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I Conferencia Internacional de Investigación en Educación (IRED’19)

2019-09-17T11:36:50+00:00septiembre 1st, 2019|Tags: , , |

La I Conferencia Internacional de Investigación Educativa – “Educación 2019: reptos, tendencias y compromisos” (IRED’19) pretende analizar el futuro inmediato de la Educación en la línea iniciada por el informe del Instituto de Investigación en Educación (IRE), de la Universidad de Barcelona, publicado en 2018. Fecha: 4 y 5 de noviembre de 2019 Lugar: Barcelona Los contenidos de la discusión y presentación de reflexiones se organizan en torno a estos tres ejes: Retos que se plantean al sistema Educativo durante los próximos años. Tendencias: hacia donde se orientan las actuales políticas institucionales. Compromisos a los que hay que llegar en estos próximos [...]

Growing Mind- Educational transformations for facilitating sustainable personal, social and institutional renewal

2019-05-07T21:44:47+00:00abril 15th, 2019|Tags: , , , , , | Growing Mind- Educational transformations for facilitating sustainable personal, social and institutional renewal (2018- 2023) Growing Mind is a Research Hub that brings together research projects within education and psychology. The Growing Mind project aims at producing means for the renewal and development of schools, teachers and students on the personal, social, and institutional level. The project aims for societal impact and brings to the forefront the challenges arising from digitalization on the social, personal and institutional level. The project activities are done in cooperation between school practitioners and academic research. The activities support the aims of the new core curriculum, [...]

Living and Learning in the Digital Age (LiDA)

2019-03-29T17:00:36+00:00abril 4th, 2019|Tags: , , , | Living and Learning in the Digital Age (LiDA) is a multidisciplinary research group that explores children and young people’s learning, use of technology and socialization in formal and informal learning contexts. The research group study how digital media, technologies and representations become resources for participation, collaboration and learning in different practices in today’s knowledge society. LiDA researchers also have extensive experience with design-based research (DBR) and research-practice partnership (RPP) approaches that emphasize the societal relevance of research and the development of innovative practices in educational institutions. Focus: Learning and Identity; Dialogic Learning and Teaching; Digital Representations and Collaborative Learning

youthLAB, Youth Learning Across Boundaries

2019-05-07T22:38:45+00:00marzo 5th, 2019|Tags: , , , | youthLAB is a research group focussed on research the dynamics of collaborative and interest-driven learning in the service of creating more equitable opportunities for children and their families across schools, community organizations and homes. Specifically, youthLAb carry out empirical studies to advance the understanding of the dynamics of learning across time and setting with a special focus on the role of networked technologies and learning partners.

LIFE. Learning in Informal and Formal Environments

2019-11-14T17:05:23+00:00diciembre 20th, 2018|Tags: , , | LIFE Center –Learning in Informal and Formal Environments– represents a collaboration between the University of Washington in Seattle (lead institution), Stanford University, and SRI International, Inc., in the San Francisco area. The LIFE Center is a multi-institution group of scientists whose purpose is to develop and test principles regarding the social foundations of learning.The investigators focus on complex human learning over the lifespan with the goal of understanding how and why human social processes affect learning. LIFE Center findings will inform learning theories, influence educational practices, and affect technologies designed to enhance learning. The LIFE Center website offers information about purposes, Executive Management and Reseach [...]

Clayton Christensen Institute

2019-11-14T14:49:15+00:00septiembre 6th, 2018|Tags: , , | The Clayton Christensen Institute is a nonprofit, nonpartisan think tank dedicated to improving the world through disruptive innovation. Founded on the theories of Harvard professor Clayton Christensen, the Institute offers a unique framework for understanding many of society’s most pressing issues around education, healthcare, and economic prosperity.