Welcome to an interesting hour with professor Anne Kovalainen, University of Turku, Finland.
Welcome to this open research seminar with Dr. Nick Peim, University of Birmingham. UK. The seminar explores the resources available from philosophy and theory that can be practically applied to any educational research project.
Master Tamar Kalandadze at the Department of Special Needs Education defends her doctoral dissertation for the degree of PhD:
Making Sense of the Word and the World: Figurative Language Comprehension in Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
The Faculty of Educational Sciences has the honour of inviting this semester’s Master Degree Candidates to the Graduation Ceremony.
Final Seminar/Sluttlesning for Melaku Tesfa Tesema
Master Nani Teig at the Department of Teacher Education and School Research defends her doctoral dissertation for the degree of PhD:
Scientific inquiry in TIMSS and PISA 2015. Inquiry as an instructional approach and the assessment of inquiry as an instructional outcome in science.
Welcome to PhD day at the Faculty of Educational Sciences
Master Sverre Tveit at the Department of Education defends his doctoral dissertation for the degree of PhD:
Policy Legitimation of Educational Assessment Reforms. The Cases of Norway and Sweden.
Master Veerle Garrels at the Department of Special Needs Education defends her doctoral dissertation for the degree of PhD:
Promoting self-determination for adolescents with mild intellectual disability. Validation of a self-determination measure and evaluation of an educational intervention.
EQOP PI Henrik Daae Zachrisson spends the academic year of 2019-2020 as visiting Fulbright Professor at Boston College to launch the EQOP project. Together with EQOP investigator, Professor Eric Dearing of Boston College and University of Oslo, he is organizing a colloquium series at the Lynch School of Education and Human Development.
Open-mindedness is a virtue highly valued in educational contexts. However, does open-mindedness imply a tendency to reject firm beliefs? To embrace any idea? This seminar points to the need for qualified arguments. Also, to the ways in which open-mindedness may require synergy with other intellectual virtues if our aim is to promote a just and open society.
Master Rachel Sweetman at the Department of Education defends her doctoral dissertation for the degree of PhD:
Exploring the enactment of learning outcomes in higher education: Contested interpretations and practices through policy nets, knots, and tangles.
Master Jørgen Smedsrud at the Department of Education defends his doctoral dissertation for the degree of PhD:
Mathematically gifted adolescents in Norway: Exploring mathematically gifted adolescents' experience with the school system in Norway.
Dr. Amy Hsiao visits CEMO as part of an Erasmus+ mobility exchange. During her stay she will present some of the work she is currently involved with at Tilburg University
Welcome all to this open lecture with professor David F. Labaree, Stanford University, USA.