Arrangementer

fre 13 aug
14:00-15:30 | Lokale 1483-454. DPU Aarhus
25 års jubilæum for Bolette Hansen
Reception.
tor 19 aug
13:00-18:30 | Danish School of Education (DPU), Aarhus University, Campus Emdrup, room A200, Tuborgvej 164, 2400 Copenhagen
Text as a technology for care and understanding
Research Seminar hosted by the Research Program “Rearticulating the Formation of Motivation”.
fre 27 aug
13:00-16:00 |
Living labs as ethnographic interventions
New workshop date: 27 August, 2021: The aim of this workshop is to explore the knowledge practices and methodologies implied in living labs and to discuss how living labs can be employed in ethnographic research.
man 30 aug
13:00-16:00 | Online konference
Gentænk skoleudvikling i ungdomsuddannelserne
Fælles pædagogisk didaktisk refleksion over undervisningspraksis udviklet med afsæt i KLEO-projektet.
man 13 sep
08:00-18:00 | Danish School of Education, Tuborgvej 164, 2400 Copenhagen
ICTMT 15
The 15th International Conference on Technology in Mathematics Teaching: Making and Strengthening “Connections and Connectivity” (C & C) for Teaching Mathematics with Technology.
ons 06 okt
16:00-18:00 | DPU, Tuborgvej 164, 2400 København NV, Bygning A, Lokale 220 (Festsalen)
Hvad siger ECERS-3 om kvaliteten af danske daginstitutioner
NCS/DPU og Akademi for Pædagogiske Test og Evaluering afholder seminar
fre 19 nov
09:30-15:00 | DPU, Aarhus Universitet, festsalen (A220), Tuborgvej 164, 2400 København NV
Aktuel Vejledningsforskning 2021: Inspiration – Indsigt
Forskningsenheden i Vejledning ved DPU, Aarhus Universitet inviterer sammen med Nationalt netværk for forskning i vejledning til vores årlige arrangementet ”Aktuel vejledningsforskning – Inspiration og Indsigt”.
ons 17 aug
10:00-16:00 | Danish School of Education, Tuborgvej 164, 2400 Copenhagen
INPE 2022: Pedagogical Forms in Times of Pandemic
The recent pandemic seems to have brought to particular attention the value and meaning of pedagogical forms. The reduction of teaching to a uniform activity on a flat digital screen (in wealthier parts of the world) has echoed the sensory loss that is a symptom of the Covid-19 virus itself, turning the art of teaching into a rather two-dimensional experience. Seeing this as a possibility for research in education, however, the current situation can perhaps invigorate a renewed interest in exploring pedagogical forms anew, past and present.