Membership in International Organizations

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International Organization Description
AERA The American Educational Research Association, a national research society, strives to advance knowledge about education, to encourage scholarly inquiry related to education, and to promote the use of research to improve education and serve the public good.
ISER The International Society for Engineers and Researchers is a scientific society dedicated to the promotion of international education and university cooperation in the field of Science, Engineering and Technology. Through the organization of different international events, it brings together institutions, bodies and organizations from different countries of the world for discussion and cooperation.
WERA The World Education Research Association is an association of national, regional, and international specialty research associations aimed at advancing education research as a scientific and scholarly field.
DGFE The German Educational Research Association (GERA) is an association for educational researchers active in teaching and research. The association was founded in 1964 and currently has around 3,000 members. GERA aims to promote study, research and education in the area of educational theory and science. Its wide-ranging work is mainly carried out through GERA’s 13 divisions and 19 subdivisions and manifests itself in publications, meetings and a joint congress, which takes place every two years.
BERA BERA is a membership association and learned society committed to advancing research quality, building research capacity and fostering research engagement. BERA aims to inform the development of policy and practice by promoting the best quality evidence produced by educational research.
ICSEI International Congress for School Effectiveness is a well-known international organization with members from 80 countries. It was established in 1988. Annual congress meeting takes place in a different country each year.
ISATT International Study Association of Teachers and Teaching was founded in October 1983 at a Symposium for Research on Teacher Thinking at Tilburg University, The Netherlands. The Association’s aim is to increase insights into the identity, role, contexts and work of teachers, and the process of teaching. Therefore, the key goals of ISATT are to enhance the quality of teaching at all levels of education and to act as a forum to promote, present, discuss and disseminate research findings which contribute to knowledge and the formation of theory in this field.
EAGT European Association for Gestalt Therapy was established in 1985 in order to bring together researchers in the field of Gestalt psychotherapy. More than 50 organizations across the world are the members of EAGT.
IKA International Korczak Association. The goal is to raise awareness and deepen understanding of Korczak philosophy, inspiring and encouraging reflection and action on personal, local and global levels.