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See detailHow does research evaluation impact educational research? Exploring intended and unintended consequences of research assessment in the United Kingdom, 1986–2014
Marques, Marcelo UL; Powell, Justin J W UL; Zapp, Mike UL et al

in European Educational Research Journal (2017)

Research evaluation systems in many countries aim to improve the quality of higher education. Among the first such systems, the UK's Research Assessment Exercise (RAE) from 1986 is now the Research ... [more ▼]

Research evaluation systems in many countries aim to improve the quality of higher education. Among the first such systems, the UK's Research Assessment Exercise (RAE) from 1986 is now the Research Excellence Framework (REF). Highly-institutionalized, it holds research(ers) accountable. While studies describe the effects at different levels, this longitudinal analysis examines the gradual institutionalization and (un)intended consequences from 1986 to 2014. First, we analyze historically RAE/REF's rational, formalization, standardization, and transparency, framing it as a strong research evaluation system. Second, we locate the multidisciplinary field of education, analyzing submission behavior (staff, outputs, funding) of Departments of Education over time. We find: decreases in submitted staff; the research article as preferred publication format; the rise of quantitative analysis; and high and stable concentration of funding among few Departments. Policy instruments invoke varied responses, wit such reactivity shown by the increasing selectivity of submitted staff as a form of reverse engineering and the research article as the preferred output as a self-fulfilling prophecy. The funding concentration manifests an intended consequence, facilitating greater disparities between Departments of Education. These findings emphasize how research assessment impacts the structural organization and cognitive development of educational research in the UK. [less ▲]

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See detailAvaliação e Aprendizagens. Évaluations et Apprentissages. Actes du Colloque de l'ADMEE-Europe
Cavaco, Carmen; Alves, Natália; Dierendonck, Christophe UL et al

Book published by IEUL (2016)

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See detailPolíticas de combate ao insucesso e abandono escolar numa perspetiva de género na União Europeia e Portugal - da inexistência à desarticulação
Guimarães, Paula; Marques, Marcelo UL

in Cavaco, Carmen; Alves, Natália; Guimarães, Feliciano (Eds.) Abandono e Insucesso Escolar - Construir uma Perspetiva de Género (2015)

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See detailEducação de Jovens e Adultos em Portugal e no Brasil: Políticas, Práticas e Atores
Alves, Natália; Rummert, Sonia; Marques, Marcelo UL

Book published by IEUL (2014)

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See detailFinding and tracing the effects of governance processes in the New Opportunities Initiative: an outline
Marques, Marcelo UL

in International Journal of Lifelong Education (2014), 33(3), 290-308

Based on a Globally Structured Agenda for Education, this article presents the construction of the New Opportunities Initiative in Portugal. Thus, it analyses the relationship between the European Union ... [more ▼]

Based on a Globally Structured Agenda for Education, this article presents the construction of the New Opportunities Initiative in Portugal. Thus, it analyses the relationship between the European Union and the Portuguese State with regard to the construction of this programme, identifying for this purpose the effects of governance processes. Through an analysis of Education and Training 2010 Program and New Opportunities Initiative documents, issued between 2000 and 2010, the strengthening of the discursive rhetoric based on a utilitarian and instrumental perspective of adult education and the incorporation of the principles of new public management in the field of education can be shown. In Portugal, the New Opportunities Initiative not only reflects these trends but also gives rise to a new way of constructing policies in the field of adult education. [less ▲]

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See detailProceedings of Local Change, Social Actions and Adult Learning: Challenges and Responses. ESREA Network on Between Global and Local: Adult Learning and Development
Marrocos, Laura; Bruno, Ana; Rodrigues, Sandra et al

Book published by IEUL (2014)

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See detailEducation and Training Courses in Portugal: another kind of schooling?
Alves, Natalia; Guimarães, Paula; Marques, Marcelo UL et al

in SGEM2014 Conference Proceedings (2014)

Positive educational discrimination measures arose as a way to overcome the effects produced by the meritocratic principle of equal access opportunities, but not of equal success opportunities. Education ... [more ▼]

Positive educational discrimination measures arose as a way to overcome the effects produced by the meritocratic principle of equal access opportunities, but not of equal success opportunities. Education and Training Courses launched in 2002 school year in Portugal are an example of this kind of educational policy measures. They aim at fighting school failure and dropout, allowing insertion into active life. Based on an online survey answered by 356 youngsters attending these courses an analysis of their social and educational attributes, the changes in their schooling process and in the relation they establish with knowledge was achieved. [less ▲]

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See detailStrangers in the Classroom? Learning ways of being and teaching in Education and Training Courses in Portugal
Alves, Natália; Marques, Marcelo UL; Guimarães, Paula et al

in SGEM2014 Conference on Psychology and Psychiatry, Sociology and Healthcare, Education, Volume: Vol. 2 (2014)

This paper discusses the social representation and the teacher identity in Education and Training Courses, one of the most discredit and stigmatized educational provision in Portugal which aims to combat ... [more ▼]

This paper discusses the social representation and the teacher identity in Education and Training Courses, one of the most discredit and stigmatized educational provision in Portugal which aims to combat school failure and dropout. For this purpose we interviewed 10 teachers of Education and Training Courses on three public schools in Lisbon. The findings show that teachers shared a positive social representation despite raised major problems on the functioning and on the attributes of student population. This positive view of Education and Training Courses is due to the emotional linkage that re-shapes the teacher identity and challenges the professional role and practices on a daily basis. [less ▲]

