torsdag 7. juni 2018

researchED Scandinavia 2018 arrangeres i Malmö 22. september



Årets researchED Scandinavia blir arrangert i Malmö lørdag 22. september. Det vil bli en blanding av spennende foredrag, interessante diskusjoner og mulighet for å knytte kontakt med andre dyktige skolefolk.

Hele dagen vil handle om å hjelpe skoler til å komme nærmere hva forskning har å si om skole. Det kommer forelesere fra Norge, Sverige, Finland, Danmark, Nederland og Storbrittannia. Konferansespråket er engelsk.

ResearchED er en grasrotbevegelse ledet av lærere og pedagoger. Det startet i 2013 og de står bak en rekke arrangement. De har tre hovedmål:

  • To raise the research literacy of the education profession
  • To platform transformative research and challenge research of poor quality
  • To bring different education communities together than often have too few opportunities to do so.

Fullstendig talerliste og påmelding finner du her.

Også denne gangen er lista over talere imponerende:

René Kneyber
, Mathematics teacher, Delegate of the Royal Dutch Education Council
Harry Fletcher Wood, Associate Dean, Institute for Teaching, London
Gary Jones, Dr – independent researcher and consultant
Tom Bennett, Founder of researchED, UK Government Advisor on behaviour
Eva Hartell, PhD, Senior Lecturer and researcher, Haninge municipality and KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Alex Weatherall, Teacher, and developer for Teacher Tapp
Oliver Caviglioli, Ex-special school head, Visualiser of teaching concepts and processes, HOW2s creator, Napkin sketch and sketchnote enthusiast
Tine Sophie Prøitz, Associate professor, Buskerud and Vestfold University College
Paul A. Kirschner Prof dr, dr.h.c. / Open University of the Netherlands
Petteri Elo, Teacher Hiidenkivi comprehensive, Helsinki. Educational consultant
Kathrin Otrel-Cass, Professor, Faculty of Humanities, Dep. of Learning and Philosophy, Aalborg University
Bernard Andrews, Philosophy teacher at Caxton College, Valencia, Spain.
Anders Jönsson, Associate professor in Science Education Research, Kristianstad University
Ove Christensen, Educational Researcher @ University College Zealand
Clare Sealy, Primary head teacher, St Matthias Church of England School, London
Karin Berg, Lead Teacher, Schillerska gymnasiet, Göteborg
Jacob Möllstam, Teacher and ICT Development Manager, Jonsered’s primary school
Per Kornhall, PhD, author and consultant and researcher in educational matters
Christian Lundahl, Professor, School of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences, Örebro University
Lucy Crehan, Author, education explorer and international education consultant
Deep Ghataura, Teacher of Maths and Science, Heston Community School
David Didau, The Learning Spy
Lill Langelotz, PhD, Senior Lecturer Faculty of Librarianship, Information, Education and IT, University of Borås
Morten Sager, PhD, Senior Lecturer Theory of Science, Department of Philosophy, Linguistics and Theory of Science, University of Gothenburg
Mark S. Weiner, PhD, Author and researcher of legal history and constitutional law, Distinguished Fulbright Chair in American Studies, Uppsala University
Linda Sikström, Project Development Coordinator, Lead teacher primary level, City of Malmö
Daniel Prsa, Project Development Coordinator, Lead teacher secondary level, City of Malmö
Chris Brown, Professor Of Education, University of Portsmouth
Jens Ideland, Senior lecturer in collegial learning, City of Malmö
Marie Sjöblom, PhD Candidate in Mathematics Education, Malmö University, Senior lecturer in collegial learning, City of Malmö
Alex Quigley, Senior Associate: Research Schools, at the Education Endowment Foundation
Megumi Honjo, Associate Professor, Faculty of Education, Kanazawa University
Lars Mouwitz, Professor Emeritus at Linneaus University, Växjö
Pedro De Bruyckere, PhD Educational scientist, teacher & researcher
Trine Juul Røttig, Facilitator and process consultant of school practice and development
Margareta Serder, PhD, Head of Educational Research and Development, Local Authorities Association, Skåne
Elisabet Bellander, Lead teacher in Math and Natural Science at Universitetsholmens gymnasium, Malmö. Coo-partner in the KaMa action research project
Michael Blaesild, Lead Teacher in Construction work at Byggymnasiet, Malmö. Coo-partner in the KaMa action research project

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