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19th EARLI Biennial Conference - 2021 - Education and Citizenship: Learning and Instruction and the Shaping of Futures

Date :  du 23-08-2021 au 27-08-2021

Lieu :  (à distance)

Modalité :  intégralement à distance

Organisation :  European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI)

The EARLI Executive Committee has decided, after careful consideration, that the EARLI 2021 Conference in Gothenburg will move fully online. The continuing uncertainty about what the pandemic situation will be next summer is making it impossible to plan.
We feel that making this decision early on allows us to plan creatively for a vibrant, intellectually rich conference. The conference theme – Education and Citizenship: learning and Instruction and the Shaping of Futures – has a new resonance in the light of COVID-19.

Programme : 

Democratic societies build on ideas of active citizens who participate in and contribute to social, cultural and economic development. The UN Agenda 2030 specifies the goals involved in building sustainable and just societies able to successfully address the challenges we face in Anthropocene. Learning and instruction in its various settings play an increasingly important role in promoting the values, skills and knowledge that will allow us to foster active citizens who are able to contribute to sustainable and peaceful co-existence. EARLI can help to advance our understanding of the role and impact of education by addressing the processes and outcomes of learning in broad and innovative ways. This includes attending to features such as the role of learning and instruction for the promotion of agency, the development of collaborative skills, the deepening of a sense of belonging in society and, not least, for the commitment to future learning among all citizens.

The joy and excitement of learning and of knowledge sharing and creation, represent significant components of learning, and they should be considered as important outcomes of learning along with our traditional competence measures. In this respect, they need far more attention from researchers. The pandemic spreading during 2020 reminded us of the fact that the future is increasingly difficult to predict but it seems safe to say that learning and re-learning will continue a top prioirity regardless of the future. The EARLI community accepts the responsibility to show how learning and instruction are consequential for the intellectual, social and cultural fabric of societies striving to shape their future on the road to sustainability.

Keynote speakers

Prof. Dr. Paul Ashwin, Lancaster University (UK)
Thinking Beyond the Crises: what is a university education for?

Prof. Dr. Halszka Jarodzka, Open University (NL)
Vision for Education - How Eye- tracking Helps Us to Understand and to Improve Learning and Instruction

Prof. Dr. Ola Erstad, University of Oslo (NO)
Learning Lives and Lived Citizenship - trajectories of participation and future- making

Prof. Dr. Cintia Rodriguez, Autonomous University of Madrid (ES)
Early Manifestations of Executive Functions from the End of the First Year at Infant School, A Pragmatic View

Prof. Dr. Raija Hämäläinen, University of Jyväskylä (FI)
The Challenges of Digitalisation: Innovative Multidisciplinary Methods and Technologies for Enhancing Learning and Professional Development

Prof. Dr. Tina Seufert, University of Ulm (DE)
Learners' resources as moderators for instructional design, self-regulation and cognitive load

Prof. Dr. James Hiebert, University of Delaware (US)
A Practical Theory of Teaching

Prof. Dr. Hilde Van Keer, Ghent University (BE)
“And all at once, summer collapsed into fall”: The Vital, Though Challenging Nature of Self-regulated Learning More Than Ever Acknowledged

Invited symposia

  • Learning By Doing Won’t Suffice: What Determines The Quality Of Peer Feedback?
  • The Potential of Biophysiology to Understand Motivation, Engagement and Learning Experiences
  • Social Interactions and Life Long Learning
  • Learning Study in Prospective Teacher Education
  • From Heterogeneous Perceptions of Instruction and Student Characteristics to Adaptive Teaching
  • Moral and Democratic Education in an Age of Extremism
  • Developing Connectivity Between Education and Work: Principles and Practices
  • In Search of the ‘Good’ Teacher: Perspectives on Teacher Competence
  • Developing Research and Academic Careers in Uncertain Times
  • New Solutions for Educational Eye-Tracking Research
  • Genes, Brain and Social Contexts: Their Interactions and Implications for Education
  • Religions and Worldviews for 21st Century Citizenship Skills
  • Enhancing Support in the Transition to Higher Education – In the Light of Student’s Diversity
  • Engaging Teachers in Inquiry Learning
  • University Teacher Education in Times of COVID-19
  • Meet the EARLI Editors
  • The Pitfalls and Promises of Online Collection of Process Data
  • Re-theorizing Learning and Research Methods in Learning Research
  • The Role of Non-Academic Skills in Writing
  • Educational Neuroscience: a Journey from the Lab to the Real-World, and Back...
  • Tidying the Toolbox: Trials, Tribulations and Triumphs in Research on Learning and Education
  • Beyond the Pandemic: Shaping of Futures in (Even More?) Diverse Educational Settings
  • Learner-Centered Processes in Feedback Across Contexts: Theoretical and Empirical Findings
  • The Impact of Different Educational Technology Designs on Learning in Work- Related Contexts
  • Validity and Reliability Evidence of Measures Used to Screen Learning Difficulties in Maths
  • How Teachers Think About SRL and Judge SRL in Students
  • The Life and Legacy of Stuart A. Karabenick: “Acquired Wisdom? More like Lessons Learned”

La conférence biennale EARLI est précédéee par 3 jours réservés aux jeunes chercheurs, du 18 au 20 août : The JURE 2021 Pre-Conference invited Junior Researchers from around the world to engage in compelling discussions on "Citizenship and Education". JURE 2021 offered early career researchers a first academic conference experience, and the opportunity to meet colleagues from across the globe.


• résumés :


Le livre des résumés est téléchargeable sur le site du colloque (pdf, 326 pages). Les résumés des communications proposées par les jeunes chercheurs sont également disponibles (pdf, 43 pages)

mot(s) clé(s) :  recherche en éducation