Monthly Archives: April 2015

Nafol PhD sessions published

PhD candidates who belong to NAFOL may now look up their times for presenting papers, individual master classes or process seminars. The schedules are available under Programme –> PhD sessions (NAFOL).

Master classes (NAFOL)

Wednesday June 10 th  13.15 – 14.15

Room: UND 262

Candidate Opponent Chair:
Siv Yndestad Borgen Gert Biesta Sissel Høisæter


Room: UND 303

Candidate Opponent Chair
Kirsten Linnea Kruse Hannah Kaihovirta Gry Tuset

 

Thursday  June 11 th  13.15 – 14.15

Room: UND 262

Candidate Opponent Chair
Anne Karin Orseth Anna-Lena Østern Helga Aadland
Nora Sitter Liora Bresler Helga Aadland

Paper sessions (NAFOL)

Wednesday June 10 th  13.15 – 14.15

Session 1 (Improvisation) – (Discussant: Keith Sawyer, chair: Kjellfrid Mæland)
Room:  UND 160 

Presenter Title  Cohort
Nora Sitter Defamiliarization and wide awakeness. Improvisation in reflecting on action 3
Ann Karin Orset The mask pedagogue as improvisator – The art of balancing structure and improvisation when teaching the neutral mask 3
Kristian Nødtvedt Knutsen Reflections form the inside out – doing improvised teaching 3

Session 2 – (Discussant: Staffan Selander, chair: Marit Kulild)
Room:  UND 263 

Presenter Title Cohort
Hege Myklebust Written argumentation – online and off 4
Kari Anne Rustand A study of concepts: writing vs genre 4

Session 3 – (Discussant: Anna-Lena Østern, chair: Helga Aadland )
Room:  UND 162 

Presenter Title Cohort
Anne Jordhus-Lier Content, Role and Mission of the Norwegian Municipal School of Music and Performing Arts 5
Torhild Høydalsvik Tact, having a good ear and pedagogical presence in connection with initiation of reform in higher education 5
 Geir Aaserud  Narrative methodology  4

Session 4 –  (Discussant: Ruth Leitch, chair: Michel Cabot)
Room:  UND 302

Presenter Title Cohort
Anna Rigmor Moxnes How do they make them reflect? – What do teachers in early childhood teacher education do to facilitate the reflections of their student teachers? 5
Tony Burner Studying processes of change when using the portfolio to enhance formative assessment 3
Elisabeth Iversen The researchers’ cross-roles in collaborative design-based research 5

 

Thursday June 11th  13.15 – 14.15

Session 5 – (Discussant: Keith Sawyer, chair: Kjellfrid Mæland)
Room:  UND 160 

Presenter Title Cohort
Sidsel Sandtrøen Improvisation in counselling and coaching. How can improvisation contribute to the performance in counselling and coaching? 4
Kai Arne Nyborg Defamiliarisation – antithetic to scaffolding? 3
Nicholas Sorensen Improvisation and teacher expertise: implications for the professional development of outstanding
teachers.
Bath Spa University

Session 6 – (Discussant: May Britt Postholm, chair: Marit Kulild)
Room:  UND 263   

Presenter Title  Cohort
Bodil Svendsen Teacher professional development (TPD) by collaborative design:
A case of designing new teaching practice
3
Elisabeth Harris An investigation into the effectiveness of the strategies implemented to accelerate the progress of pupils eligible for the Pupil Premium Grant (PPG). Brunel University London

Session 7 – (Discussant: Gert Biesta, chair: Sissel Høisæter)
Room:  UND 162  

Presenter Title  Cohort
Svein Olav Ulstad Motivational predictors of autonomy support in physical education: Applied self-determination theory in order to study changes in motivation, perceived competence and learning strategy use among students so that they can improve their engagement, exertion and performance in physical education 4
Rannveig Björk Thorkelsdóttir Which elements of ecologies of practice seem to be of importance for drama teachers’ professional development and
well being?
NTNU/Island

 

 

Prof. May Britt Postholm

Keynote speaker: Professor May Britt Postholm, NTNU
Time: 10th June, 10:45-12:15
Title: Kultur-Historisk Aktivitets-Teori (KHAT) som teori og metode i forsknings- og utviklingsarbeid (This seminar will be in Norwegian)

KHAT er en teori som tar utgangspunkt i Vygotskys tanker og ideer. Teorien har dermed mange likhetstrekk med sosiokulturell teori, som har det grunnsyn at mennesker handler og lærer i sosiale kontekster og språket er av stor betydning i disse læringsprosessene. Yrjö Engetsröm har utviklet KHAT grafisk, og tilbyr modeller som er gode verktøy i utviklingsprosesser i en organisasjon som skolen. Disse modellene visualiserer hvordan ekspansiv læring kan foregå, en læring som handler om å utvikle noe nytt, som kan være ny eller videreutviklet undervisningspraksis i skolen. I denne parallellsesjonen vil jeg gå litt inn på grunnforståelsen i teorien. Videre vil jeg presentere aktivitetssystemet som analyseenhet og den ekspansive læringssirkelen som utgangspunkt for handlinger for å fremme målrettet utvikling. Videre vil jeg omtale forskerrollen, ulike forskingsfokus og hvilke forskningstilnærminger som kan brukes for å få en forståelse for både meninger og handlinger knyttet til utviklingsprosesser.

Prof. May Britt Postholm

Prof. May Britt Postholm

May Britt Postholm er professor ved Program for lærerutdanning, NTNU. Hun har publisert en rekke bøker og artikler både nasjonalt og internasjonalt om forskningsmetode, undervisning og læring.  Postholm er også kullkoordinator for kull 3 i NAFOL.

 

Prof. Liora Bresler

Keynote speaker: Prof. Liora Bresler
Time: 10th June, 10:45-12:15
Title: Improvisation in Qualitative (ethnographic) research

Professor Liora Bresler, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaigne, US

In this seminar professor Liora Bresler will give the participant a theoretical and practical introduction to qualitative research with an emphasis on improvised, intensified perception.  The session starts with a brief introduction to qualitative research and the way that philosophical background for this research tradition highlight improvisation.   The second part will be experiential, organized as investigation in an art-gallery or exhibition, where students’ observations and interpretations of different kind of artworks will be discussed in light of qualitative concepts.

Prof. Liora Bresler

Prof. Liora Bresler

Liora Bresler is Professor of Education in the College of Education at the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, where she also held positions at the Center for Instructional Research and Curriculum Evaluation, and the Bureau of Educational Research. She is a faculty member in the Campus Honors Program and affiliate Professor in the School of Music. She holds degrees in Piano Performance, Philosophy and Musicology from Tel-Aviv University, and Education from Stanford University. Her research interests include Arts and Aesthetic Education, and Qualitative Research Methodology.

Bresler is also a guesting professor at Stord/Haugesund University College