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Event Details

The Institute for Education is organising an Education Research Week dedicated to the research carried out by the first cohort of course participants, who graduated with a Master’s Degree with the Institute for Education in 2021.


The Institute for Education is not only proud of their accomplishment but also wishes to celebrate their achievement, give their research the visibility it deserves, and facilitate its dissemination to educators, policy makers and the interested public. We hope that the recommendations emanating from the research will prove fruitful in instilling a constructive debate on the further development of the education sector in Malta.

Programme

The Education Research Week will be held from 10th-14th January 2022 with each day being dedicated to a different theme to give the diversity of research conducted by course participants during 2021 adequate visibility.


The Education Research Week will be held virtually as a live stream via the Institute for Education’s Facebook Page.


For more updates regarding this event, click here. Participation is free of charge and open to the public.

 

Date / Time

Theme

10 January 2022; 4pm

Wellbeing

11 January 2022; 4pm

Inclusion

12 January 2022; 4pm

Multiculturalism

13 January 2022; 4pm

Professional Development

14 January 2022; 4pm

Curriculum and Technology Enhanced Teaching and Learning

 

Malta Journal of Education

Just like the Education Research Week the second issue of the Malta Journal of Education in 2021 was also dedicated to Education Research 2021. It showcases the research carried out by the first cohort of course participants, who completed their Master’s Degree with the Institute for Education in 2021. The articles included in this issue outline the key findings of the research carried out by the course participants. You may access the journal and the individual articles through this link.

 

Editorial Board

The members of the Editorial Board have assisted the Institute for Education supporting the course participants included in the second issue of the Malta Journal of Education in 2021 in developing the key findings of their dissertation into a journal article. The members of the Editorial Board of this issue of the Malta Journal of Education were:​

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  • Amanda Bezzina
  • Giambattista Bufalino
  • Maria Montebello
  • Heathcliff Schembri
  • Nadia Maria Vassallo