Autumn schools of the research cluster "Language Education and Multilingualism"

The Autumn schools are organized by the coordination office and are aimed at young researchers of the research cluster and, depending on the availability, young researchers of the research field “Language education and multilingualism” in general. In the following, you can find an overview of the preceding events:

 

4th autumn school

September 12-13, 2018, in Hamburg

On the first day, junior researchers were able to present their data and to discuss with peers as well as experts in two parallel workshops on qualitative and quantitative methods. On the second day Shosh Lesehm (Oranim College of Education, Israel) addressed important aspects of a doctoral thesis in her presentation “Doing the Doctorate”.

 

3rd autumn school

September 20-21, 2017, in Hamburg

The first day was dedicated to the requirements of writing a doctoral thesis. Vernon Trafford (Anglia Ruskin University and longtime trainer of doctoral students within the EERA) examined "the nature of doctorateness" and what it means to think "like a researcher". On the second day, Susannah Ewing-Boelke conducted a workshop on"Academic Writing in English".

 

2nd autumn school

Oktober 28-29, 2015, in Hamburg

The aim of this autumn school was to provide skills training for junior researchers in terms of both academic qualifications and networking. Participants got to take part in a training session on presentation skills for academics. In addition, parallel workshops on qualitative and quantitative research offered the opportunity for participants to present their own work and to gain feedback from experts as well as from one another.

 

1st autumn school

November 5-6, 2014, in Hamburg

The theme of the first autumn school was “Scientific work on language education and multilingualism”. Vernon Trafford (Anglia Ruskin University and longtime trainer of doctoral students within the EERA) and Shosh Leshem (Oranim College of Education, Israel) started the session with their presentation “Making thinking visible through writing your thesis”. Afterwards, two parallel workshops on qualitative and quantitative research were conducted. The second day consisted of further workshops and presentations on scientific publishing.