16th Biennial EARLI Conference for Research on Learning and Instruction

25-29 August 2015

The European Association for Research in Learning and Instruction (EARLI) conference is one of the largest and most important educational research conferences at European level and worldwide. It is an excellent opportunity to be updated on research about learning and teaching approaches related to educational and other learning environments.

The 16th Biennial Conference of the will take place in Limassol, Cyprus at the Cyprus University of Technology (CUT) from the 25th to the 29th of August 2015.

The theme of the EARLI 2015 conference is “Towards a Reflective Society: Synergies between Learning, Teaching and Research”. The EARLI 2015 theme addresses the emphases of the conference on research-based learning and instruction, while highlighting the crucial role of the systematic investigation of learning and teaching as a mechanism for promoting innovative and creative thinking and sustaining long-term societal growth.

Reflective citizenship lies at the heart of contemporary societies. The 21st century calls for a redefinition of the forms of knowledge, skills and competences that are necessary for the advancement of our societies. While the focus on basic skills and the need for disciplinary knowledge cannot be ignored, there is a need to work individually and collectively towards increasing the reflective capacity of our societies. This means that different stakeholders, such as learners of different ages and stages, teachers at all levels, and researchers need to focus on being reflective in their practices and need to synchronize efforts, so that we can all reach the ambitious goal for education as an integral and productive force of an innovative modern society

For more information please visit the EARLI 2015 website.

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