matters: Supporting The Flipped Classroom in Differential Response Styles in Cross-­‐
Attendance in K-­‐3 Education Secondary Mathematics Country Comparative Research Lihshing Wang, Shanshan Wang, Boris Yanovsky Maggie Karpilovski Craig Jamieson JM -­‐ Holyrood (24) 1200-­‐1300 1300-­‐1330 1330-­‐1400 1400-­‐1430 TIME/Room 1030-­‐1100 1100-­‐1200 Education Policy in England, Alberta and Finland Xanthe Couture Global Education in the US: The Interplay between Policy and Teacher Practice Laura Engel, Megan Siczek Policy Gaps and Management of Aging Teachers and Principals of Public Secondary Schools in Nigeria Florence Okeke, Osuji Fedelia The Educational Policy and Teaching Work in Brazil Dalila Oliveira 30 Learning to Teach: Building Global Research Capacity for Evidence-­‐Based Decision Making. Aims, Significance and Work Plan Maria Teresa Tatto, Ian Menter, Beatrice Avalos An International Approach to Searching the Relevant Literature Ian Menter, with Trevor Mutton, and Katharine Burn Investigating the Contingent Historical and Political Trajectories affecting Teacher Training and the Education System in Finland Jaakko Kauko, with Maija Salokangas Learning to Teach: Building Global Research Capacity for Evidence-­‐Based Decision Making. Pilot Synthesis I Jim Crawley, Hiroshi Sato Learning to Teach: Building Global Research Capacity for Evidence-­‐Based Decision Making. Pilot Synthesis II Wendy Smith, with Kiril Bankov FRIDAY 21 NOV: 1030-­‐1430 (continued) — A Longitudinal Analysis of the Evolution of Teacher Beliefs and Pedagogical Responses to Diverse Learners in a Large Scale Mathematics Reform in High Need U.S. Middle Schools Pamela Arnold, Shanan Chappel, Joanna Garner Educational Reform Discourse: Tracing Influences of Public Perceptions on the Teaching Profession in the United States and Norway Heather Bandeen Teacher Epistemologies: The Silenced and Ignored Ways of Knowing in U.S. School Reform Sheila Shannon, Gavin Dunnet, Andrew Koch JM -­‐ Prestonfield (130) JM -­‐ Pentland W (120) Coffee – Centro, JM Centre WERA-­‐SERA Plenary Lecture Ingrid Gogolin -­‐ Global Communication — How can Education Research Support the Development of Skills for the 21st Century? Room: Pentland Chair: Sari-­‐Lindblom-­‐Ylänne, WERA President Lunch – JM Dining Room WERA PAPER SESSION WERA SYMPOSIUM WERA PAPER SESSION Education Policy Studies: Teacher Practice, Teaching Careers Learning to Teach: Building Global Research Capacity for Placing Teachers at the Center of Reform: and Teachers’ Unions in Africa, Europe and the Americas Evidence-­‐Based Decision Making. First Report International Perspectives on Epistemologies, Pedagogical Responses, Recruitment Chair: Carolyn Herrington Organizer: Maria Teresa Tatto and Retention Chair: I
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enter Discussants: Graham Donaldson, Kate Reynolds Chair: Yin Cheong Cheng Invited to the Table? The Influence of Teachers' Unions on Government SL -­‐ Pollock (50) 1545-­‐1615 TIME/Room 1430-­‐1445 1445-­‐1515 1515-­‐1545 Symposium 7 Paper 1 -­‐ Yes, No or Don’t Know: the Uncertain Place of Political Literacy in the Scottish Curriculum Alan Britton Paper 2 -­‐ Leadership & Leavers: Active Citizenship and the Primary Secondary Transition Jane Brown, Hamish Ross Paper 3 -­‐ Children’s Rights-­‐in-­‐Relation: School as a Place for Participation? Greg Mannion, John I'Anson Matthew Sowerby Paper 4 -­‐ Transition, Inclusion and Partnership: Child, Parent and Professionals Led Approaches in a European Research Project John Davis, John Ravenscroft The context-­‐dependency of developing young people’s political rights and civic engagement: places and transitions CHAIR: Hamish Ross DISCUSSANT: TBC 31 SL -­‐ Bonnar (20) Meet the Editors: Scottish Educational Review CHAIR: Stephen McKinney FRIDAY 21 NOV: 