Theoretical frameworks and ethics in educational research

Lectures
17-19 October at NTNU Campus Kalvskinnet
and 13-14 March - Digital

Registration deadline: 1. September

Credits: 5 ETC

Course website: PLU8013 - Theoretical frameworks and ethics in educational research

The course focuses on theoretical framworks and traditions inacademic research, and attends to researcher positioning, professional research, knowledge forms in research and development work related to education and research ethics. Traditions included in the course are phenomenology, hermeneutics, structuralism, poststructuralism, pragmatism, postmodernism, feminist epistemologies, posthumanism and new-materialism.

Session-based education, 2-3 days each seminar. Learning and teaching activities include lectures, discussions and student presentations. individually and in study groups with the course literature. Each student set up their own reading list according to given criteria and including the mandatory literature in the course. The course participants are expected to be conducting research projects while taking the course. The course requirement for attendance is 80%. Mandatory Activities: - Compulsory attendance: 80% - 4 work requirements: attendance in study group with 2 jointly written submissions, 1 individual written essay, oral presentation and opposition to a fellow student´s work. Assignments can be handed in in Norwegian or English.

 

Lectures
17-19 October - at NTNU Campus Kalvskinnet
and 13-14 March - Digital

Course coordinator: Professor Rosemary Kate Martin
Administrative coordinator: Camilla Røtne

Admission for external candidates / NTNU Søknadsweb

Tags: Teacher Education, Educational Science
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