Researchers from the JOBSTEM team will be taking part in this year's ECER conference, entitled "Leading Education: The Distinct Contributions of Educational Research and Researchers", that is taking place at the University College Dublin, 22-26 August 2016. ECER – European Conference for Educational Research – is the most prestigious European conference in the field, organized by the European Educational Research Association, which brings together scientists from a wide array of countries with the goal of promoting high-quality research in education and acknowledging the transnational contexts in which it is embedded, with its social, cultural and political differences.
A group of our researchers
have prepared an interesting presentation of a paper which seeks to examine the
level of self-competence beliefs in STEM school subjects and explore the
relationship between self-competence beliefs and school achievement in these subjects,
with a special focus on Mathematics.
Short summary of main findings
STEM Team: Josip Burušić; Dubravka Glasnović Gracin; Marija Šakic Velić; Ina Reić Ercegovac; Mia Karabegović; Mirta Blažev.
Find out more about the conference here.