JustEd members dissaminates research at NERA 2017

Many JustEd members will present their research at the upcoming Congress of the Nordic Educational Research Association (NERA) 23–25 March in Copenhagen, Denmark. The theme of the conference is ‘Learning and education –material conditions and consequences’. Below is a list of JustEd members who will present.

Thursday, session 1

8. Gender and Education

Research on gender and education in the Nordic countries – reflections from a history of 40 years, Professor Emerita Elina Lahelma, University of Helsinki.

12. Inclusive Education

Methodological challenges in an inclusive research process with people with intellectual disabilities, Katariina Hakala, FAIDD.

20. Youth Research

Educational practices and labour market transitions? An ethnographic study in upper secondary education, Anna-Maija Niemi & Markku Jahnukainen, University of Helsinki.

21. Politics of Education and Education Policy Studies

Processes of marketization of comprehensive and secondary education: comparative analysis of the Nordic Countries (1980–2015), Marianne Dovemark, Petteri Hansen, Sonja Kosunen, Jaakko Kauko, Berglind Rós Magnusdottir & Palle Rasmussen.

Session 7 (at the same time as Session 1): Trust in Process – Policies and Practices of the Successful Academic Development, Mari Simola

Thursday, session 2

6. Educational Leadership Network

Responses of upper secondary school leaders in Iceland to new Curriculum in ostensibly decentralized system, Jón Torfi Jónasson.

8. Gender and Education

Nordic Webpage on Gender in Teacher Education, Ylva Odenbring, Elisabet Öhrn, Elina Lahelma, Liisa Tainio, Sirpa Lappalainen, Jenni Helakorpi, Venla Toivonen, Ann-Sofie Holm.

14. Multi Cultural Educational Research

Language as symbolic captial in a bilingual school space in Finalnd and in Sweden, Tuuli From & Gunilla Holm.

22. Post-approaches to Education

Affirmative critique: rediscovering energy within critical inquiry, Riikka Hohti et al.

Friday, session 3

10. Higher Education

The hidden global and local dynamics of the expansion of higher education, Jón Torfi Jónasson, University of Iceland.

14. Multi Cultural Educational Research

The refugees here and the Finnish there – the teacher’s role in categorization and identity construction in school, Ida Hummelstedt-Djedou & Fritjof Sahlström.

The saving knowledge? Analysis of the knowledge provided for schools about Roma and Traveller national minorities in Finland, Norway and Sweden, Jenni Helakorpi.

Friday, session 4

14. Multi Cultural Educational Research

More differences than similarities? Contrasting discourses on cultural and multicultural identity in Finnish and Swedish national curricula, Harriet Zilliacus, BethAnne Paulsrud & Gunilla Holm.

Friday, session 5

4. Classroom Research

Smartphones and laptops in classrooms: reading, writing and talking in rapidly changing educational spaces, Fritjof Sahlström.

10. Higher Education

Framing students for prestigious higher education institutions: The explicit and implicit pedagogical messages of widening participation workshops, Agnes van Zanten and others.

“Too much at the same time, don’t know how to find time and what to focus on” – Self-efficiacy, study challenges and gender differences in the transition from upper secondary to higher education, Monica Londén & Katarina Perander-Norrgård.

12. Inclusive Education

Inclusion of immigrant students: Case studies in urban and rural compulsory schools in Iceland, Anna Katarzyna Wozniczka & Hafdís Gudjónsdóttir

14. Multi Cultural Educational Research

Refugee children in Icelandic schools, Susan Rafik Hama

21. Politics of Education and Education Policy Studies

Why LLL and PD might (should) be a part of the same educational discourse and be placed within the system of education, Jón Torfi Jónasson

Friday, session 6

4. Classroom Research

Smartphones and laptops in classrooms: reading, writing and talking in rapidly changing educational spaces, Fritjof Sahlström.

14. Multi Cultural Educational Research

Teacher Educators’ Constructions of ‘Cultural Diversity’: Whiteness as Othering through acts of Discursive Exclusions, Sanda Fylkesnes and others.

21. Politics of Education and Education Policy Studies

Moving landscapes of Nordic Basic education – approaching dynamics in education politics through shifting international influences, Petteri Hansen & Tommi Wallenius.

22. Post-approaches to Education

“Culture” and the problem of methodological nationalism, Touko Vaahtera

 

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