LEA's research and training network provides seminars and training sessions on specific occasions. Topics include international large-scale assessments, data analysis, and academic writing.
The next ECER addresses topics around 'Education in an Era of Risk – the Role of Educational Research for the Future'. Besides, it includes presentations of current research in educational sciences in general.
The 8th IRC addresses issues surrounding the measurement, reporting, and evaluation of differences in the IEA's international large-scale studies. "The differences that make a difference" is the theme for the conference in 2019.
The research group LinCon hosts an open seminar "Betydningen av sosial bakgrunn og fattigdom for barns læring: Mekanismer og tiltak". Monica Melby-Lervåg, Henrik D. Zachrisson, Arne Lervåg, and Eric Dearing will present their latest research on the relation between socioeconomic factors and skills in the areas of language, reading, general cognition, and school achievement.
This year's OECD Methodological Conference focuses on the comparability of questionnaire scales across countries and brings to attention existing approaches to measurement invariance testing. The conference highlights promising developments to establish cross-country comparability in international large-scale surveys.
The Association for Educational Assessment-Europe hosts an annual conference on current topics surrounding educational assessment. This year's topic reads: "Building Bridges to Future Educational Assessment".
The Northern Lights Conference 2018 presents findings from two key large-scale studies, PISA and TIMSS. The joint Nordic report "Northern Lights on TIMSS ans PISA" forms the basis for all presentations and is officially published during the conference.