1430-­‐1615 (continues on next page) JM -­‐ Duddingston (30) SERA CHILDREN AND CHILDHOODS STRAND Paper 9 A Phenomenological Investigation of Practicing Counselors’, Living in Scotland, Experiences of Altruistic Caring Dodie Limberg Edward Robinson Jonathan Ohrt Paulina Flasch Sandra Robinson CHAIR: Dodie Limberg Paper 42 Exploring Pre-­‐service Primary Teachers’ Beliefs about the Teaching of Science Stephen Day Lynne Grant CHAIR: Dodie Limberg SL -­‐ Nelson (40) SERA EDUCATING PROFESSIONALS STRAND 1545-­‐1615 TIME/Room 1430-­‐1445 1445-­‐1515 1515-­‐1545 Attitudes toward Gays, Lesbians, Bisexuals among Heterosexual University Students in Taiwan Te-­‐Sheng Chang, Cheng-­‐Wen Chen Doctoral Students' Attitudes and Beliefs towards Blended Learning in an English as a Foreign Language (EFL) Writing Course Zhuo Li, Chu-­‐Chuan Chiu Transnational Mobility and International Students: Voices and Visions Megan Siczek 32 Practicing What We Teach: The Benefits of Using Disability Studies in an Inclusion Course David Connor Enacting Research: Disability Studies in Education and Performative Inquiry Jan Valle Critiquing Policy: Limitations and Possibilities Julie Allan Why do We do what We (Think we) do?: About Coalition and Campus from a Disability Studies Perspective Geert Van Hove, Elisabeth De Schauwer Using DSE to Recognize, Resist, Respond to and Reshape Policy and Practices in New Zealand Missy Morton WERA SYMPOSIUM Taking a Global View on (Inclusive) Education: Using Disability Studies in Education to Widen our Horizons Organizer and Chair: Missy Morton WERA PAPER SESSION Student Perceptions, Attitudes and Experiences in Higher Education Contexts Chair: George Wimberly Low Performance Junior High School Students Accomplishing Processes of Abduction and Induction Using Visualization and Virtual Manipulatives Veronica Hoyos, Guadalupe Rodriguez Examining How High School Mathematics Teachers Use Assessment to Inform their Instruction Richard Kitchen Start Small and Build: Flipping Advice for Beginners Craig McBride Cross-­‐Cultural Teacher Practices in a Mathematical Constructivist Setting Steve Salcido, Mayra Ortiz-­‐Galarza, David Carrero Understanding Early Reading Literacy Achievement Gaps in the United States Jerome D'Agostino, Emily Rodgers Questioning Techniques used by Effective Elementary Mathematics and Literacy Teachers: A Cross-­‐Cultural and Cross-­‐Discipline Study in the US and Israel Geraldine Mongillo, Rochelle Kaplan, Dorothy Feola, Vered Nusbaum, Ari Neuman, Randa Abbas Lessons Learnt: Observation of Grade 4 Reading Comprehension Teaching in South African Schools Across the PIRLS 2006 Achievement Spectrum Lisa Zimmerman A Language of Our Own: The Development of a Corpus of Francophone/Anglophone Oral and Written Language Production in Immersion School Richard Speaker Jr., Laura Adelman-­‐Cannon JM -­‐ Pentland W (120) WERA PAPER SESSION WERA PAPER SESSION Mathematics Education Research: Comparative Perspectives on Teaching Practices, Classroom Language and Literacy: Teaching Technology and Student Outcomes Practices, Language Development and Literacy Gaps Chair: Brian Hudson Chair: Carolyn Herrington JM -­‐ Pentland E (150) FRIDAY 21 NOV: 1430-­‐1615 (continued) JM -­‐ Prestonfield (130) SL -­‐ Pollock (50) 1730-­‐1800 1700-­‐1730 TIME/Room 1615-­‐1630 1630-­‐1700 33 JM -­‐ Duddingston (30) SERA CHILDREN AND CHILDHOOD STRAND Coffee – Centro, JM Centre Does Character Education work? -­‐ A study of the pedagogic interventions of Character Scotland. Katharin Barg James Conroy CHAIR: Rachel Shanks Paper 2 Young people in Scotland and structures of authority: school; beyond school; and the Scottish independence referendum Rachel Shanks CHAIR: Rachel Shanks Paper 81 FRIDAY 21 NOV: 1615-­‐1800 (continues on next page) Curriculum and educational outcomes in higher