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Title: Learning Analytics: Driving Force or Hindrance for Learning and Education in the Future
Title: Computational Thinking and Computational Fluency: Past, Present, and Future
Title: Quality of Life in the context of ICT
Master Filipa de Sousa at the Department of Education will defend her dissertation "A Dialogic Approach to Game-Based Learning - The Role of the Teacher in Students’ Engagement with Ethics and Morality in Citizenship Education Using a Commercial Off-the-Shelf Videogame." for the degree of PhD.
Master of Philosophy Wills Kalisha at the Department of Education will defend the dissertation “'You have to wait.' A hermeneutic phenomenological exploration of unaccompanied minors waiting for asylum response in Norway" for the degree of Philosophiae Doctor.
Because of the coronavirus outbreak, we had to postpone the May 2020 conference celebrating what we have learned from Formation and Competence Building of University Academic Developers project. Instead, we are convening an online conference on 29 April 2021, and we look forward to seeing you on Zoom then.
Conference organized by the two UiO:Nordic projects “The Nordic Education Model” and “Living the Nordic Model”.
Master Joseph Odeke-Nato at the Department of Education will be defending the thesis Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in Teacher Education. Towards facilitating conducive learning environments for learners with visual impairment for the degree of Philosophiae docor.
Title: Ethics and Researching Young Children’s Digital Lives and Learning
Title: Researching the datafied child
Welcome to webinar organized by the University of Oslo, Department of Education, in collaboration with the Department of Education, University of Cyprus.
Master Caro Seland Kirsebom at the Department of Education defends her doctoral dissertation for the degree of PhD:
Will you be upset with me? Normativity, framing and complex educational address.
NB! Changed time for the disputation due to time zones.
Cand.Philol. Alf Gunnar Eritsland at the Department of Education will be defending his dissertation for the degree of Dr.Philos.:
With School as a Mission Field. The Norwegian Revival Movements focus on teacher Education 1890 - 1946.
Master Eli Tronsmo at the Department of Education defends her doctoral dissertation for the degree of PhD:
Local curriculum development as knowledge work: A study of collaborative epistemic practices in the teaching profession.
Cand.paed. Ellen Os at the Department of Education defends her doctoral dissertation for the degree of PhD:
Staff's mediation of peer-relations in early childhood education and care. A study of staff's contributions to interactions between children under the age of three.
Candidate Erling Framgard at the Department of Education will be defending his dissertation for the degree of Dr.Philos.:
Image and meaning production in an Investigative practice - an educational image practice.
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 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.
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.
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.