December 05, 2022 | Frederick de Moll is now professor at the University of Bielefeld
Frederick de Moll (Fellow of Cohort III) is now professor at the Institute of Education at the University of Bielefeld.
November 18, 2022 | CIDER-LERN Conference 2022
The CIDER-LERN Conference 2022 took place from Nov 7-9, 2022, at the University of Luxembourg, and was attended by 54 educational researchers.
For the CIDER-Fellows, the Conference started on Monday with a stimulating Welcome Talk by Aigul Alieva, who informed about the history and projects of the Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research, LISER. Afterwards, the winners of the CIDER Public Science Award 2022 were presented (see news section).
On Tuesday, the CIDER Fellows were joined by additional researchers from the LERN-network and other (inter-)national research institutions. The day started with an inspiring Key Note by Dave Baker from Penn State University on “The Cognitive Impact of the Education Revolution”, followed by paper sessions, in which the participants presented and discussed their own work. In the afternoon, a joint trip to the pretty town of Esch-sur-Alzette was undertaken, where two guided tours offered interesting information on the history of Esch. The evening was completed by a delicious dinner at the Kulturfabrik Esch.
The Conference ended with a lively plenum discussion on Wednesday, in which four CIDER Fellows from different cohorts discussed the subject “Educational Research and Societal Crisis” on the basis of a stimulating Input presentation by Anna Vignoles (Leverhulme Trust). Finally, the Conference participants were invited to join the LuxEra Opening speech given by Justin Powell from the University of Luxembourg.
See the conference’s program here.
We hope all participants left Luxembourg with new ideas and impressions and are already looking forward to the upcoming CIDER events in 2023!
November 18, 2022 | CIDER III Public Science Award 2022
Congratulations to Miriam Schwarzenthal for winning the CIDER Public Science Award 2022! Her podcast “(Re-)Searching Diversity” convinced the Jury by the relevant subject and the excellent realisation.
The 2nd prize was awarded to Mathias Huebener for his “FamlienMonitor Corona”.
Henning Hermes won the 3rd prize for his project “Kita for all“.
The Jury was very impressed by the high quality of all submissions and congratulates the three winners and all participating fellows to their excellent Public Science Projects!
June 9, 2022 | CIDER III Public Science Award 2022 CfP
An increased scholarly awareness of Public Science is a central part of CIDER’s mission. With the CIDER III Public Science Award 2022, we would like to give a platform to your ongoing Public Science activities. The Award aims at honouring projects which have the objective of either communicating scientific results to the general public or generate research questions and designs that contribute to solve practical problems faced by educational practitioners (e.g. teachers, educators, politicians, parents etc.).
You can find detailed information in the call for proposals here.
Participation is restricted to CIDER III Fellows only.
May 19, 2022 | CIDER Spring Workshop 2022 in Frankfurt
This year’s CIDER Spring Workshop 2022 took place from May 4th – May 5th, 2022 at the DIPF I Leibniz Institute for Research and Information in Education. All Fellows were very happy to meet face-to-face again in Frankfurt.
The workshop focused on “Open Science”, which was addressed by a variety of formats. In Lisa Spitzer’s (ZPID) workshop, Fellows had the opportunity to deal with pre-registration of scientific studies theoretically and practically. In Annie Brookman-Byrne’s (Jacobs Foundation) workshop, they were invited to give science writing for a wide audience a try. Tom Hardwicke of the University of Amsterdam gave a stimulating keynote presentation on transparency in research, while Julia Rohrer of the University of Leipzig focused her keynote on transparent communication strategies of study objectives. Anika Duveneck from FU Berlin gave an input on opportunities and challenges of transfer between research and professional practice, and Julia Beitner from Goethe-University complemented the program with information on the Frankfurt Open Science Initiative.
Besides, several CIDER 3-Micro Groups took the opportunity to present and discuss their research projects with other CIDER Fellows and Seniors. In a round table format, Fellows from Cohorts I and II shared their experiences on career-related topics with current Fellows.
The program was completed by a guided tour through Frankfurt’s infamous “Bahnhofsviertel” and a joint dinner on Thursday evening.
Please find the detailed Workshop program here.
Now our Fellows are looking forward to meet again at the CIDER LERN Conference 2022 in November in Luxembourg (please find the Call for Papers here).
May 19, 2022 | Miriam Schwarzenthal is now junior professor at the University of Wuppertal
Miriam Schwarzenthal (Fellow of Cohort III) is now junior professor at the School of Education at the University of Wuppertal.
May 19, 2022 | Nicolas Hübner is now junior professor at the University of Tübingen
Nicolas Hübner (Fellow of Cohort III) is now junior professor at the Institute of Education at the University of Tübingen.
October 13, 2021 | CIDER-LERN conference 2021 in Berlin
This year’s CIDER-LERN conference was organized by the German Institute for Economic Research (DIW Berlin) and the German Center for Higher Education and Science Studies (DZHW) in collaboration with the Leibniz Education Research Network (LERN) and the CIDER Coordination Team and took place from October, 07-08th 2021 at the Leibniz Office in Berlin.
The conference focused on the topics of early education and care, educational transitions as well as higher education. To the great pleasure of all participating fellows, this conference was the first opportunity for CIDER Cohort 3 to meet face-to-face since the kick-off workshop 2019 in Kiel. Besides paper and poster presentations, the program included keynotes by Ariel Kalil from the University of Chicago and Richard Arum from the University of California. In addition, the participants had the opportunity to discuss research funding opportunities with representatives of the German Research Foundation (DFG), the European Research Council and the Jacobs Foundation in a plenary discussion. A dinner cruise on the Berlin Spree completed the program.
Please find the conference program here.
October 13, 2021 | Annabell Daniel is now professor at LMU Munich
Annabell Daniel (Fellow of Cohort III) is now professor for pedagogy with a focus on empirical education science at the LMU Munich.
July 7, 2021 | CIDER-LERN Conference 2021
The next CIDER-LERN Conference takes place on October 7–8, 2021 in cooperation with the German Institute for Economic Research (DIW Berlin) and the German Center for Higher Education Research and Science Studies (DZHW) in Berlin.
Topics of the event will be related to the following research areas:
- Early Education and Care
- Higher Education
- Transitions into and from school
Currently the conference is planned on site in Berlin. The organization will follow a strict hygiene protocol complying the rules and restrictions valid in October 2021. Due to the unpredictable development concerning the Covid-19 situation, the planning in Berlin is conditional and may be rescheduled to a virtual format at any time. In case the situation requires a change of the conference format, participants will be informed immediately.
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, we are unfortunately forced to restrict the number of participants on site in Berlin. Therefore, only presenting authors and CIDER III Fellows are allowed to attend the conference. We regret this restriction very much, but given the current situation, we hope for your understanding. In case the conference is rescheduled to a virtual format, additional participants will be admitted.