SERA 38th Annual Conference
Widening Horizons: Scottish Research in a Global Context
Final date for submission of abstracts: 14th June 2013 (communication of acceptance of contributions: on or before 12th July 2013)
Booking for the Conference must be completed by the 28th of October, 2013.
The annual conference of the Scottish Educational Research Association this year is an opportunity to reflect on how, in a globalising world, education has an increasing responsibility to prepare children, young people and lifelong learners to flourish as individuals and to contribute meaningfully to local, national and international communities.
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The 2013 SERA conference, to be held in Glasgow, will be inviting researchers working in Scottish and international research contexts to share their insights in a three-day conference under the theme “Widening Horizons - Scottish Research in a Global Context”
Wednesday 20th November 2013
- Opening day – Widening Horizons – Linking Research, Policy and Practice across Scotland
- Keynote address by Mike Russell, Scottish Government
- Evening lecture delivered by Prof. Guy Claxton: Implementing a Curriculum for Excellence Is Vital, Difficult and Possible: Hard Lessons from Around the World
Thursday 21st November 2013
- Day 2 - Widening Horizons - Linking research, policy and practice internationally
- Keynote lecture delivered by Prof. Graham Donaldson
Friday 22nd November 2013
- Day 3 – Widening Horizons - Scottish Research in a Global Context
- Keynote lecture delivered by Prof. Ian Menter.