About the Network

We are a new international group of researchers who are interested in research related to errors, failure and mistakes.

We are keen to connect with others who are interested in researching and understanding the impact of errors, failure and mistakes.

Our goal is to foster connections and facilitate discussions about the potential of failure research to enhance a broad range of outcomes across different learning contexts.

If you are interested in joining the network as a researcher, wish to get information about upcoming events or talks in this area, or are eager to get involved in research, we’d love to hear from you.

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 Errors as a Springboard for Learning: Towards a Theoretical Framework and Educational Implications

We are excited to announce that we have recently received 4 years of funding for an E-CER which will draw on different research perspectives related to mistakes and errors in order to develop a theoretical framework to conceptualise, analyse and promote the constructive use of errors, mistakes and failure for personal growth within error friendly learning environments.

We hope that by disseminating our theoretical framework and discussing its implications for good practice, we can draw attention to the critical importance of learning from errors and the strategies for attaining it.

To find out more about our E-CER  click here

If you would like to keep in touch and hear about this work please get in touch – see our contacts page.

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