EERA Summer School 2021
Beyond the Basics in Educational Research Methodology: Research ethics in educational research
14 - 16 June 2021, online organised by the University of Jyväskylä, Finland
The European Educational Research Association (EERA), the University of Jyväskylä and the Finnish Educational Research Association (FERA) are pleased to announce the 2021 EERA Online Summer School which will be held online 14 - 16 June. We invite European doctoral students to the 3-day virtual Summer School on the topic „Beyond the Basics in Educational Research Methodology: Research ethics in educational research“.
The aim of the Summer School:
The aim of the EERA Online Summer School 2021 is to support the doctoral students in their endeavor in producing methodologically high-quality research with sensitivity to ethical issues. It will provide PhD students with an opportunity to
• Present and receive feedback on their research
• Participate in interactive research seminars and peer group discussions related to their topic and/or methodology of research
• Attend thought provoking lectures followed by discussions on research ethics
• Contact other PhD students from different countries and educational cultures.
The Summer School will offer:
The summer school offers a mixture of lectures, seminars, and a possibility to discuss one’s own research in a friendly and encouraging atmosphere. During the summer school, the students work in groups, which are organized based on research themes and methodological choices of their study. Students will be advised and mentored by experienced researchers. In addition, students’ learning will be enhanced by inspiring, high quality keynote lectures, and networking possibilities. The Summer School will be held in English. Students will get a certificate of participation including a suggestion of 3 ECT credits.
Who can apply and what does it cost?
Applicants are doctoral students who primarily come from or study in member countries of EERA. Their thesis must relate to educational research. Preferably, the participant should be a Ph.D. student in the first or second year of his/her studies to most benefit from the summer school.