The NATEDs final conference will take place in Oslo 8th September 2016.

NATED ends in 2016, and in that regard we are hosting a closing conference in Oslo. Below you will find the conference program.

NATED has been a very important arena for educational research in Norway. The research school has helped provide candidates with excellent training with an international orientation. Candidates are thus well prepared for their future research careers. This bodes well for the future development of Norwegian educational research.

We would like to invite all present and former candidates and their supervisors to attend this conference. The conference is held on Thursday September 8th. The main objective of the conference is to communicate the results of NATED activities, particularly the research candidates have produced.

To achieve this, we want all candidates to make a poster where you briefly describe your project focusing on your most important research contributions.

To get an overview of the number of participants, we want feedback on whether you have an opportunity to participate.

The deadline for entries is August 8th.

NATED will cover travel expenses. We hope to see many of you in Oslo.

Program

Download the program (PDF).

10:00

Helga Engs Hus, Auditorium 2

Welcome

Director of the board, Professor Berit Karseth

10:05

Results of NATED

Director of NATED, Associate Professor Hans Christian Arnseth

10:30

The history of NATED and future challenges for PhD-training in the educational sciences
Professor Sten Ludvigsen, Department of Education, UiO

11:00

Research schools as instruments in National policies

Senior Advisor, Marianne Helstad Nalum, The Research Council of Norway

 

Results and experiences from the thematic tracks

11:15

Language deveopment, text comprehension and literacy (Track 1)

Educating researchers within the field of language learning and literacy

Professor Vibeke Grøver, Department of Education, University of Oslo

Early stuttering development, temperament and reactions to stuttering

Linn Stokke Guttormsen, PhD-student, Department of Special Needs Education, University of Oslo

Making sense of multiple texts

Leila Ferguson, Postdoctoral researcher, Department of Education, University of Oslo

12:00-13:00 Lunch
13:00

Teaching, learning and subject domains (Track 2)

Educating future researchers in the Field

Professor Kirsti Klette, Department of Teacher Education and School Research, University of Oslo

Redefining school literacy

Associate Professor, Marte Blikstad-Balas, Department of Teacher Education and School Research, University of Oslo

13:45

Educational leadership, school reform and education governance (Track 3)

Educating researchers in educational leadership, school reform and educational governance: ambitions, themes and activities

Professor Jorunn Møller, Department of Teacher Education and School Research, University of Oslo

«And what is your PhD project about?» - Networking from a PhD student’s perspective

Maike Luimes, PhD student, Department of Education, University of Oslo

PhD research topics and contributions within a comparative perspective

Associate Professor Kirsten Sivesind, Department of Education, University of Oslo

Reshaping teacher professionalism

Associate Professor Sølvi Mausethagen, Centre for the study of professions, Oslo and Akershus College of Applied Sciences

14:30

Higher education and professional Learning
(Track 4)

Contributions and achievements to the research field of higher education and professional Learning

Professor Monika Nerland, Department of Education, University of Oslo

The Room of Opportunity: Understanding how knowledge and ideas are constructed in multidisciplinary groups working with developing innovative ideas

Ingunn Johanne Ness, PhD student, Department of Education, University of Bergen.

Collaborative learning in higher education. Findings and implications for pedagogical designs

Crina Damsa, Postdoctoral researcher, Department of Education, University of Oslo

15:15-15:30 Coffee break
15:30

NATED in a Nordic and International perspective

Professor Roger Säljö, University of Gothenburg

16.15

Closing remarks

Associate Professor Hans Petter Ulleberg, Department of Education and Lifelong Learning, NTNU

17:00-20:00 Poster session and tapas