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University of Oslo and Chr. Michelsen Institute have collaborated with the Brookings Institution on two research projects - one conducted in Norwegian schools and one in developing countries - to better understand what skills young people require for the 21st century and how to equip them to adapt effectively to a changing world. The seminar will combine presentation of results from the two projects investigating 21st century skills with panels discussing policy implication and directions.
Master Christine Ijino Oyenak at the Department of Education defends her doctoral dissertation for the degree of PhD:
Decentralisation and Multiculturalism in the Sudan/ South Sudan. An Analysis of the Policy and Practice of Multicultural Education in Selected Public Primary in South Sudan.
Presenter in this seminar is Professor Teboho Moja from New York University (NYU).
Master Niri Talberg at the Department of Education defends his doctoral dissertation for the degree of PhD:
Young Poker players. Learning processes between education and stigmation.
Master Irina Engeness at the Department of Education defends her doctoral dissertation for the degree of PhD:
Learning and Teaching with Digital Tools: Insights for Learning Arising from the Cultural-Historical Theory.
Master Caroline Cruaud defends her doctoral dissertation for the degree of PhD:
The Playful Frame. Design and use of a gamified application for foreign language learning.
Presenter in this seminar is Professor Heidrun Allert, Head of the department of Media Education/ Educational Computer Sciences at the Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel.
Welcome to a seminar focusing on Cornelius Castoriadis´ significance for social philosophy and pedagogy.
Cand.polit. Eva Elisabeth Hessevaagbakke defends her doctoral dissertation for the degree of Ph.d.:
The characteristics of nurses’ pedagogical competence.
The research group MEDIATE invites you to an interesting talk by Professor Kevin Crowley, University of Pittsburg and UiO.
Welcome to this seminar with Barbara Emma Hof from The Department of Education, University of Zürich.
Master Jarmila Bubikova-Moan defends her doctoral dissertation for the degree of PhD:
Discursive portraits of language, literacy and learning: emerging bilinguals in Norway.
We are delighted to invite to an open lecture with Professor Marianna Papastephanou.
Presenters are Silvia Gherardi (University of Trento and Prof II University of Oslo), Bente Elkjær (Danish school of education, Aarhus University) and Mervi Hasu (ExCID, University of Oslo)
The lecture will be held by Professor Yunxiang Yan, University of California, Los Angeles.
Master Solveig Roth defends her doctoral dissertation for the degree of Ph.d.:
Title: Educational trajectories in Cultural worlds: An ethnographic study of multiethnic girls across different levels of schooling.
Cand.philol. Ingvill Krogstad Svanes defends her doctoral dissertation for the degree of Ph.d.:
Title: Teachers' instructional practices during seatwork in Norwegian language arts lessons
Mag.art. Vidar Grøtta defends his doctoral dissertation for the degree of PhD:
The transformation of humanities education. The case of Norway 1960 - 2000 in a systems-theoretical perspective.
PhD Per Hetland defends his doctoral dissertation for the degree of Dr.Philos.
Friday 12 May 2017 at 10.15 o'clock, Lecture Hall 2, Helga Engs Building, Blindern
Title of dissertation:
Rethinking the Social Contract between Science and Society: Steps to an Ecology of Science Communication.
Ph.D. Per Hetland's disputation lasts for two days with trial lectures over self-elected and prescribed topic on Thursday 11 May at 12.15 - 15.00 and disputation on Friday 12 May at 10.15. Place: Auditorium 2, Helga Engs Building, Blindern
Presenter is professor David Gijbels, University of Antwerp.
Cand.polit. Jan Erik Dahl defends his doctoral dissertation for the degree of Ph.d.:
Digital annotation: An empirical and conceptual study of an emerging medium for communication and learning.
Presenter in this seminar are Laurent Cosnefroy, Ecole normale supérieure de Lyon/Institut français de l’éducation, France
Presenter: Professor Nico Cloete
The seminar is led by Professor Nico Cloete.
Welcome on behalf of the research group Curriculum Studies, Leadership and Educational Governance (CLEG) and the Department of Education.