Programme

 

QUINT PhD Summer Institute 2022

Monday 6 June

19.30

Buses from Reykjavik centre to the conference venue
Meeting point: Reykjavik Central bus station (BSI)

20.30-22.00

Supper/Night snack

Tuesday 7 June

08.00-09.00

Registration

Place: Hotel reception         

09.30-11.30

Keynote presentation | Studying core practices for project-based learning

Professor Pamela Grossman, Dean of the Graduate School of Education at the George and Diane Weiss Professor of Education at the University of Pennsylvania.

Room: Aðalgerði

11.30-12.30

LUNCH

Room: Glæsigerði

12.30-14.30 Parallel paper sessions - PhD papers

12.30-14.30

1 A | Teaching quality in mathematics education

Room: Stjórnargerði

Discussants: Berglind Gísladóttir & Anna Kristin Sigurðardóttir,
University of Iceland

12.30-14.30

1 B | Teaching quality in L1 and L2 education

Room: Þinggerði

Discussants: Nikolaj Elf, University of Southern Denmark & Camilla Magnusson, University of Oslo

14.30-15.00

BREAK

15.00-18.30

QUINT Coding workshop
(upon prior registration, deadline expired on 27 March) - full information

Rooms: Þinggerði, Stjórnargerði, Ráðgerð, Sáttagerði

19.30-21.00

Reception (informal) + QUIZ (QUIZ master QUINT PhD Fellow Peter Aashamar)

Room: Aðalgerði

Wednesday 8 June

09.00-10.30 Parallel paper sessions - PhD papers

09.00-10.30

2 A | Actor perceptions of teaching quality

Room: Þinggerði

Discussants: Michael Tengberg, Karlstad University & Thomas I. Hansen, UCL University College Denmark

09.00-10.30

2 B | Teaching quality in teacher education & professional development

Room: Stjórnargerði

Discussants: Inga Staal Jenset,
University of Oslo & Birna Svanbjörnsdóttir, University of Akureyri

10.30-10.45 BREAK

10.45-12.00

Keynote presentation | Tradeoffs in the assessment of teaching: Validity considerations across common measurement modes

Professor Courtney Bell, Director of the Wisconsin Center for Education Research, University of Wisconsin – Madison

Room: Aðalgerði

12.00-13.00 

LUNCH

Room: Glæsigerði

13.00-14.45

3 A | Analyzing teaching quality through observation

Room: Þinggerði

Discussants: Kirsti Klette & Mark White, University of Oslo

13.00-14.45

3 B | Quality aspects in assessment, social science education & professional development studies

Room: Stjórnargerði

Discussants: Torben Christensen,
& Ane Qvortrup, University of Southern Denmark

15.30-17.00

Guided tour "Hotsprings walk"
Requires prior registration, clothes after weather and comfortable shoes

On this tour, we will show you Hveragerði with a fun and easy walk guided by a true local guide, who grew up on the area and will be able to point out interesting facts and the geological history of the area and show you how the people have been living with the hotsprings for the past 100 year. We will show you a new geothermal area where you witness a range of hot springs from small gurgling ones to vibrant super-heated pools of water and steam. We will boil some eggs in one of the many hot springs and eat bread that has been baked in a hot spring for 24 hours.

Meeting point: in front of the hotel

17.00-19.00

QUINT project meetings: QUICC (Ráðgerð), QUISST (Aðalgerði), QUALE (Sáttagerði, LISA Nordic (Þinggerði), Connected Classrooms (Stjórnargerði)

Free night

QUINT Conference 2022 

Thursday 9 June

08.00-09.00

Registration

Place: Hotel reception        

09.00-11.00

Conference opening QUINT Centre Director Professor Kirsti Klette

Keynote presentation | Classroom observation: what is wrong and how can we fix it?

Professor Daniël Muijs, Dean of the School of Education and Society at Academica University of Applied Sciences

Room: Aðalgerði

11.00-11.15 BREAK
11.15-12.15 Parallel paper sessions

11.15-12.15

4 A | Teaching quality in different contexts/classroom realities

Room: Þinggerði

Chair: Mark White, University of Oslo

11.15-12.15

4 B | Subject & content-specific aspects
of teaching
quality

Room: Stjórnargerði

Chair: Nikolaj Elf, University of Southern Denmark

11.15-12.15

4 C | Teaching
quality across
subjects
& classrooms 

Room: Aðalgerði

Chair: Astrid Roe, University of Oslo

12.15-13.00 

LUNCH

Room: Aðalgerði

13.00-14.30

5 A | Theorizing
and measuring
teaching
quality

Room: Þinggerði

Chair: Anna Kristin Sigurðardóttir, University of Iceland

13.00-14.30

5 B | Investigating teaching quality in social science education

Room: Stjórnargerði

Chair: Michael Walkert, Karlstad University

13.00-14.30

5 C | Quality Literature
Education (QUALE) Symposium

Room: Aðalgerði

Chair: Marie Nilsberth, Karlstad University

14.30-15.00 BREAK

15.00-16.00

Invited Panel Debate: Icelandic policies on teaching quality

A panel debate on how good teaching practice is interpreted and implemented in Iceland. Panel participants include representatives from Icelandic Ministry of Education and Children, Teacher Union, local authorities working with education and teachers

Detailed information and names of the participants (link)

Moderator: Professor Kirsti Klette, University of Oslo
Room: Aðalgerði

16.15

Group photo of conference delegates

Place: to be announced

19.30

Conference Dinner (Formal or Casual Elegant)

Musical performance by the local artist Unnur Birna Björnsdóttir

Room: Glæsigerði

Friday 10 June

09.00-10.30

6 A | Theories, instruments & empirical approaches to understand aspects of quality teaching

Room: Þinggerði

Chair: Jennifer Luoto, University of Oslo

09.00-10.30

6 B | Developing quality in teacher education and professional
development

Room: Stjórnargerði

Chair: Kirsti Klette, University of Oslo

 

    09.00-10.30

    6 C | Content-specific
    analysis of teaching quality: approaches
    & instruments

    Room: Aðalgerði

    Chair: Anna Slotte, University
    of Helsinki

    10.30-10.45 BREAK
    10.45-12.00 

    LISA Nordic session | Standardized instruments and observation manuals as lenses into teaching quality: findings from Nordic classrooms using student perception surveys and the PLATO manual

    Room: Aðalgerði

    Discussant: Pamela Grossman, University of Pennsylvania

    Chair: Kirsti Klette, University of Oslo/QUINT

    • Paper 1: Standardized observation manuals as lenses into teaching quality: findings from Nordic classrooms using the PLATO manual (Kirsti Klette et al.)
    • Paper 2: Student perceptions as indicator of teaching quality: A report from Finnish, Icelandic, Norwegian, and Swedish lower secondary classrooms (Michael Tengberg et al.))
    • Paper 3: Researching teaching quality in Icelandic compulsory classrooms: findings and dilemma (Hermína Gunnþórsdóttir et al.)

    12.00-13.00 

    LUNCH

    Room: Glæsigerði

    Departure

     

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