Seminar 14 Dublin

23.–25. september 2019

Sted: University College Dublin

Hotell: Iveah garden hotel

Påmeldingen er stengt.

Egenerklæringsskjema

NB! Endringer i programmet kan forekomme

Mandag 23. september

09.30–10.00 Welcome, artistic contribution

  • Assistant Professor Jennifer Symonds (University College Dublin), Associate Professor Ann MahPhail (University of Limerick) og professor Kari Smith (NTNU)

10.00–10.20 Getting to know each other: mix and mingle, introducing yourself, and one sentence about your project

10.20–11.00 Teacher Education and Teacher Education Research in Ireland – including information about The Teaching Council

  • Mary O’Sullivan (University of Limerick) og Associate Professor Ann MacPhail (University of Limerick)

11.00–11.15 Break

11.15–12.30 Joint group-reflection: Present your project in 10 min.

  • Chairs: Assistant Professor Jennifer Symonds (University College Dublin), Professor Kari Smith (NTNU), Professor Marit Ulvik (University of Bergen), Associate Professor Ann MahPhail (University of Limerick), Mary O’Sullivan (University of Limerick) and other Professors from University College Dublin and University of Limerick


12.30–13.30 Lunch

13.30–14.30 Being a doctoral student in Ireland and in Norway

  • Associate professor Billy Kinsella med ph.d.-student
  • NAFOL-student

14.30–14.45 Break

14.45–16.30 Mixed groups of 6. Present your research questions and methodology in depth – a written text to be submitted in advance

  • Chairs: Assistant Professor Jennifer Symonds (University College Dublin), Professor Kari Smith (NTNU), Professor Marit Ulvik (University of Bergen), Associate Professor Ann MahPhail (University of Limerick), Mary O’Sullivan (University of Limerick)
  • Peer feedback. Text to be submitted about a week before the seminar.

17.30–19.30 Cultural event

19.30 NAFOL invited dinner

Tirsdag 24. september

09.00–10.00 Keynote: Ethics in Educational Research

  • Professor Marit Ulvik (University of Bergen)

10.00–10.15 Break

10.15–11.15 Keynote: Teacher educator as researcher: striving towards a greater visibility for teacher education.

  • Associate Professor Ann MahPhail (University of Limerick)

11.15–11.30 Break

11.30–12.30 Key note: Teacher Education in Ireland: At a Crossroads?

  • Teresa O Doherty, University of Limerick

12.30–13.45 Sandwich lunch – pairs/triples- showing ‘my Dublin’ Dublin students in charge

13.45–14.45 Key note: Functions of Assessment in in Teacher Education

  • Professor Kari Smith (NTNU)

14.45–15.00 Break

15.00–16.00 Panel debate: Assessing a dissertation – Questions from the students

  • Mary O’Sullivan (University of Limerick), Professors from University College Dublin, Professor Marit Ulvik (University of Bergen) and Professor Kari Smith (NTNU)

16.00–16.30 Conclusion

  • Norwegian student
  • Irish student
  • Assistant professor Jennifer Symonds (University College Dublin) and Professor Kari Smith (NTNU)

Onsdag 25. september

Venue: Hotel

09.00–10.00 Normprosjektet: skriveundervisning, intervensjon og forskningsprosjekt – en presentasjon v/ professor Kjell Lars Berge (Universitetet i Oslo)

10.00–10.15 Pause

10.15–11.00 Masterclass med professor Marit Ulvik (Universtetet i Bergen), professor Kari Smith (NTNU) og professor Kjell Lars Berge (Universitetet i Oslo)

11.00–11.15 Pause/utsjekk

11.15–12.30 Prosesseminar for Anne-Grete Kaldahl. Opponent: professor Kari Smith (NTNU)

12.30 Lunsj og avreise

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