Advanced Study Colloquium
An Advanced Study Colloquium (ASC) is a five-day meeting of a small group of EARLI members (12 to 20) who gather for an in-depth discussion on research design, analysis, results, current developments and future research questions in a specific domain of learning and instruction. The participants, from at least three different countries, are professors, each accompanied by up to two PhD student(s) or junior researchers. The meeting takes place in Europe.
Due to limited interest in this initiative in recent years, the Advanced Study Colloquium has been discontinued from 2018 onwards.
Social network analysis in the field of learning and instruction: Methodological issues and advances
Bridging the gap: Accuracy of student's and teachers' judgments
of students' academic achievement
Changing personal epistemologies in teaching and teacher education:
a focus on reflection and reflexivity
The Roles of Theory in Research on Learning and Instruction
In the eye of the learner.
Using eye tracking to design and evaluate education and training methods
Motivation to Learn in Social Contexts: Integrating Individual and Social Perspectives
Cognitive Neuroscience meets mathematics education
Research on cultural Differences and the Influence on Education
in Teaching and Teacher Education
The scientific scope of an ASC is to take stock of an established research domain or to open a new domain within the field of learning and instruction. In either case, an ASC is a meeting of senior and junior researchers where they explore new ground and focus on both the key issues and the methodological aspects. It is expected that an ASC will lead to an output that has substantial impact for research on learning and instruction.
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