EARLI 2017

JURE 2017


August 27th  - August 28th 2017

The JURE 2017 Pre-Conference will take place in Tampere, Finland on "Education in the Light of Multiple Perspectives: Towards Intertwining Personalised and Collaborative Learning". This Conference invites Junior Researchers from around the world to engage in compelling discussions about learning and instruction research.

EARLI 2017


August 29th  - September 2nd 2017

The 17th Biennial EARLI Conference will be hosted by the University of Tampere, Finland on "Education in the crossroads of economy and politics – Role of research in the advancement of public good". We warmly encourage participants to present results and ideas to increase the impact of research in the political and societal decision-makers.

CLICK HERE TO CONSULT THE CONFERENCE PROGRAMME.

REGISTRATIONS OPEN


The registration desk at EARLI 2017 will be open in the main lobby of the University of Tampere Main Building at the following times:

Monday 28 August 12:00 - 14:00 and 16:00 - 18:00
Tuesday 29 August 07:30 - 17:00
Wednesday 30 August 08:00 - 17:00
Thursday 31 August 08:00 - 17:00
Friday 1 September 08:00 - 17:00
Saturday 2 September 08:00 - 12:00

 

Click here to register for EARLI 2017 and/or JURE 2017.

 

Conference Theme


Thema

 

The 17th Biennial conference of the European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI) is taking place in Tampere, Finland and will be hosted by the University of Tampere.

Education is struggling between the tensions and forces from economy, politics, media and scientific research. Against the backdrop of the economic situation in Europe, public funding for education is decreasing in many countries. This creates a situation in which politicians tend to initiate programmes that attract media attention in order to guarantee the continuation of their political careers. The role of research in advancing education is being challenged as are the funding opportunities for educational and psychological research.

What is research about, how to combine theory and practice, and how to convince the general public and policy makers of the myriad strengths educational and psychological research have to offer to the advancement of well-being and public good?

We warmly encourage participants to present results and ideas to increase the impact of research in the political and societal decision-makers.

IMPORTANT DATES

  • Thursday October 27th 2016
    Abstract submission deadline
  • January 2017
    Conference registrations open
  • February 2017
    Abstract Review
  • April 4th 2017
    Early Bird registration deadline
  • April 25th 2017
    Presenter registration deadline
  • June 2017
    Conference programme available online
  • August 29th – September 2nd 2017
    17th Biennial EARLI conference

KEYNOTES

Follow the keynote sessions of Manfred Prenzel (Wednesday – 13:45 EET), Kari Smith (Thursday – 13:45 EET), and Sari Lindblom (Friday – 13:45 EET) via live streaming through this link.

Follow the keynote sessions of Bart Rienties (Wednesday - 13:45 EET), Jouni Välijärvi (Thursday - 13:45 EET), Cornelis de Brabander (Friday - 13:45 EET) via live streaming through this link.

Cornelis De Brabander
Dr. Cornelis De Brabander
Leiden University (NL)

A Unified Model of Task-Specific Motivation

AllysonHadwin
Prof. Allyson Hadwin
University of Victoria (CA)

Promoting adaptive regulation: Progress, challenges and possibilities

Manfred Prenzel
Prof. Dr. Manfred Prenzel
Technical University of Munich (DE)

Evidence-based Education and the Role of Teacher Education

Kari Smith
Prof. Dr. Kari Smith
Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NO)
Moving Beyond Rhetoric: Building a Culture to Substantiate Research Based Teacher Education

Jouni Valijarvi
Prof. Dr. Jouni Välijärvi
University of Jyväskylä (FI)
 

Changing Competence Needs and International Comparative Assessments

Tamara Van Gog
Prof. Dr. Tamara van Gog
Utrecht University (NL)
 

Eye Follow You: Effects of Gaze Cues on Learning

Submission and Review


EARLI 2017 welcomes a broad variety of submission types. These formats are designed to create a lively academic atmosphere, allowing for different preferences in presentation styles and to accommodate the presentation of research at various stages. 
 

Each proposal is reviewed by at least two experts active within the specific field of research.

Click here to find out more about the submission and review process.

Funding for Presenters


The EARLI Executive Committee (EC) would like to express its commitment to EARLI members who are facing financial struggles and for whom the conference attendance is perhaps not an evident option. In order to do so, the EARLI EC offers funding which will be granted under the form of a waived conference fee to a number of participants.

 

Click here to view the funding criteria.

The deadline for application is the 7th of March 2017.