Speakers 2015

The speakers are well-established experts in the fields of research, policy, administration or practice.

Here you’ll find the speakers of the Symposium 2015. The speakers of the Symposium 2017 will be announced starting November 2o16.

 

Keynote Speakers 2015

Ainscow, Prof. Mel, University of Manchester, England

Index for Inclusion

Arnz, SiegfriedSenate Administration for Education, Science, and Research of Berlin, Germany

Lessons Learnt from the Symposium*

Böttcher, Prof. Dr. Wolfgang, University of Münster, Germany

Educational Quality and Equality: an Overview of the Contributions and Discussions in the Parallel Program*

Bruniges, Dr. Michele, Secretary, Department of Education and Communities, New South Wales, Australia

State Reforms to Improve Equal Opportunities

Buchmann, Prof. Dr. Marlis, University of Zürich, Switzerland

Educational Inequality and Equity: Social Challenges*

Ekholm, Prof. Dr. Mats, University of Karlstad, Sweden

LLongitudinal Perspectives on Success and Shortcomings of School Improvement

Gunter, Prof. Dr. Helen, University of Manchester, England

Governance and School Management: Possibilities and Limitations

Helmke, Prof. em. Dr. Andreas, University of Koblenz-Landau, Germany

Ensuring the Quality of Teaching through Criteria-based Diagnostics, Collegial Exchange and Student Feedback*

Herzog-Punzenberger, Dr. Barbara, University of Linz, Austria

Huber, Prof. Dr. Stephan Gerhard, University of Teacher Education Zug, Switzerland

Educational Quality and Equality in Education: Overview and Insight into the Theme of the Symposium*

von Ilsemann, Cornelia, Free Hanseatic City of Bremen (retd.), Germany

Lessons Learnt from the Symposium*

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Piccoli, Adrian, Ministry of Education, New South Wales, Australia

 

State Reforms to Improve Equal Opportunities

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Pont, Beatriz, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)

 

Perspectives of the OECD on Educational (In)justice

Rolff, Prof. em. Dr. Hans-Günter, University of Dortmund, Germany

Equal Opportunites and Equity: Friends or Enemies? Empirical and Socio-philosophical Perspectives*

Seashore Louis, Prof. Dr. Karen, University of Minnesota, USA

Leadership for Equity: Caring for All Our Children

Zimmerli, Prof. Dr. Walther Christoph, Humbold-University of Berlin, Germany

Strategic Reflections on Educational Justice and Equity*

* Lecture in German, simultaneous translation will be provided.

Further Speakers 2015

Aas, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Marit, University of Oslo, Norway

Altrichter, Prof. Dr. Herbert, University of Linz, Austria

Amstad, Heinz, Departement of bridging program of the Canton Zug, Switzerland

Baumann, Peter, Association of School Leadership Switzerland

Bolli-Schaffner, Prof. Ursula, Zurich University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland

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Brühlmann, Jürg, Association of Teachers Switzerland

ChristophBürkli

Bürkli, Prof. Christoph, Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Switzerland

Capaul, Prof. Dr. Roman, University of St. Gallen, Switzerland

Crawford, Prof. Dr. Megan, University of Plymouth, England

Day, Prof. Christopher, University of Nottingham, England

Dempster, Prof. Dr. Neil, Griffith University, Australia

Eriksson, Prof. Dr. Brigit, University of Teacher Education Zug, Switzerland

Fluckiger, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Bev, University of Brisbane, Australia

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Gertsch, Bernhard, Association of School Leadership Switzerland

Gubler, Dr. Martin, Schwyz University of Teacher Education, Switzerland

Halbert, Dr. Judy, Vancouver Island University, Canada

Hameyer, Prof. em. Dr. Uwe, University of Kiel, Germany

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Hansen, Dr. Hanja, University of Teacher Education Schaffhausen, Switzerland

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Helmke, Dr. Tuyet, University of Koblenz-Landau, Germany

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Herzog, Prof. Dr. Silvio, Schwyz University of Teacher Education, Switzerland

Hopkins, Prof. em. David, University of London, England

Hug, Prof. Margot, University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland

Ursula-Huber

Huber, Ursula, profilQ – Professionalization through Quality Development in Schools (an Initiative of the LCH and the VSLCH), Switzerland

Iberer, Dr. Ulrich, Ludwigsburg University of Education, Germany

Johanson, Prof. Dr. Greer, Griffith University, Australia

kansteiner-Katja

Kansteiner, Prof. Dr. Katja, University of Education Weingarten, Germany

Kaser, Dr. Linda, Vancouver Island University, Canada

Keller, Dr. Martin, University of St. Gallen, Switzerland

Frido_Koch

Koch, Frido, School Wädenswil, Switzerland

KohlstockBarbara

Kohlstock, Barbara, Zurich University of Teacher Education, Switzerland

KonstantinidisElena

Konstantinidis, Elena, Association of open Services of Child and Youth Work Switzerland

Kuratle, Regina, Departement of Education of the Canton Basel-Stadt, Switzerland

López-Yáñez, Assoc. Prof. Julián,  University of Seville, Spain

Marti, Urs, Youth and Economy, Switzerland

Moos, Prof. Lejf, Aarhus University, Denmark

Nicolaidou, Dr. Maria, Centre for Educational Research and Evaluation, Cyprus

Josef_Oberneder

Oberneder, Prof. Dr. Josef, University of Education Upper Austria

Sánchez-Moreno, Prof. Marita, University of Seville, Spain

SassenscheidtHajo

Sassenscheidt, Dr. Hans-Joachim, Institute of Teacher Training Hamburg (retd.), Germany

Thierstein, Christof, University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland

Törnsén, Dr. Monika, Umeå University, Sweden

Walker, Prof. Allan, The Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong

WeberAgnes

Weber, Agnes, CAS Educational Governance, Switzerland

West, Prof. Mel, University of Manchester, England

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Wolters-Vogeler, Gudrun, Association of School Leadership Germany

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Zemp, Beat W., Association of Teachers Switzerland