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The research group CLEG welcomes you to an open lecture with Professor Helen Gunter, Manchester University, UK.
Presenter: Jaako Kauko, University of Helsinki
Presenter: Professor Silvia Gherardi, University of Trento
Presenter: Professor Ulrike Felt, University of Vienna
Presenter: Klemen Miklavic
Seminar with Professor Steven Brint, University of California - Riverside
Seminar with Professor Steven Brint from University of California, Riverside
Guest lecture with Professor Roger Säljö, University of Gothenburg.
Open lecture with post.doc Øystein Gilje, Department of Educational research
Guest lecture with Professor Carey Jewitt, Institute for Education, University of London.
Professor James A. Banks on why nation-states need to construct novel ideas about citizenship and citizenship education that accommodate new population groups but also foster national unity.
Presenter: Professor Henk Schmidt (Erasmus University Rotterdam)
Professor Margunn Aanestad, Department of Informatics, University of Oslo, on "Design in use: ICT as epistemic objects in hospitals"
The research groups FALK invites to an open guest lecture with Isa Jahnke, on the topic "Digital didactics".
Presenters are dr. Tatiana Fumasoli (Arena, HEIK), prof. Peter Maassen (HEIK) and prof. Åse Gornitzka (SV, HEIK)
Presenter: Jeroen Huisman, University of Bath, UK
Presenter is Nico Cloete, Centre for Higher Education Transformation (CHET), Cape Town, South Africa
Presenters in this seminar are Molly Sutphen (SF/USA), Ciaran Sugrue (Dublin/Ireland) and Tomas Englund (Örebro Universitet). Co-presenters are Tone D. Solbrekke (HEIK/UiO) and Thomas de Lange (HEIK/UiO)
The CHANGE research group and InterMedia invites to the guest lecture "Educational software and design continued in use", with professor Pierre Tchounikine from the University of Grenoble.
Presenter: Professor Berit Askling, Department of Education and Special Education, University of Gothenburg
Is academia becoming interdisciplinary? Or do disciplines still condition our research and teaching in profound ways? Is disciplinarity perhaps even an inherent operative mode of modern academia? If so, how and to what extent should our institutions provide for interdisciplinarity?
InterMedia invites to the seminar "Learning with and through representations – moving between the concrete and abstract! with professor Wolff-Michael Roth University of Victoria, British Columbia.
Curriculum, as distinct from the narrower term learning, is concerned with forming the person (values, dispositions, social relationships) as well as building capacities, abilities, achievements. In the past half-century global developments have significantly influenced national and regional curriculum activities on both fronts: by Millennial Goals and projects related to a ‘global citizen’; and by the pervasive influence of OECD-led assessments and rankings as authoritative measures of what is being achieved. At the same time, recent curriculum reforms in different countries suggest tensions in the resulting reforms: for example, a concern to build stronger national identifications in the context of global pressures; and a desire for new global ‘21st century skills’ coming up against audit culture conservative testing regimes, and the problem of what are the real foundations for knowledge today. The lecture will illustrate the tensions outlined by reference to the new national curriculum framework being developed in Australia
In this lecture Lyn Yates will discuss changing agendas of curriculum research over the last half century, and some of the theories and social movements that have been particularly influential over that time. She will give particular attention to the ways they have formed or challenges assumptions about knowledge and curriculum.