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European Educational Research Journal

European Educational Research Journal

Vol.9, n°1, mars 2010

Thème : THE BOLOGNA PROCESS: help or hindrance to the development of European higher education?



* Alternative Educational Futures for a Knowledge Society, MICHAEL YOUNG
* Learning and Emotion: perspectives for theory and research, TINA HASCHER
* Introduction. The Bologna Process: help or hindrance to the development of European higher education?, Jani Ursin, Barbara Zamorski, Elinor Edvardsson Stiwne, Christine Teelken, Monne Wihlborg
* Higher Education and Employability of Graduates: will Bologna make a difference?, ELINOR EDVARDSSON STIWNE, MARIANA GAIO ALVES
* Employability and Finnish University Graduates, ANTERO PUHAKKA, JUHANI RAUTOPURO, VISA TUOMINEN
* Defining and Comparing Generic Competences in Higher Education, OUTI KALLIOINEN
* Third-Cycle Studies in Educational Sciences: expectations and competences development, MARIANA GAIO ALVES, NAIR RIOS AZEVEDO
* Rethinking the Research?Teaching Nexus in Undergraduate Education: Spanish laws pre- and post-Bologna, JOS? LUIS GONZ?LEZ GERALDO
* The Bologna Process and the Economic Impacts of Research and Development within the Context of Europeanization: the case of Finland, DRISS HABTI
* Reflecting on the Bologna Outcome Space: some pitfalls to avoid? Exploring Universities in Sweden and the Netherlands, CHRISTINE TEELKEN, MONNE WIHLBORG
* The School Building as a Pedagogical Space, Christine Mayer


http://www.wwwords.co.uk/eerj/content/pdfs/9/issue9_1.asp

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