1st ESAI Curriculum Studies Special Interest Group Research Conference
Mapping the Field of Curriculum Studies Research in Ireland
June 16th 09.00 – 14.00 in DCU All Hallows Campus
Conference is run by the ESAI Curriculum Studies Special Interest Group hosted by Dublin City University on June 16th.
Aimed at early career curriculum studies researchers who want a forum to share and discuss their work with others in the field.
Conference opened by Professor Anne Looney, the Executive Dean of the Institute of Education. Followed by parallel poster and paper sessions from early career researchers, PhD, EdD and Master’s students who are working in the area of curriculum.
Keynote is by Professor Daniel Alvunger curriculum researcher from Linnaeus University in Sweden. Daniel’s research interests are Education policy and curriculum making as social practice, The knowledge base and organisation of teacher education and Leadership theory (teacher leadership) and school development. His current projects include Digital Competence in Teacher Training in the Nordic Countries and Exploring the Elusive Teaching Gap – Equity and Knowledge Segregation in Teaching Processes.
Keynote will be followed by a panel session with experts in the field of curriculum research in Ireland.
There are two prizes of a bursary of 200€ each for the two best paper/posters to cover attendance at the ESAI conference in 2024.
To apply to present your research at the conference as a paper or poster presentation email firstname.lastname@example.org for instructions.