The Departments Open Research Seminars

The Department of Education also offers Higher Seminars in Education, Curriculum Studies and Sociology of Education.

Welcome to our Higher Seminars

Open Research seminars in Education

Studies in Childhood, Learning, and Identities as Interactional Practices (CLIP)
CLIP organizes bi-weekly seminars (Mondays even weeks) and datasessions (Tuesdays even weeks). At the seminars we discuss texts in progress, and receive invited guest speakers. At the data sessions, the focus is on analysis of data from ongoing projects.

Pedagogics and Special Needs (the PS-group)
For information about seminars please contact Claes Nilholm.

Seminar for curriculum theory and reform history
The Seminar for Curriculum Theory and Reform History of Reform meets every other Monday (uneven weeks) from 1:15 to 3:30 p.m.
If you are interested in taking part in the seminar, please contact Henrik Román

Seminar for Educational Leadership
The Seminar for Educational Leadership meets every other Monday (even weeks) from 1:15 to 3:30 p.m.
If you are interested in taking part in the seminar, please contact Daniel Nordholm

open research seminars in curriculum studies

The Laboratory for Teaching Practices (TePlab) 
TePlab is an internationally networked research environment in the field of didactics and organises monthly seminars on Tuesday afternoons, 13.15 – 15.00.
If you are interested in taking part in the seminar, please contact Leif Östman or Maarten Deleye

The series of seminars on Comparative Didactics
The series of seminars on Comparative Didactics focus on comparative studies of teaching and learning within a number of different subject areas. Taking their starting point in methods of approach and results of studies within various fields of didactics, curriculum studies and education, the participants in the seminar undertake analyses aimed at creating knowledge relating to teaching, teaching content, learning and socialisation. The majority of the texts presented and discussed in the group’s series of seminars comprise drafts of book chapters and articles written by the members themselves. The members conduct research into a variety of curriculum studies fields, and the purpose of the seminars is among other things to use the participants’ questions and points of view to elucidate and discuss research into specific areas on the basis of perspectives other than their own.
The series of seminars on Comparative Didactics is held every third Wednesday from 13:15 to 15:00.
Scientific Director: Senior Lecturer Jonas Almqvist

Open research seminars in history of education

SHED organizes a seminar on History of Education at the Department of Education usually held on Thursdays between 13:15 and 15:00. 
More information about the seminars

Last modified: 2021-10-27