Proceedings 2012

Proceedings of the ECER VETNET Conference 2012

Papers presented as part of  the VETNET programme for ECER 2012 “Urban Education” at Cádiz (18 to 21 September 2012)

Gessler, Michael; Deitmer, Ludger; Marhuenda, Fernando; Manning, Sabine (Eds.) 

This set of papers is related to the VETNET Programme for ECER 2012. The list below includes all full-text papers submitted by the authors for the proceedings. In addition to the Proceedings papers, a Reference to published papers (ECER 2012 papers which are due to be published, or have been published, elsewhere) is included below. Also attached is an ANNEX of selected  powerpoint presentations (in cases where the ppt presentation serves as an initial project result or adds important figures to the paper). 

The papers [P] and PPT presentations listed below are available for downloading in the recreated VETNET Folder for ECER 2012.

Proceedings papers:

[P] Ashmawy, Iman. The effect of education decentralization on school-leadership in vocational schools: Prerequisites for application in Egypt according to the German experience. 
[P] Avis, James. Workplace learning, VET and vocational pedagogy: The transformation of practice. 
[P] Chisvert Tarazone, María José. Legal determinations in actions supporting continuing vocational education and training (CVET). 
[P] Collins, Jill; Morton, Pat; Dean, Glynis. Maximising opportunities for career learning through work experience placements. 
[P] Davies, Peter. Financial literacy in the context of democracy. 
[P] Dif, M’Hamed; Baidokaite, Rita; Pranulyte, Jurgita; Spaniks, Louis. Funding and stakeholders roles in the development of apprenticeship: What can be learnt from the experience of other countries?
[P] Evans, Karen; Waite, Edmund. The challenge of establishing sustainable ‘basic skills’ provision: Organizational ‘strategies’ and individual ‘tactics’ (3000 word summary). 
[P] Fasching, Helga. Participation of women and men with intellectual disabilities in labour market policy measures. 
[P] Figueira, Eduardo. Relevance of entrepreneurship subject and issues in the Portuguese compulsory education. 
[P] Figueira, Eduardo; Rosa, Vitor; Koehnen, Timothy; Fragoso, António . Worker’s participation in training and SME’s competitiveness. 
[P] Henning Loeb, Ingrid. as the means of internationalizing VET teacher education. 
[P] Hodgson, Ann; Spours, Ken . Understanding and supporting school-to-work transitions: An ecological model. 
[P] Hughes, Lewis; Hughes, Libby. Social capital and VET – researching coupling of ‘want’ to ‘need’: An Australian comparison with Europe. 
[P]>PPT! Iller, Carola; Hippel, Aiga von; Freytag, Tanya; Buschle, Christina. Assignments and qualification of teachers in further education for early childhood educators: First results of the research project KoprofF (related to presentation by Freytag et al.). 
[P] Itkonen, Tuija. Intercultural competence of vocational educators in health and social care. 
[P] Kaletka, Christoph; Pelka, Bastian. E-Facilitators: Functional hybrids between ICT teaching and community management. 
[P] Kersh, Natasha; Guile, David. Recognition of tacit skills and prior learning: Capturing informal competences in relation to occupational areas. 
[P] Klotz, Viola; Winther, Esther. How to measure professional competency: An analysis of current assessment practices in commercial VET programs. 
[P] Kneževic, Božana. Competence assessment of baccalaureus students. 
[P] Kupper, Hendrik. An enactivist view on developing competence in vocational education. 
[P] Lagercrantz All, Katarina. Care and existence: Adult students in health and social care encounter with practice and conception of their education. 
[P] Martinez Villar, Alberto; Gutiérrez Pérez, José; Perales Palacios, Francisco Javier. European perspective and contributions to vocational education and training and environmental awareness, in the education for sustainable development context. 
[P] Moreno Herrera, Lázaro. A didactic for vocational education and training? – Critical exploration of the relation between general and subject didactics. 
[P] Moreno Marchal, Joaquín. Developing innovation competencies for organizations. 
[P] Nederstigt, Willem; Mulder, Martin. Competence-based education in Indonesia. 
[P] Nyen, Torgeir; Reegard, Kaja. Apprentice training in the public sector: The case of the health worker in Norway. 
[P] Ooms, Ann; Marks-Maran, Diane. The evaluation of support service provision to higher education students at two universities in the UK. 
[P] Räkköläinen, Mari. What do skills demonstrations reveal? The reliability and confidence in the assessment process of skills demonstrations in VET (summary paper). 
[P] Romero Rodríguez, Soledad; Alvarez Rojo,Víctor; Gil Flores, Javier. School-to-work transition: Career guidance’s needs among first year vocational training students. 
[P] Schindler Rangvid, Beatrice. The impact of academic preparedness of immigrant students on completion of commercial vocational education and training. 
[P] Smulders, Hester; Hoeve, Aimée; Meer, Marc van der. Co-makership! Linking VET and professional practice: Lessons from Dutch experience. 
[P] Trebbels, Marina. Formal and informal educational requirements for access to vocational education: Who is most affected by the mismatch?
[P] Vestergaard Louw, Arnt. What is professional VET-teaching? Empirical evidence of high quality VET-teaching in Denmark 2012 and the challenges to the teacher profession. 
[P] Xiang, Jifa. Educational returns inequality in urban China. 

Reference to papers (due to be) published elsewhere:

[Pub] Howieson, Cathy; Raffe, David. The paradox of Scotland: Limited credit transfer in a credit based system. CES Briefing, No. 60, September 2012 (The University of Edinburgh; Centre for Educational Sociology). 

ANNEX: PPT presentations

[PPT] Aprea, Carmela; Wuttke, Eveline. Alternative approaches for assessing financial literacy. 
[PPT] Arn, Christoph; Cattano, Alberto; Boldrini, Elena; Motta, Elisa; Sroka, Alicja. Using digital technologies to foster the connection between school and workplace learning. 
[PPT] Berglund,Ingrid; Lindberg, Viveca. Challenges for Swedish VET-teachers in upper secondary apprenticeship. 
[PPT] Breuer, Klaus. Exploring multiple conceptions of financial literacy. 
[PPT]>P! Freytag, Tanya; Buschle, Christina. Assignments and qualification of teachers in further education for early childhood educators: First results of the research project KoprofF (related to paper by Iller et al.). 
[PPT] Kämäräinen, Pekka. European research on work-based learning as educational strategy for 21st century: Approaches, transitions and developments. 
[PPT] Markowitsch, Jörg; Hefler, Günter. Showing (little) promise? – Understanding cross-countries differences in VET’s prestige and VET students’ career aspirations. 
[PPT] Navas, Almudena; Abietar, Miriam; Marhuenda, Fernando. VET provision to combat early school leaving: The case of Spain. 
[PPT] Ostendorf, Annette. Integrating the world of work into higher vocational schools in Austria: Concepts, current practice and future perspectives. 
[PPT] Sappa, Viviana; Aprea, Carmela; Pittich, Daniel; Tenberg, Ralf; Wirth, Karin. Perceived challenges of school-workplace connectivity in dual VET systems: Voices from Switzerland and Germany. 
[PPT] Wltavsky, Zdenka. Inclusive education for disadvantaged young people in Europe. 
[PPT] Wuttke, Eveline; Aprea, Carmela. Curricular conceptions of financial literacy. 

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