We are happy to offer a free Ph.D.-Course in qualitative methodologies in Science Education at the Department of Science Education, University of Copenhagen, October 22th-26th 2018. Registration is free of charge; participants are required to cover travel and accommodation expenses during the course

It is pleasure to present a list of International expert scholars as teachers:

 

Lecturers

Professor Michael J. Reiss, University College London
Professor Angela Calabrese Barton, Michigan State University
Professor Anna Danielsson, Uppsala University
Associate Professor Henriette Holmegaard, University of Copenhagen 
Associate Professor Lene Møller Madsen, University of Copenhagen

 

Course description

Science education research has previously been dominated by a quantitative regime applied by science researchers. However, the use of qualitative methods has gained momentum and belongs to a growing area within the field. The area is growing both because the field of science education are moving towards asking explorative questions as why and how (as for example why do young people struggle to see themselves in science) but also because the cross-disciplinary field of science education draws on both natural science knowledge and theories and methodologies from social science and the humanities. Hence, doctoral students within science education research are working in a cross-disciplinary field with no clear traditions or guidelines of how to design qualitative studies.

This course addresses these challenges by offering an in-depth hands on exploration of qualitative methods within the field of science education. It will provide tools, knowledge and guidelines to the doctoral students in general and more particular support the doctoral students in developing their own methodologies. The course focuses specifically on the use of qualitative methods in science education, why doctoral students within science education research will have first priority. However, it will also include issues related to educational research in general, why students from related research areas as educational research in general are encouraged to apply as well.  The course will take place at the Department of Science Education, University of Copenhagen and it will last one full week (3 ECTS).

See more here: https://phdcourses.ku.dk/DetailKursus.aspx?id=105000&sitepath=NAT

 

Formel requirements

You must have started on your empirical part of your thesis. Sign up before 13th of August 2018. Please write to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to get admitted. Attach a description of your experiences and plans with using qualitative methods, and write how far you are in your Ph.D. Final acceptance will be given Monday 20th of August 2018

 

 

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