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  • Veranstaltung: 02.07.2018 - 06.07.2018 Universität Innsbruck, Österreich

    Innsbruck Summer School 2018 on methods of empirical educational research

    The Institute for Educational Science at the University of Innsbruck and their research centre ‘Education – Generation – Lifecourse’ have joined forces with the Empirische pädagogische Forschung (Empirical Pedagogic Research) section of the Österreichischen Gesellschaft für Forschung und Entwicklung im Bildungswesen ...

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  • Innovative lesson concepts at the Aktiven Projekt-Schule in Stephanskirchen

    Of the almost 1600 schools in Bavaria over 1300 are operated by privately-run institutions. One of the most recent additions to this list is the Aktive projekt-Schule (active project school) in Stephanskirchen – ‘a Protestant school for pupils from years five to ten that is fun and has meaning’. A spokesperson from the school...

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  • France wishes to ban mobile phones in schools

    From September mobile phones should be banned in French schools, an initial vote by the national assembly has decided. The ban should also apply during break time at pre-schools ( École maternelles ), primary schools and secondary schools. The only exception would be the French grammar schools, the Lycée . The ruling would...

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  • Veranstaltung: 25.06.2018 - 28.06.2018 University of Toronto Mississauga, Canada

    Canada International Conference on Education

    The Canada International Conference on Education (CICE) will be held from the 25th to 28th of June, 2018. The CICE is an international refereed conference dedicated to the advancement of the theory and practices in education. Image source: Image from toptop54 / CC0 1.0

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  • Distance learning course on inclusion and school – applications now accepted

    Everyone should have control over their own social participation. No one should be isolated or excluded. This represents inclusion. Specifically, in terms of the education sector, it means a school for all and combined lessons for children with disabilities and those without. Implementing this requirement presents both teachers...

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  • Veranstaltung: 13.06.2018 - 16.06.2018 Saarstraße 21, 55122 Mainz, Deutschland

    GPJE-Annual Meeting 2018

    The 19th annual meeting of the Society for Civic Education Didactics and Civic Youth and Adult Education will take place from 14 to 16 June 2018 at the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz. This year's theme of the conference bears the title "Societal Change - New tasks for Civic Education and Its Didactics!?". Source Image...

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  • Digital media in the classroom: training for student teachers not yet compulsory

    Education experts are calling for student teachers to be taught how to work with digital media as a compulsory component of their training. This comes as a study by the organisation Monitor Lehrerbildung reveals that courses addressing the pedagogically meaningful application of tablets and smartboards are still not...

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  • New quality concept for the education system in Baden-Württemberg

    In order to avoid repeating the disappointing results from the last IQB national assessment study the government in Baden-Württemberg has launched a new quality concept for school improvement. The aim of the concept is to boost teaching quality through the use of evidence-based analysis and scientifically verified findings. In...

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  • Head teacher suing Education Senator because of inclusion policy

    The head teacher of a Bremen grammar school is taking legal action against the Bremen Senator for Education, Claudia Bodegan. The reason is the planned creation of an inclusion class in year 5, which the head teacher opposes. The coming school year would see an inclusive class incorporating pupils with perception disorders and...

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  • Number of university students without ‘Abitur’ reaches record high

    According to a survey by the CHE Centre for Higher Education 57,000 students currently on courses at German universities and colleges do not have a higher education entrance qualification or A-level equivalent. This number has doubled since 2010 and has now reached a record high in Germany. For almost ten years it has been...

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