Activities

NorTED seminar

NTNU, Trondheim

Registration for NorTEd seminar

Registration deadline: 31 October.

11 November 2019

14.30–15.00 Welcome

  • Musical piece
  • What is Norted? Who is Norted?Head of Department of Teacher Education Torberg Falch (NTNU) and Professor Kari Smith (NTNU)

15.00–16.00 What does it mean to do a Ph.D. Professor Pat Thompson (University of Nottingham)

16.00–16.15 Break

16.15–17.15 Getting to know each other: brief presentation of your projects – no power point!

  • Groups of seven. The doctoral students will briefly present their doctoral project orally without any power point. A supporting handout might be useful. Each student has max. 8 minutes.

18.30 Joint dinner, self-funded

12 November 2019

09.00–11.30 Workshop: Academic writing workshop. Professor Pat Thompson (University of Nottingham)

11.30–12.30 Lunch

12.30–13.30

  • The Norwegian Partners: Presentation of institution s- key issues in doctoral education in Norway. Representatives from Norwegian partner institutions
  • The Danish: Presentation of institution- key issues in doctoral education in Denmark. Representative from Danish partner

13.30–14.00 Break

14.00–15.00 The Swedish partners: Presentation of institutions- key issues in doctoral education in Sweden. Representatives from Swedish partner institutions

15.00–15.15 Break

15.15–16.30 Paper presentations doctoral students

  • The same groups will meet again. Three of the students will present a paper (20 min.) and a senior researcher will discuss the papers (15 min.) at the end of the session. This will be a regular conference presentation and power points may be used.

16.30 Free evening

13 November 2019

09.00–12.00 Workshop Academic writing jointly with NAFOL students. Professor Pat Thompson (University of Nottingham)

12.00–13.00 Lunch

13.00–14.40 Paper presentations doctoral students

  • The same groups will meet again. Four of the students will present a paper (20 min.) and a senior researcher will discuss the papers (15 min.) at the end of the session. This will be a regular conference presentation and power points may be used.

14.40–15.30 Tips of how to get published

15.30–16.00 Break

16.00–16.30 Department of Teacher Education, NTNU. Presentation of PhD program and NAFOL. Professor Kari Smith (NTNU)

18.30 Cultural event and dinner at Rockheim Museum

14 November 2019

09.00–09.30 The Finnish partner: Presentation of institution – key issues in doctoral education in Finland. Representative from Finnish partner institution

09.30–09.45 Break

09.45–10.15 The Icelandic partner: Presentation of institution – key issues in doctoral education in Iceland. Representative from Icelandic partner institution

10.15–11.45 Meeting the resource experts – speed dating. Resource people inform about their work and respond to questions

11.45–12.45 Lunch

12.45–14.30 Summary academic writing. Professor Pat Thompson (University of Nottingham)

14.30–14.45 Break

14.45–15.30 Plenary discussion: Your suggestions for NorTED’s work

  • Summing up the seminar