To participate in a pre-conference you need to be registered as a participant at NERA2018.
These are the events planned so far:
Pre-conference Network 22 - Post-approaches to Education
Dear all members of NERA network 22!
We are pleased to inform you that we will arrange another pre-conference. This time we connection with the NERA conference in Oslo March 2018.
As mentioned the pre-conference is a direct continuation of last year's pre-conference, and this year's focus is on methodological issues related to the overall theme: Diffraction and intra-action in the empirical research process
Wednesday March 7th: Oslo university, Blindern, local: U 31.
12.00-12.15 Introduction of the day
12.15-13.00 Keynote I: Lotta Johansson
13.00-13.45 Workshop I: Malou Juelskjær
14.15-15.00 Keynote II: Helene Falkenberg
15.00-15.45 Workshop II: Lise Hovik
16.15-17.00 Workshop III: Merete Moe
17.00-17.45 Workshop IV: Camilla Andersen
17.45-18.30 Paper discussion groups (coffee bars)
19.00 Dinner Blindern (self paid)
Thursday March 8th – Oslo university, Blindern , local: U 31
09.00-09.45 Keynote III: Bosse Bergstedt
09.45-12.30 Paper discussion groups (coffee bars)
This year we encourage both PhD students and other interested to submit abstracts for the workshop session.
We have extended the deadline for abstract submission (max. 900-1200 word) until March 1st, 2018.
The paper should address the following questions:
How can researchers utilize themselves as tools in connection with the empirical material?
How do we relate to the boundaries that traditionally exist between subjects and objects?
How are they transcribed and transformed in the research process?
How are different post approaches in pedagogy related to this problem?
It is possible to participate even without abstract.
Send abstract and/or application to Bosse Bergstedt (email@example.com)
All the best and see you in Oslo!
Helene Falkenberg, Merete Moe, Camilla Nørgaard and Bosse Bergstedt
Network 18: Families, institutions and communities in educational context
Pre-conference meeting at NERA 2018, March 7, 2018 in Oslo
Helga Engs hus: Seminarrom 234, University of Oslo
Schools, families and communities are important and valuable learning settings and resources that need to collaborate in effective ways in order to provide the children with the best opportunities for their learning and development. The one-day pre-conference aims to discuss and develop theoretical, empirical and methodological approaches within this research field. It will begin with a lecture given by prof. Li, and is followed by workshops.
10.00-10.15 Introduction of the day
10.15-11.15 Keynote Prof. Li, Jiacheng (East China Normal University in Shanghai) "School, family and community cooperation in China -- research orientations and methodological thinking".
11.15-12.00 Questions and discussion in connection to Prof. Li’s lecture
12.00-13.30 Lunch (on own costs)
13.30-14.30 Workshop I “Research orientations and methodological approaches within the research field of families, institutions, and communities in educational context – a Nordic perspective” (Presenters: Unn-Doris K. Bæck, Amalía Björnsdóttir, Kristín Jónsdóttir, Limin Gu)
15.00-16.00 Workshop II “Possible collaborations and joint projects” (all participants)
18.30 Dinner (on own costs)
The pre-conference will be open for all members of our network including doctoral students, and others who are interested. For questions regarding the pre-conference please contact Limin Gu: firstname.lastname@example.org