Workshop

Hard work and tight deadline for JustEd members

By on 30.05.2017 in Publications, Workshop
Hard work and tight deadline for JustEd members

This week 30 JustEd members from all five Nordic countries gathered in Hveragerði, Iceland, to work together on the upcoming special issue in the Education Inquiry. The Nordic Centre of Excellence ‘JustEd’ has conducted research in and across all the Nordic countries since 2013, and will summarize some of its important findings in the upcoming special issue. “The […]

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JustEd core members working on a special issue for the Education Inquiry

By on 03.03.2017 in Workshop
JustEd core members working on a special issue for the Education Inquiry

Approximately 30 JustEd members gathered in Helsinki for two intensive days to work on in total 8 articles for a special issue for the journal Education Inquiry. The articles in the special issue will gather the core of JustEd’s work. “The articles will focus on social justice issues in education in the Nordic countries, but […]

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New website will facilitate the inclusion of gender issues in teacher educations

By on 19.10.2016 in Workshop
New website will facilitate the inclusion of gender issues in teacher educations

“Something should be done for the teacher education, and this has been on the agenda for a long time. However, students still graduate without knowing anything about gender issues,” said Professor Emeritus Elina Lahelma, University of Helsinki, kick-starting the brainstorming session at the GENTE meeting in Helsinki 29–30 September. Elina leads the project Gender in […]

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Welcome to the Summer School “Cultures of Justice” in Gothenburg

By on 16.03.2016 in Calls, Workshop
Welcome to the Summer School “Cultures of Justice” in Gothenburg

The Centre is arranging a Summer School free of charge every year, and this year 25 PhD students and about the same number of Professors and Lecturers are gathering for an intensive course in Gothenburg 8–12 August. Bree Picower will give a keynote speak on the topic “Practice what you teach: social justice education in the classroom and the streets” […]

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DIVIDE gathers researchers focused on higher education

By on 06.11.2015 in Workshop
DIVIDE gathers researchers focused on higher education

”We’re here to discuss our interests, and how we can work together to create a shared agenda for the research in higher education,” says Ulpukka Isopahkala-Bouret. She has gathered interested researchers for a breakfast meeting in Helsinki. There’s anticipation in the air and filled coffee cups on the table. Ulpukka continues: “I also want to […]

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Workshop on the Protocol for Language Arts Teaching Observations (PLATO) for observing and coding video recordings

By on 22.06.2015 in Workshop
Workshop on the Protocol for Language Arts Teaching Observations (PLATO) for observing and coding video recordings

In 8-11 June, professor Kirsti Klette from the University of Oslo and Lindsay Brown from Stanford University organised a four day workshop about the use of the Protocol for Language Arts Teaching Observations (PLATO) for observing and coding video recordings. The workshop took place at the university of Oslo, and was lead by Lindsay Brown […]

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“A Nordic Model?” JustEd Summer School in Oslo in August 2015

By on 10.02.2015 in Workshop
“A Nordic Model?” JustEd Summer School in Oslo in August 2015

The second Nordic Centre of Excellence ‘Justice through Education’ summer school will be held in Voksenåsen, Oslo in August 17-21, 2015. The theme of this year’s summer school is ‘A Nordic Model?’ The Summer School will be composed of lectures by researchers combined with workshops where students will have the opportunity to discuss and develop […]

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PhD workshop on Cultural and Feminist Methodology in Educational Sciences

By on 11.06.2014 in Workshop

University of Helsinki, Faculty of Behavioural Sciences, 15-17 October 2014 (5 credits) This workshop provides PhD students with theoretical and methodological insights into cultural and feminist studies on education. The target of the studies is the (de)construction of differences (e.g. gender, class, ethnicity, sexuality, (dis)abilities) in education and the possibilities for educational equality. Students are […]

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Workshop: Bringing Critical Thinking into Life in the Academia

By on 23.08.2013 in Workshop

HOW TO BRING CRITICAL THINKING INTO LIFE IN THE ACADEMIA is an international and multidisciplinary year-long series of workshops providing a unique opportunity to gain new understanding and foster critical thinking in teaching and research in the Academia. The Workshop is built around enthusiastic, appraised and well-known guest lecturers who will provide presentations in various areas […]

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