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Trends in Vocational Education and Training Research, Vol. II. Proceedings of the European Conference on Educational Research (ECER), Vocational Education and Training Network (VETNET)

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Trends in Vocational Education and Training Research, Vol. II. Proceedings of the European Conference on Educational Research (ECER), Vocational Education and Training Network (VETNET)

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Editorial We are delighted to present the 2023 edition of the VETNET ECER proceedings, titled 'Trends in Research on Vocational Education and Training', Volume VI. This year, we are particularly excited to be able to welcome all colleagues to Glasgow, three years after the scheduled ECER 2020 conference in this very city had to be cancelled due to the challenges posed by the Covid-19 pandemic. In the present circumstances, communities worldwide continue to face various societal challenges, including those stemming from the enduring impact of Covid-19, the refugee crisis and military conflicts affecting different parts of the world. These challenges underline, more than ever, the role of education and lifelong learning in addressing contemporary global issues. The conference theme, „The Value of Diversity in Education and Educational Research“, captures the complexities of educational research, policy and practice during these uncertain times and emphasises the need to encourage and maintain societal dialogue while acknowledging the multifaceted dimensions of diverse communities and cultures. The Vocational Education and Training Network (VETNET), as a research community, continues to contribute to the cross-cultural dialogue by exploring and sharing research on topics related to Vocational Education and Training (VET), its intersections with other sectors and diverse ways of learning and working. We are proud to present this year’s proceedings. All papers in this volume are based on double-blind peer-reviewed abstracts that were accepted for presentation at the ECER 2023. Final papers were commented by VETNET board members, who also supported authors in revising and refining their contributions. The papers in this edition offer a platform for sharing and discussing fresh research perspectives on VET-related developments across different countries around the world. The impact of the social challenges of the past years is evident in the topics discussed within this compilation of papers. The discussion covers a wide range of topics exploring both recent and historical developments in VET, delving into the complex interdependencies between social, economic and political trends within modern society. The papers engage with both innovative and traditional methodological approaches to VET research and address socially significant issues related to policy and practice within and beyond VET, aligning with the broader research priorities of VETNET, which include: Comparison of VET cultures and Governance of VET systems Qualification frameworks, competence assessment Teachers’ and trainers’ professional development Careers, transitions and guidance & counselling Work-based learning, partnership of learning venues Social issues in VET and social impact of VET provisions Pedagogic support by digital media The significance of addressing the learning needs of individuals through VET, lifelong learning, career support, and inclusion is a recurring theme in this edition. The multidimensional nature of placing the individual at the centre of learning is continuously emphasised within this volume, particularly through exploring the complexity of VET, lifelong learning and work-related learning through the lens of different disciplines, diverse theories, and fresh perspectives. We are delighted to be able to offer this highly stimulating compilation of papers and hope that the key themes, discussed in this edition, will foster international dialogue, mutual learning, and ongoing collaboration both during and after the conference. We are grateful to all contributors for their invaluable contributions to this volume, which once again, underscores the international scope and interdisciplinary nature of our network. We hope that this edition will capture the interest not only of our VETNET community but also a wider audience. Finally, we extend a warm welcome to both our existing and new members! Dr Natasha Kersh, VETNET board member IOE, UCL's Faculty of Education and Society Dr Christof Nägele, VETNET chair/link convenor of VETNET University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland, School of Education Professor Dr Barbara E. Stalder, VETNET chair/link convenor Bern University of Teacher Education

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