The articles below comprise Volume 8, Number 1-2 of the IARTEM e-Journal, December 2016

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  • Ting Graf, Stefan & Carlsen, Dorthe. (2016). Systematic, digital student feedback for differentiated teaching. IARTEM e-Journal Volume 8 Number 1-2, 2-25.
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  • Watt, Michael G. (2016). The Common Core State Standards and the Role of Instructional Materials: a Case Study on EdReports.org. IARTEM e-Journal Volume 8 Number 1-2, 26-49.
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  • Medina, Ramón Martínez. (2016). La enseñanza de la Climatología en el cambio normativo LOE-LOMCE (España): una mirada a través de los Manuales Escolares de Educación Primaria. IARTEM e-Journal Volume 8 Number 1-2, 50-66.
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  • Picanço, Deise Cristina de Lima & Vailatti, Teurra Fernandes. (2016). As histórias em quadrinhos nos livros didáticos de francês destinados a crianças e adolescentes. IARTEM e-Journal Volume 8 Number 1-2, 67-96.
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2016-09-09-colombia_mikeThe Technical University of Pereira, Colombia, just hosted the second regional IARTEM conference in Latin-America with great success. More than 60 papers were presented by researchers from  Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Denmark, Nicaragua, Venezuela and Spain.

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Vale Mike Horsley

mike_200Our colleague and friend, the vice president of IARTEM and chief editor of the IARTEM eJournal, Mike Horsley, passed away last Friday, 2. September. Mike spent his life to the benefit of others, fellow researchers, friends, family and underprivileged pupils in Australia and on the Pacific Islands. When he was struck by cancer, he fought back going through a long sequence of operations and chemotherapy treatments. Even then he found time and energy to work for IARTEM and the dissemination of educational media research. Continue Reading »

The volume from the 2010 IARTEM conference in Montreal, Canada, “Representation of Minorities in Textbooks” can now be downloaded  as a pdf file.

The European Educational Publishers Group will host a conference about new trends in pedagogy in Berlin, Germany, 15–16 September.

Key topics: Student-centered learning and the new role of the teacher – What are the key factors for better learning? How can technology support teaching and learning?

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The program for the regional IARTEM conference in Colombia is now published at the conference page.

The Georg Eckert Institute for International Textbook Research (GEI) in Braunschweig, Germany will award several short-term fellowships for visiting researchers in 2017.
Application deadline: 1 September 2016.

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