education: An integrated model of analysis Silvia de Almeida Teresa Teixeira Lopo Workshop 7 JM -­‐ Holyrood (24) SERA CURRICULUM & ASSESSMENT STRAND Induction Programmes in Scotland’s Teacher Probationary Year Robert Doherty CHAIR: Audur Palsdottir Paper 82 Establishing sustainable models of partnerships : early career teachers Sandra Eady John I’Anson CHAIR: Audur Palsdottir Paper 70 The experience of using the Sustainability Education Implementation Questionnaire in compulsory schools in Iceland – two case studies Audur Palsodottir Allyson Macdonald CHAIR: Audur Palsdottir Paper 46 SL -­‐ Bonnar (20) SERA EDUCATING PROFESSIONALS STRAND TIME/Room 1615-­‐1630 1630-­‐1700 1700-­‐1730 1730-­‐1800 Effects of Low-­‐income Neighbourhoods: From School Contexts to Social Competence in Elementary School Children Lily Dyson "Segregation or Thinking Black"? Discourses in the Historical Development of Black-­‐Focused Schools in Toronto and London, 1968-­‐2008 Lauri Johnson The Identities, Values and Strategies of Middle-­‐Class Parents who Challenge Elitist School Choice Models – A US Case-­‐Study Berglind Magnasdattir Addressing Global Challenges Through Successful Actions: Schools as Learning Communities Silvia Molina, Gisela Redondo-­‐Sama, Laura Ruiz, Miguel Ángel Pulido-­‐Rodríguez Helping at Risk Youth to Develop their Own Pathways to Resilience: An Action Learning Case Study Lesley Wood WERA PAPER SESSION Race, Class and Resilience: Research on Equity and Educational Opportunity Chair: Barbara Schneider SL -­‐ Pollock (50) 34 Institutional and Market Influences on Students' Higher Education Choices in France Agnes van Zanten Transition to Higher Education in Finland: Admission Policies, Student Counseling and Preparatory Courses Sonja Kosunen The Impact of Institutional Habitus on Students' Educational Decisions, Aspirations and “Choices": An Analysis from Spanish Secondary Schools Aina Tarabini, Marta Curran Do we have the Same Standard to Value Virtue? Virtue in Confucius and Plato and its Implementation on Education for International Understanding Yan Gao Assessment of Basic Education Teachers' Competency in Implementing the New Basic Science and Technology (BST) Curriculum Elizabeth Offor Building an International Context for Developing a Science Curriculum Towards Social Justice Anastasios Siatras, Panagiotis Koumaras The Effectiveness of Social Skills Training to Enhance Social Skills of Children with Autism in Libya Saleh Gadalla, Fathi Gadalla JM -­‐ Pentland E (150) Coffee – Centro, JM Centre WERA SYMPOSIUM WERA PAPER SESSION Transition to Higher Education and Issues in Curriculum Design, Students' Choices Across European Development and Countries: Institutional and Market Implementation: Teacher Influences Competency, Social Justice, International Understanding and Organizer: Agnes van Zanten; Chair: Effective Intervention Jaakko Kauko Discussant: Jaakko Kauko Chair: Geri Smyth FRIDAY 21 NOV: 1615-­‐1800 (continued) JM -­‐ Prestonfield (130) Modeling Online Reading Comprehension with Think Alouds Stefania Carioli Movies and the Intercultural Language Competence among UAE Teacher Candidates Sadiq Midraj, Jessica Midraj Identifying Critical Consumerism and Monitoring Student Growth in a Global Context: Forging a Multiliteracies Formative Assessment Tool Dara Soljaga, Veronica Richard, Simeon Stumme The Imagery-­‐Language Connection: Improving Word Reading and Comprehension in Students with Learning Difficulties in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Australia Nanci Bell WERA PAPER SESSION Reading Comprehension, Intercultural Language Competence and Multiliteracies in Italy, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom and the United States Chair: Veronica Villaran JM -­‐ Pentland W (120) 
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