Proceedings of the ECER VETNET Conference 2010
Papers presented for the VETNET programme of ECER 2010 “Education and Cultural Change” in Helsinki (25 to 27 August 2010)
Deitmer, Ludger; Stenström, Marja-Leena; Manning, Sabine (Eds.)
This set of papers is related to the VETNET Programme for ECER 2010. The list below includes all full-text papers submitted by the authors for the proceedings. Please note that the authors’ names and titles presented below refer to the actually submitted papers, while the EERA website quotes the original proposals. In addition to the Proceedings papers, an Appendix (related papers presented in other EERA networks) and a Reference to published papers (ECER 2010 papers which have been published elsewhere) are included below.
The papers [P] and PPT presentations listed below are available for downloading in the recreated VETNET Folder for ECER 2010.
[P] Aarkrog, Vibe. Introduction to a taxonomy for teaching for transfer.
[P] Annen, Silvia. Recognition of informal learning: Comparison of selected European approaches.
[P] Avidan, Hila. Human capital investment in a shrinking workforce: How do older workers fit in?.
[P] Azizi, Nematollah; Gavazi, Arash. Validating a multi-layer qualitative needs assessment to highlight training requirements in traditional small enterprises: Case study Iranian stone industries.
[P] Brok, Lene Storgaard. Workplace literacy: The written language as it appears in an everyday life context at two different workplaces.
[P] Burchert, Joanna. Coaches, administrators, colleagues and pedagogues – Sketching a typology of German trainers’ pedagogical self concepts.
[P] Cairns, Len; Malloch, Margaret. Workplace learning and cultural change: The three dimensional learner for the 21st Century.
[P] Deitmer, Ludger. Quality in VET: Studying company training by VET teacher students within ‘Praktika’.
[P] Deitmer, Ludger; Kämäräinen, Pekka. Students as researchers: Analysing the quality of in-company training.
[P] Dif, M’Hamed. EQF effect on national and sectoral qualification processes.
[P] Esch, Will Van; Neuvel, Jan. From prevocational to general secondary education in the Netherlands: The view of prevocational schools.
[P] Franz, Julia. An empirical perspective on intergenerational learning arrangements.
[P] Henriksen, Lars Bo; Askehave, Johan. Engineering students in the real world: On-campus PBL – the Aalborg case.
[P] Höhns, Gabriela. Applying Bernstein to an analysis of the German dual system – a first exploration.
[P] Hughes, Lewis. Learning partnerships in VET: Acting upon the possibilities to deepen learning.
[P] Hughes, Lewis; Cairns, Len. The learner, the learning and the workplace: Strengthening learning outcomes through the entwining of three, possibly conflicting, cultural orientations.
[P] Kämäräinen, Pekka. Comparative analyses of the development of practice-based learning – A European group picture.
[P] Kimmelmann, Nicole. Teacher/trainer education and training towards a ‘Diversity Professional’ in the vocational education and training (VET) system .
[P] Köth, Christiane. Renewable energy – an issue for TVET? Results from the Leonardo da Vinci partnerships project “Renewable Energy Solutions” (RES).
[P] Lans, Thomas; Galen, Michiel van; Verstegen, Jos; Biemans, Harm; Mulder, Martin. Searching for entrepreneurs among small business owner-managers.
[P] Laczik, Andrea; Lasonen, Johanna. Analysis of how the skills and competencies of economic migrants match the requirements of local labour markets.
[P] Lasonen, Johanna. Towards multicultural VET – recognition of immigrants’ competence.
[P] Lecourt, Anne-Juliette. Unequal use of individual right to recognition of prior learning (VAE): French candidates’ paths in VAE process. Analyse of candidates’ paths in the VAE process through the notion of experience..
[P] Marhuenda, Fernando; Bonavia, Tomas; Navas, Almudena. Learning trajectories: Learning processes in Work Integration Social Enterprises.
[P] Mazereeuw, Marco; Boersma, Kerst Th. Connecting school and work placement: Towards a learning and supervising strategy for learning about animal reproduction in Agricultural Education.
[P] Meerman, Martha; Spierings, Jeanine; Glastra, Folke. Workplace learning and teaching conceptions about diversity in vocational education.
[P] Münchhausen, Gesa; Velten, Stefanie. Competence development in fixed-term employment.
[P] Nägele, Christof; Hasler, Patrizia. Learning at the workplace and development of professional competences.
[P] O’Shea, Noreen. Tacit knowledge, strategy making and entrepreneurial learning.
[P] Paulsen, Jan Merok. Managing assymetric working life relationships through adaptive learning: A community of practice perspective.
[P] Renta Davids, Ana Inés. Regulatory framework for training at and for work: The Spanish and Norwegian context.
[P] Saikkonen, Soili; Siikaniemi, Lena; Härkönen, Anja. Competence foresight – concept of the future.
[P] Smith, Andy. Uncovering hidden learning (informal learning within virtual social learning systems).
[P] Sturing, Lidwien; Biemans, Harm; Mulder, Martin; Bruijn, Elly de. To what extent are vocational courses competence-based? Evaluation of a model for self-assessing competence-based vocational education.
[P] Tamm, Auni; Kazjulja, Margarita. Training in connections with occupational positions: 10 years changes in Estonia.
[P] Teräs, Marianne. Cultural diversity in work and education – perspectives of the first and second generation immigrants.
[P] Vollmers, Burkhard. Which methodical perspectives are possible if vocational competencies are to be measured? Proposal of a six-field-formula.
[P] Vryonides, Marios; Vitsilakis, Chryssi. Factors affecting women’s participation in life long training across Europe: Cross cultural perspectives from the European Social Survey.
[P] Wolf, Stefan. The culture of work and the transfer of elements of vocational education and training to other countries.
[P] Zijlstra, Arthur; Hooft, Frederiek van’t; Meerman, Martha. The professionalization of lecturers in higher education in the Netherlands: A case study.
Appendix (related papers presented in other EERA networks)
[A] [PPT] [P] Folvarochnyi, Igor. Modern trends in development education and adult education policy in EU countries and Ukraine.
Reference to published papers:
Greatorex, Jackie; Rushton, Nicky. Is CRAS a suitable tool for comparing specification demands from vocational qualifications? In: Research Matters. A Cambridge Assessment publication. University of Cambridge. Issue 10, June 2010, pp. 40-44.