Myths and Brands in Vocational Education, 2nd Conference on History of Vocational Education in Europe.
The 20th anniversary conference will take place in Tampere 14th-18th June, 2013. Abstracts, suggestions for panels, symposia etc. to Anja – anja.heikkinen(at)uta.fi – by 1st December, 2012, as email attachments (max 1 page, word or pdf).
Extended dead line 28.2. Announcements for chairs and discussants dead line 28.2.
to Anni-Riikka Kolehmainen, email@example.com.
Extended registration by 15.5. – see the section below. We will request a small fee of 50 euros from non-presenting participants.
Invitation and information
Call for Papers
Arrivals and departures
Marion Fleige et al.
Leena Lietzen et al.
Anja Heikkinen. Opening words: Myths and Brands
Anna Mazenod: A comparative contextualised account of apprenticeship for 16-18 year olds: the cases of England, Finland and France
Annukka Tapani: Teaching in Transition – Returning Back to Basics?
Antti Suvanto: Docendo discimus – or deschooling the society?
Burkhard Vollmers: The new Concept of Scientific Monitoring in Clusters of Model Projects – The Example of the BIBB-Funding Priority “Vocational Education for Sustainable Development” (BBnE)
Chiara Martinelli: Vocational schools and the world of work, a strange relationship. The history of Italian vocational tuition since 1861
Eeva-Maija Lappalainen: Social Challenges in Multicultural Vocational Education; Learning Crafts with Deep Myths and Contemporary Brand
Esther Berner: The Force of Conventions in VET Policy: The Case of Switzerland
Etsuo Yokoyama and Anders Nilsson: The company school – two case-studies from the shipbuilding industry
Fay Lundh Nilsson and Anders Nilsson: A century of perceptions about vocational education and training in companies, Sweden 1911-2011
Fernando Marhuenda: Vocational education and training in Spain – When politicians’ hands rock the cradle
Jari Laukia: Keorg Kerschensteiner (1854-1932) and development of Vocational school in Finland
JinSil Kim: Future Directions for strengthening the Qualitative Service of VET
through NCS in Korea
Kirsi Ahonen: Social, Gender and Age Perspectives on Finnish Unemployment Training 1920-2000
Lea Henriksson: Dilemmas of VET Teacherhood in Finland. This is Lea Henriksson’s part of the presentation of Lea Henriksson and Karin Filander.
Leena Lietzen, Johanna Lätti and Anja Heikkinen: Myth of a Finnish Superwoman
Liv Mjelde: Practice and Concepts in Vocational Education: Dual Models and Heritage of Georg Kerschensteiner in the Nordic Countries
Lorenz Lassnigg: The complex dynamics of change and reform in Austrian education and training
Lorenzo Bonoli: The origin of the private-public partnership in the Swiss VET system (between 1880 – 1930)
Manfred Wahle: Concepts of Vocational Education The Heritage of Georg Kerschensteiner and Aloys Fischer
Markus Weil: HE or VET? Why these labels do not stick
Matthias Vonken: Learning in ageing societies – an European comparison
Mikiko Eswein: Change of Japanese Vocational Education and Training towards a Market Model in the 1950s and 1960s
Oscar Graizer, Almudena Navas and Fernando Marhuenda: Discourses of vocational education – Knowledge at work and knowledge at VET
Perpetua Kalimasi: The Development of Vocational Education and Training in Tanzania: implications to education planning and policy
Philipp Gonon: The Culture of VET- Kerschensteiner as Brand and Myth
Richard Daly: Marketing Vocational Learning
Sirkku Ranta: Orders of Time in Upper Secondary Vocational Education
Sunghoe Lee: Korean women in the socio-historical and cultural contexts: Myths of branding ‘women resources development’
Virve Kallioniemi-Chambers and Mervi Friman: Roles of Stakeholders in Transition in Finnish Higher Education
Wycliff Edwin Tusiime: Integrating Indigenous Knowledge Systems (IKS) into Formal Vocational Education and Training (VET) Systems in Uganda: The Potential for Sustainable Development