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Projet EducMap

Vers une cartographie collective et réflexive des recherches en éducation / financement PEPS 2015
When Feb 11, 2016 09:30 AM to
Feb 12, 2016 03:30 PM
Where ENS de Lyon - Salle de conférences, site Monod, 1 place de l'École
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Educational research covers a diverse area of topics that presents integration challenges. We used a bibliographic analysis of the Scopus database to describe educational research and present a global map that consists of 18 research clusters that are connected by distinct sets of references. Clusters differ in their core references and how much they focus on educational research. Some clusters share references in a highly connected way and focus directly on teaching and learning (e.g. Science of Learning cluster) while other clusters share references more loosely and focus on topics that lie at the interaction of education and other related fields (e.g. Sociology of Education cluster). As such, clusters represent subfields of educational research that are differentially organized around different research topics and shared knowledge bases embodied in shared references. Students, researchers, and practitioners can use our results to explore the collectively built knowledge bases of educational research.

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Program

February 11th, 2016
09h30-10h00: Welcome Coffee
10h00-10h15: Introduction to the EducMap project – Kris Lund
10h30-11h30: A Scientometric Map of Global Educational Research and the Educmap interactive tool – Heisawn Jeong, Kris Lund, Sebastian Grauwin, Pablo Jensen
11h30-12h00: Discussion
12h00-13h30: Lunch
13h30-14h30: Science of Learning cluster – Sanne Akkerman
14h30-15h30: Science Education cluster – Barbara Hofer
15h30-16h00: Pause
16h00-16h30: Using the EducMap interactive tool (parallel workshops)
16h30-17h30: Each group reports back / general discussion
 

February 12th, 2016
09h00-09h30: Welcome Coffee
09h30-10h00: Les utilisations possibles de l’EducMap par l’IFé – Olivier Rey
10h00-10h30: Research in Education within the Human and Social Sciences: what does EducMap tell us? – Pablo Jensen
10h30-11h00: Pause
11h00-12h00: Sociology of Education cluster – Christine Detrez
12h00-13h30: Lunch
13h30-14h30: Motivation cluster – Judith Harackiewicz
14h30-15h30: discussion – What can we learn from EducMap?

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