The philosophy of education research seminar

The philosophy of education research seminar is held approximately once per month; Thursdays 14:15-15:45.

 

Programme autumn 2021

26th August: Alejandro Alvelais: Active Learning in Higher Education: an attempt at a critical evaluation

16th September: Pål Anders: On pedagogy

14th October: Robert Isaksen: Om kritisk realisme og læring

18th November: Anna Maria Stenseth: Utdanningspolitikk og det rurale Norge

9th December: Morten Bartnæs: Fra første skoledag til evighetens perspektiv: Narrativer om utvikling i læreplantekster fra 1925 til 2020

 

Programme spring 2021

14th January: Morten Bartnæs: Sammenheng og selvreferensialitet i norske læreplantekster fra 1939 til 2019

11th February: Jens Breivik: Hva snakker vi om når vi snakker om digitalisering? Skisse til søknad om stipendiatstilling

11th March: Anne Lise Bakke og Veronica Bergan: På hvilken måte har kohort-organiseringen i en barnehage i Norge påvirket barns vennskap under covid-19-pandemien?

8th April: Hilde Brox: Skaperglede i engelskfaget

6th May: Tatiana Wara: Majoritetsinkluderende perspektiver som tilnærming til normkritisk pedagogikk - Analyse av russiske kvinnelige migranters fortellinger om deres 8. mars feiringer i Norge

10th June: Joakim Berg Larsen: Steps Towards a Revised Concept of Bildung

 

Programme autumn 2020

27th August: Joakim Berg Larsen: Gernot Böhme's Aesthetic Capitalism and Bildung

24th September: Robert Isaksen: Some personal reflections on white working-class epistemology, and what this may mean for higher education

15th October: Marc Fabian Buck (Guest researcher from Universität Hamburg): Phenomenological perspectives on media education [with an emphasis on embodied and social aspects]

12th November: Pål Anders Opdal: Some Notes on Learning

10th December: Astrid Strandbu: Idrett som danningsarena

 

Programme spring 2020

22nd January: Pål Anders Opdal: What is Generic in ‘Generic Competence’?

18th March: Cancelled due to the Korona pandemic

22nd April: Cancelled due to the Korona pandemic

20th May: Morten Bartnæs: Toerforbindelser i «Overordnet del» av Læreplanverket for Kunnskapsløftet 2020

10th June: Cancelled

 

Programme autumn 2019

14th August: Joakim Berg Larsen: Danning gjennom veiledning

4th September: Morten Bartnæs and Mariann Solberg: Two papers for the conference «Reclaiming Study Practices» in Leuven 18.-20. September

30th Oktober: Torill Strand: Om Peirce som pedagogisk filosof

18th Desember: Andrew Kristiansen: Pedagogikk og emosjoner

 

Programme spring 2019

23rd January: Morten Bartnæs: Dannelse i norsklæreplanene

13th February: Nils Christian Tveiterås: Skolen og elevenes digitale hverdagsliv; Mobilhotell og digital kompetanse

13th March: Kjersti Fjørtoft: Citizenship Education and Multiculturalism in Democratic Liberal Societies

10th April: Tim Dassler: Rollespill og kritisk tenkning: Hvordan bruke rollespill for å engasjere elever i en filosofisk samtale

15th May: Pål Anders Opdal: Formative assessment: Attempt at a Chararcterization 

12th June: Anne Lise Bakke: Livssynsmangfold og inkludering i barnehagen- for hvem?

 

Programme autumn 2018

5th September: Jens Breivik: Toulmin’s argument model used to analyze critical thinking in online discussions – construct validity

3rd October: Pål Anders Opdal: Adjusting a Mechanism to respond: Wittgenstein on Education 

5th December: Eli Vibeke Eriksen: (Title to be announced)


Programme spring 2018

31st January: Guests: Torjer Olsen, Kjersti Fjørtoft, Hilde Sollid: Indigenous Citizenship and Education (ICE)

14th March: The main members convene for an internal seminar

4th April: Bent-Cato Hustad: Strategic School Development - knowledge form within or knowledge from outside 

2nd May: Hilde Brox: Om lærerstudenters forståelse av teknologi

6th June: Jonas Jakobsen: Religiøs nøytralitet i skolen i pluralistiske samfunn


Programme autumn 2017

16th August: Morten Bartnæs: Om populisme

6th September: Mariann Solberg: Quality in Master- and Ph.d.-supervision: Academic Bildung trough Supervision?

4th October: Andrew Kristiansen: The teacher-learner relationship in heterogeneous settings. A counter-hegemonic approach.

1st November: Pål Anders Opdal: On Formative Assessment: A Critical Analysis

6th December: Jens Breivik: Frameworks to assess critical thinking and argumentation in online discussions – a discussion about validity / Part of a workshop with researchers from the University of Bergen


Programme spring 2017

18th January: Pål Anders Opdal: Om generell kompetanse i norsk høyere utdanning

1st March: Morten Bartnæs: Nietzsches "Om våre dannelsesinstitusjoners fremtid" 

5th April: Astrid Strandbu: Danning som sentralt teoretisk begrep i lærerutdanningen trinn 8-13?

3rd May: Kristin Emilie W. Bjørndal: Om verdsetting av nyutdannede masterlæreres kompetanse 


Seminar guidelines:

  • Presenting texts of different genres and forms, and in different degrees of completeness is allowed. Make sure they are appropriate for the reader in terms of scope.
  • The text must be made available on the Monday prior to the seminar.
  • The presenter may request particular types of feedback, and after an initial round of comments the presenter decides whether there will be more feedback or discussion. The presenter may also ask for prepared counterarguments from individual participants beforehand; in such cases the group should be informed when the text is distributed.
  • Those providing feedback are encouraged to emphasise the texts’ strengths prior to pointing out their weaknesses. Focus your feedback and keep it timely.

PhD students are prioritized in terms of holding presentations in the seminar.