ProTed arrangerer internasjonalt forskningsseminar der hovedtemaene er fremragende utdanning og utvikling av en kunnskapsbase for fremragende lærerutdanning.
- Aims, scope and realistic achievements for a Centre of Excellence
- The role of R&D in (teacher) education
- A knowledge base for excellence in teacher education – does it exist/what do we know?
Monday 18 March
Location: Undervisningsrom 1, Georg Sverdrups hus (The University of Oslo Library)
1200 Welcome. Presentations and lunch
1245 Introduction to ProTed. Rachel Jakhelln and Andreas Lund.
1330 Rewards and Recognition: Recognising Teaching Excellence: concept,
evidence and approach.
Dr. Caroline Stainton, Higher Education Academy (HEA), UK.
Comments: Kathrine Nesje.
1515 Some Personal Reflections of the Centres for Excellence in Teaching and
Learning Programme in England.
Professor Duncan Lawson, Director of SIGMA-Centre for Excellence in
Mathematics Education/Pro Vice Chancellor at Newman University.
Comments: Rachel Jakhelln/Andreas Lund.
1715 Tapas and drinks at «Klubben», Georg Sverdrup’s house (the library).
Tuesday 19 March
0900 Research, evidence, experience and opinion: A knowledge base for
excellence in teacher education - what do we know, how do we know it
and how do we use what what we know?
Professor Ian Menter, Department of Education, University of Oxford
Comments: Professor Mads Hermansen, Nordic School of Public Health
1045 Short break
1100 One attempt at integrating research, development and professional
learning: the case of the Oxford Education Deanery.
Professor Anne Edwards, Oxford University, Department of Education
Comments: Hannu Heikkinen, Senior Researcher, Finnish Institute for
Educational Research, University of Jyväskylä & Tor Vidar Eilertsen,
Department of Education, University of Tromsø
1245 Concluding remarks, followed by packed lunch