Together with the Nordic Council of Ministers, IEA will host a 90-minute informational webinar on 31 March 2022 at 1:30 pm CET to share further information about the new call.
This event will also serve as an opportunity to address any questions from interested researchers. The new call for research proposals is aimed at creating a report based on secondary analysis of IEA data on science and mathematics from the IEA TIMSS with an emphasis on the results from the Northern European countries, Denmark, Finland, Norway, Iceland, and Sweden. This report is a cooperation between IEA and the Nordic countries through the Nordic Council of Ministers and will be a follow-up of the Northern Lights report series based on Nordic cooperation in large-scale international studies.
See the full Call here.
Agenda: Please note all timings are in Central European Summer Time (CEST)
1:30 pm: Welcome words and speaker introductions by Sini Keinonen, Senior Advisor for the Nordic Council of Ministers, Secretariat, Department of Knowledge and Welfare.
1:35 pm: Introduction to the call by Hjalte Meilvang, Special Advisor for the National Agency for Education and Quality.
2:00 pm: Overview of the Research for Education Series with Leslie Rutkowski, Professor of Inquiry Methodology at Indiana University.
2:30 pm: Q&A moderated by Seamus Hegarty, IEA’s Publications and Editorial Committee Chair.
3:00 pm: End.
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To attend, register for the webinar here.