The Seminar for Curriculum Theory and Reform History of Reform
STEP:s holds big seminars every second Monday afternoon in Blåsenhus. Other Monday afternoons, we work on texts, empirical materials and projects in smaller groups.
At the common curriculum theory and reform history seminars, STEP senior researchers and PhD candidates present and discuss their work in progress, projects and ideas, or other studies with theoretical, analytical and empirical relevance for STEP research. In addition, we invite guests for research introductions or as external readers and commentators. Seminars are generally held in Swedish.
If you have a research interest compatible with the research performed within STEP and would like to participate in our seminar series, please contact Henrik Román.
Seminars, Spring 2020
Time: Mondays 13.15-15.30 in room 14:340 (if nothing else is stated).
The seminars are held in Swedish.
Programme (changes may occur)
Elin Sundström Sjödin: postdoc-projekt
Literat et al (2018):Toward multimodal inquiry: opportunities, challenges and implications of multimodality for research and scholarship
Daniel Pettersson, Marie Karlsson (STEP) m fl: ansökningar
Marie Karlsson (STEP): synopsis kring narrativ
Barbara Schulte (STEP)
Daniel Pettersson (STEP)
Stina Hallsén och grupp från Katedralskolan
Tine S. Prøitz, Alessandra Dieudé: Learning outcomes changing education – traces of policy in practice
John Cunningham (STEP), 10%
Urban-Andreas Johansson (STEP), 10 %