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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.
Welcome all to this open lecture with professor David F. Labaree, Stanford University, USA.
Welcome all to this open lecture with Dr. Rebekka Horlacher, University of Zurich.
Welcome all to this open lecture with Professor Daniel Tröhler, University of Vienna / University of Oslo.
Welcome all to this open lecture with Dr. Tyler Watts, New York University.
Welcome all to this open lecture with Professor Cybele Raver, New York University.
Presenter in this seminar is Hanni Muukkonen, Professor in Educational Psychology, Faculty of Education, University of Oulu, Finland.
Welcome to this open seminar with Professor Helen Gunter, University of Manchester, UK.
Welcome to an interesting hour with Professor Sara de Freitas.
The Learning, Motivation, and Well-Being -research group is hosting an open guest lecture by professor Lars-Erik Malmberg (Oxford University, UK) on intraindividual research on students’ learning experiences.
The Learning, Motivation, and Well-Being -research group is hosting an open guest lecture by professor Lars-Erik Malmberg (Oxford University, UK) on the use of multilevel structural equation modeling.
Professor Julian Sefton-Green, and commentators, will give a talk about the new book Learning beyond the School.
Welcome to open lecture with Professor Marianna Papastephanou. Introduction by Professor Torill Strand, comments by Professor Inga Bostad.
Feel free to join this open lecture with Professor Allison Littlejohn from The Open University in the UK.
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.
Presenter in this seminar is Professor Teboho Moja from New York University (NYU).
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.
Welcome to this seminar with Barbara Emma Hof from The Department of Education, University of Zürich.
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.
Presenter is professor David Gijbels, University of Antwerp.
Presenter in this seminar are Laurent Cosnefroy, Ecole normale supérieure de Lyon/Institut français de l’éducation, France
Presenter: Professor Nico Cloete