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See detail“School Means Nothing to me”. Vocationalism and School Disaffiliation in Education and Training Courses in Portugal
Alves, Natália; Guimarães, Paula; Marques, Marcelo UL et al

in Procedia Social and Behavioral Sciences (2014)

Education and Training Courses for young people have assumed great relevance in the Portuguese education system. Aimed at fighting school failure and dropout these courses fall within the compensatory ... [more ▼]

Education and Training Courses for young people have assumed great relevance in the Portuguese education system. Aimed at fighting school failure and dropout these courses fall within the compensatory education framework policies. Based on interviews, an analysis of the students attending Education and Training Courses, school pathways, experiences and representations on how this form of provision was achieved. Data collected pointed to a general feeling of disaffiliation towards school, seen as a necessary evil, as well as the understanding of Education and Training Courses as the last chance to conclude the 9 th year of basic education. [less ▲]

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See detailIs Adult Education and Training Policy (1999-2011) in Portugal based on a Dilemma? The Critical Construction of the Employable Learner
Guimarães, Paula; Alves, Natália; Cavaco, Carmen et al

in Procedia Social and Behavioral Sciences (2014)

The concepts of competences and employability have been oftenly used in educational policy discourses. They have been based on a category, the employable learner both in the European Union and Portugal ... [more ▼]

The concepts of competences and employability have been oftenly used in educational policy discourses. They have been based on a category, the employable learner both in the European Union and Portugal. This paper set out to discuss how is the adult learner constructed within adult education and training policy, that is, under two programmes launched since 1999 in Portugal within the European Union's lifelong learning guidelines. A qualitative and interpretative approach was preferred for this paper. Two national policy discourses were subjected to content analysis. The conclusions state an ambiguous understanding of the employable learner. [less ▲]

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See detailHigher Education in Portugal in the Last Decades: Old Trends, Recent Challenges
Almeida, António; Alves, Natália; Marques, Marcelo UL et al

in SGEM2014 Conference Proceedings (2014)

In this paper we analyze the evolution of Higher Education in the last three decades and the effects of the recent Portuguese economic crisis, officially started at 2011 with the intervention of ... [more ▼]

In this paper we analyze the evolution of Higher Education in the last three decades and the effects of the recent Portuguese economic crisis, officially started at 2011 with the intervention of International Monetary Fund, European Central Bank and European Commission. Based on the statistical data produced by national and international organizations we show that the process of “massification” of higher education in Portugal is late compared with other European countries – it only started in the middle eighties - and it did not question the elitist character of this educational level. We also argue that the present economic crisis may contribute to strengthen it elitist character. [less ▲]

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See detailPolíticas de Educação e Formação de Jovens e Adultos no dealbar do século XXI - instituições e atores
Alves, Natalia; Marques, Marcelo UL

in Alves, Natália (Ed.) Educar e Qualificar: Reflexões em torno da Iniciativa Novas Oportunidades (2013)

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See detailAtas do VI Seminário Luso-Brasileiro Educação, Trabalho e Movimentos Sociais – das políticas às lógicas de ação
Alves, Natália; Cavaco, Carmen; Guimarães, Paula et al

Book published by IEUL (2013)

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See detailQuadros de regulação nos Cursos de Educação e Formação: dos modos de funcionamento ao (des)ânimo docente
Marques, Marcelo UL

in Alves, Natalia (Ed.) Educar e Qualificar: Reflexões em torno da Iniciativa Novas Oportunidades. (2013)

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See detailOs CEF são um tumor que corrói os tecidos sãos das escolas onde estão implantados” – os CEF na blogosfera
Alves, Natália; Marques, Marcelo UL; Canário, Rui et al

in Educar e Qualificar: Reflexões em torno da Iniciativa Novas Oportunidades. (2013)

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See detailPositioning Portugal in the European Education Space - the end(less) path to modernization.
Marques, Marcelo UL

in Ünlühisarcikli, O.; Güvercin, G.; Seçkin, O. (Eds.) et al Positioning and conceptualizatizing adult education and learning within local development (2013)

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See detailO Programa Novas Oportunidades numa agenda globalmente estruturada para a educação.
Marques, Marcelo UL; Alves, Natália

in Revista Perspectiva (2013)

Este artigo apresenta uma análise crítica da criação e implementação da mais emblemática medida política para o campo de jovens e adultos pouco escolarizados em Portugal: o Programa Novas Oportunidades ... [more ▼]

Este artigo apresenta uma análise crítica da criação e implementação da mais emblemática medida política para o campo de jovens e adultos pouco escolarizados em Portugal: o Programa Novas Oportunidades. Recorrendo à proposta de Roger Dale sobre a agenda globalmente estruturada para a educação, discutiu-se a fabricação desta medida a partir de um cenário de regulação transnacional. Através da análise documental de um conjunto de documentos europeus e nacionais entre o período de 2000 e 2010 para o campo da educação de jovens e adultos, verificou-se que Programa Novas Oportunidades é consequência de um fortalecimento do processo de regulação das políticas educativas, levado a cabo pela União Europeia. Este fortalecimento resultou na construção de um programa político para o campo da educação de jovens e adultos em Portugal que comunga não só das mesmas ideologias instrumentais para a educação da União Europeia, como de uma gestão tecnocrática das políticas educativas, assente na procura de resultados. [less ▲]

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