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    Proceedings of the ECER VETNET Conference 2016
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    >>> Special news: New Honorary Member in VETNET: Ludger Deitmer
     

    Papers presented as part of  the VETNET programme for ECER 2016 in Dublin (22 to 26 August 2016)

    Nägele, Christof; Stalder, Barbara; Gessler, Michael; Malloch, Marg; Manning, Sabine (Eds.) 

    This set of papers is related to the VETNET Programme for ECER 2016 (see EERA website). The list below includes the full-text papers submitted by the authors for the Proceedings. 

    NEW: The links in front of the papers lead to the documents available for downloading in the Dropbox folder VETNET 2016: Texte [=P]/ Präsentationen [=PDF].

    In addition to the Proceedings papers, a Reference to published papers (ECER 2016 papers which are due to be published, or have been published, elsewhere) will be included below. Particularly worth noting in this respect are the publications in the International Journal for Research in Vocational Education and Training (IJRVET).

    NEW: The ECER presentations 2016 are available for downloading on the vetnetsite

    View > Special contributions to celebrate 20 years of VETNET at ECER 2016 in Dublin:

    Distinct contributions of educational researchers in VETNET (PDF). Presentation by Martin Mulder at the ECER VETNET Opening Session

    My journey with the VETNET network - Insights into the evolution of European vocational education and training research 1992 - 2016 (P) - a special paper by Pekka Kämäräinen

    VETNET: Public images across 20 years (File) - a presentation of visual highlights by Sabine Manning


    Proceedings papers:
     

    [P] [PDF] Benedek, András; Molnár, György. New content management in VET. 

    [P] Deitmer, Ludger; Heinemann, Lars; Müller, Werner. Building Information Modelling (BIM) and its implications on professional skills of construction workers.

    [P] DIF, M'Hamed. On the development and performance of Apprenticeship-type schemes within the French vocational alternating training system. 

    [P] Duemmler, Kerstin; Felder, Alexandra; Caprani, Isabelle. Flexibility and autonomy demands: Retail apprentices’ sense-making and professional identities.

    [P] Hiim, Hilde; Stålhane, Jan. Vocational teachers as researchers: A didactic approach to Action Research in a curriculum development project in VET. 

    [File] Hughes, Lewis.  SNAPSHOT - Research approach and activity. Expanding the utility of Activity Theory - The ‘HINGE’. VET teachers researching and/or drawing upon research.

    [P] Schwencke, Eva. Future-Creating Workshop in enhancing relevant vocational and professional education.

    [P] Taylor, Alison. From “skills shortage” to “skills mismatch”: Rethinking Canadian vocational education.

    [P] [PDF] Tyson, Ruhi. Reflections on vocational Bildung didactics in vocational teacher education: Two case studies.
     
     

    Reference to papers (due to be) published elsewhere:
     
     


    Special News: 

    New Honorary Member in VETNET: Ludger Deitmer

    Impressions from the ECER-VETNET Assembly session at University College Dublin, August 23-25, 2016 

    Pending ratification by the EERA Council, Dr. Ludger Deitmer, University of Bremen, Institut Technik und Bildung (ITB),
    was awarded the Honorary Network Membership by VETNET for his sustained, unique and visible contribution to the Network. 

    Congrats, and well-deserved. 
    Prof. Martin Mulder

    August 2016


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    Complete reference:
    Proceedings of the ECER VETNET Conference 2016: Papers presented for the VETNET programme of ECER 2016 at Dublin (22-26 August 2016). Nägele, Christof; Stalder, Barbara; Malloch, Marg; Gessler, Michael; Manning, Sabine (Eds.). Berlin: Wissenschaftsforum Bildung und Gesellschaft e.V. [www.ecer-vetnet-2016.wifo-gate.org]

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