The University of Copenhagen offers a free PhD course on content analysis in science and mathematics education. Participants will be introduced to examples and methods for content analysis as part of the research field of didactics of mathematics and science, with a special emphasis on praxeological analysis in the sense of the Anthropological Theory of the Didactic.
The course will consist of
As preparation for the course, participants are expected to
The criteria for assessment are that the initial paper authored by each participant (submitted no later than the 1st of October) draws significantly on the course materials, and that the oral presentation also draws on feedback from the course teachers. The 30 minute oral presentations conclude the assessment of the participant.
The emphasis will be on content analysis (also called epistemological analysis) in various kinds of didactics research; this includes design-oriented research, praxeologies and praxeological reference models of science and mathematical content, in a variety of education settings including classrooms, laboratories, exhibitions and other designed environments.
The course is offered by the Department of Science Education, University of Copenhagen, Denmark, on Oct 21st – 25th 2019 (full time). Registration is free of charge. Participants are required to cover costs pertaining to travel, room and board. Read more and enrol at https://phdcourses.ku.dk/detailkursus.aspx?id=105887&sitepath=NAT