In this course, we offer an overview of the educational research process from an emerging perspective. The identification of new problems and themes that are emerging within the framework of the new socio-political scenarios and changes in scientific and educational knowledge is proposed.
In this edition, we want to highlight those issues that interest and concern research groups related to education, their research techniques as well as the development of pedagogical knowledge. In short, with this Symposium we aspire to contribute to the improvement of the visibility of the studies carried out by researchers and research groups in our country.
The Conference is part of the CDEPI project (Digital Competence in compulsory education students. Socio-familial environments, appropriation processes and e-inclusion proposals) in which are participating the research groups STELLAE (University of Santiago de Compostela) and GITE-USAL (University of Salamanca).
3rd International Summer Workshop on Alternative Methods in Social Research: Transformative and Inclusive Social and Educational Research
The Procie research group presents the III Annual Summer Workshop, which REUNI+D organizes, as part of their activity as networks of educational investigation groups. In this case it will revolve around “Transformative and Inclusive Social and Educational Research”.
The seminar on Learning Ecologies in Multiple Contexts was held in the Chancellor’s Building at Malaga University from 26th to 28th January 2017. The seminar was organized within the framework of the RDI project EDU2014-51961-P Learning Ecologies in Multiple Contexts: an analysis of projects on expanded education and shaping citizenship (ECOEC).
II. International Summer Workshop on Alternative Research Methods in Social Research : VISUAL METHODS
The ELKARRIKERTUZ research group of the University of the Basque Country at the Faculty of Education, Philosophy and Anthropology in San Sebastián is pleased to announce the schedule for the second annual summer workshop, a three days course open to graduate students in the Humanities, Education and Social Sciences (with preference given to Ph.D. students).