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.
The Department of Special Needs Education is hosting an open seminar about the intersection of education, special needs education, and disability studies. The Department has invited two internationally leading figures in disability studies, Dan Goodley of Sheffield University and Simo Vehmas of the University of Helsinki, to discuss these and related issues.
Professor Esther Geva will give an open lecture on research findings with typically developing and at-risk second Language (L2) learners.
Methodological challenges and opportunities using videotaped observations of relationship
The Department is opening the academic year 2012-2013 with an inauguration ceremony where the Jonas prize for 2012 will be awarded.
"Learning from talking: The importance of discussion as a source of knowledge from kindergarten through secondary school".
Professor David L. Kirp will hold the lecture "Children First-policy" at the Department of Special Needs Education.
Professor Elliot Turiel will hold the lecture "Moral and Social Reasoning: The role of Social Opposition and Moral Resistance" at the Department of Special Needs Education.
The Department of Special Needs Education is celebrating its 5o-year anniversary this year and to mark this occasion the opening of the academic year 2011-2012 will be held in the University's Aula. The "Jonas" prize for 2011 will also be awarded during the opening ceremony.
A seminar with the launch of special ISP issue of "Spesialpedagogikk" journal is held on the occasion of the Department's 50th anniversary.
Professor II, Sue Buckley, gives an open lecture. It will be possible to ask questions after the lecture. Welcome!