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The Nordic Comparative and International Education Society (NOCIES) and the research group Teacher Professionalism and Educational Change (TEPEC) at the University of Oslo invite to an open online seminar with keynote from CIES President-elect Professor Supriya Baily.
The SENSE seminar series aims to make sense of current issues and challenges in science teaching and learning. Guest lecturer in this seminar is Dr. Lilith Rüschenpöhler from the Ludwigsburg University of Education, Germany.
The SENSE seminar series aims to make sense of current issues and challenges in science teaching and learning. Guest lecturer in this seminar is Professor Hyunok Lee (Kangwon National University, Chuncheon, South Korea).
The ELE conference employs a broad definition of language education, aiming to bring together scholars working in different areas of the field. The conference is intended to reflect a variety of perspectives on language education (in terms of first, second, or additional languages) with learners of all ages.
Master Line Ingulfsen at the Department of Teacher Education and School Research will defend the dissertation "Doing representations: Exploring teachers’ and students’ collaborative sensemaking with visual representations" for the degree of PhD.
The Ninth Nordic Conference on Mathematics Education, NORMA 20 will take place in Oslo, Norway in June 2021. The conference is hosted by the Department of Teacher Education and School Research.
Master Camilla Gudmundsdatter Magnusson at the Department of Teacher Education and School Research will defend the dissertation "Lesedidaktiske praksiser i norskfaget på ungdomstrinnet. Læreres lesestrategiundervisning og tekstavhengige spørsmål – og elevers metakognitive kunnskap om egen lesing." for the degree of PhD.
Master Michel Alexandre Cabot at the Department of Teacher Education and School Research will defend the dissertation "Meaningful Grammar Feedback in English Writing Teacher Education" PhD.
MA Ingrid Miriam Rodrick Beiler at the Department of Teacher Education and School Research will defend the dissertation Multilingualism as a Resource in English Writing Instruction - Opportunities and Obstacles in Five Linguistically Diverse Classrooms in Norway for the degree of Philosophiae doctor.
Master of Philosophy Jennifer Maria Luoto at the Department of Teacher Education and School Research will publicly defend the dissertation Exploring, understanding, and problematizing patterns of instructional quality: A study of instructional quality in Finnish–Swedish and Norwegian lower secondary mathematics classrooms for the degree of Philosophiae doctor.
Master Mari Sjøberg at the Department of Teacher Education and School Research will defend the dissertation Teaching and learning through scientific practices in the laboratory in biology education. Exploring modelling through representation construction as scientific practice for the degree of philosophiae doctor.
Online conference: EELC8 will be livestreamed using Zoom.
The theme of the eighth biennial Explorations in Ethnography, Language and Communication conference is “Perspectives across disciplinary and political borders.”
Research project eInfrastructure for video research (eVIR) invites to its concluding conference "Shareable and Searchable: Video data between Open Access and Ethics Requirements".
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.
New opportunities for school.
Fosnot will speak about her work on division of fractions and early algebra and show video of her work.
CLEG welcomes you to this seminar with Dr. Julie Rowlands, Deakin University, Australia
This one day conference addresses the aim of the ACRAS project: to develop methods of culturally responsive assessment, which allow for differentiation and the contextualisation of learning in a culturally appropriate manner.
The conference is free of charge. Registration deadline September 21.
Being able to read and create a variety of multimodal representations (including verbal language, gestures, and a range of visual representations) is essential to participate in discourses involving science – for science specialists as well as for citizenship.
First Session: The Anthropocene. The reading group is open to all. Please note change of date.
A bilingual seminar with Odin Lysaker and Camilla Haugli Nybråten, with the participation of Nayla Naoufal organised by Challenges of Sustainability in Educational Research group.
This seminar presents two projects with a common focus on recent developments in the international trend of school reform: “Policy Knowledge and Lesson Drawing in Nordic School Reform in an Era of International Comparison” and “REFORMED - Reforming Schools Globally: A Multiscalar Analysis of Autonomy and Accountability Policies in the Education Sector”.
Professor Gert Biesta (Brunel University London) lectures in this seminar organized by research group Curriculum Studies, Leadership and Educational Governance (CLEG).
In this seminar Natalie Papanastasiou from the University of Amsterdam presents the emerging findings from a 2-year individual postdoctoral project. The seminar draws on political ethnography of a European Commission (DG-EAC) Working Group which develops best practices in the area of school governance, and consists mainly of national representatives from ministries of education across Europe.