The Role of Socio-Environmental Settings for Learning and Educational Attainment
16th Symposium: The Role of Socio-Environmental Settings for Learning and Educational Attainment
Held at the Studio of the Villa Bosch at Heidelberg,
from September 13, until September 16, 2017.
Watch now a talk given by Ulrike Gerhard and Michael Hoelscher:
"Educational Attainment in the Creative City. A Socio-Spatial Perspective."
Ulrike Gerhard is a professor at the Department of Geography, Heidelberg University (Germany). Visit her webpage here.
Michael Hoelscher is a professor at the Department of Higher Education and Research Systems, German University of Administrative Sciences Speyer (Germany). Visit his webpage here.
Watch now a talk given by Julia Nast:
"Organisational Neighbourhood Inequality. Or: How Schools work Differently in Different Neighbourhood Settings."
Julia Nast is a joint PhD candidate at the Berlin Graduate School of Social Sciences, Humboldt University Berlin, Germany and King’s College London, UK. You can visit her webpage here.
Watch now a talk given by Tim Freytag:
"Practices of Exclusion in Education? Experiencing the ‘Transition System’ in Germany."
Tim Freytag is a professor at the Department of Geography, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg (Germany). Visit his webpage here.
Watch now a talk given by Douglas Lee Lauen:
"Bringing the Full Picture into Focus: A Consideration of the Internal and External Validity of Charter School Effects."
Douglas Lee Lauen is an associate professor at the Department of Public Policy, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (USA). You can visit his webpage here.