Courses

Dalarna University

For more information about courses at Dalarna University, go to https://www.du.se/en/research/doctoral-studies/doctoral-studies-educational-work/

Contact: Mats Tegmark, mte@du.se

  • Praktikutvecklande forskningsansatser för undervisning och lärande / Practice-based research approaches for teaching and learning
    • Credits (ECT): 7,5
    • Language: Swedish or English
    • Course structure: Face-to-face or Online
    • Course code: FPA222C
    • For more information, click here .
  • Academic Writing and Speaking in English
    • Spring 2022 (weeks 14-20)
    • Credits (ETC): 6
    • Language: English
    • Course structure: Face-to-face/Online
    • Course code: FPA222F
  • Introduktion till forskning i pedagogiskt arbete / Introduction to Research in Educational Work
    • Fall 2022
    • Credits (ETC): 5
    • Language: Swedish
    • Course structure: Face-to-face
    • Course code: FPA0006
  • Vetenskapsteori och forskningsetik / Theories of Science and Research Ethics
    • Fall 2022
    • Credits (ETC): 7,5
    • Language: Swedish/English
    • Course structure: Face-to-face/Online
    • Course code: FPA0007
  • Forskningskommunikation för samhällsutveckling / Research Communication for Societal Development
    • Spring 2022
    • Credits (ETC): 4
    • Language: Swedish
    • Course structure: Face-to-face
    • Course code: FPA222G
  • Språklig mångfald i utbildningssammanhang / Linguistic Diversity in Educational Settings
    • Spring 2023 (May-June)
    • Credits (ETC): 7.5
    • Language: English
    • Course structure: Online and face-to-face (Parts of the course will be given in combination with the international conference Translanguaging in the Age of Mobility held at Dalarna university, June 8-14)
    • Course code: FPA222D
  • Vetenskapliga metoder / Scientific Methods
    • Spring 2023
    • Credits (ETC): 10
    • Language: English/ Swedish
    • Course structure: Face-to-face/Online
    • Course code: FPA222B
  • Intellektuella utmaningar – att designa och kommunicera ett forskningsprojekt / Intellectual challenges – designing and communicating a research project
    • Spring 2023
    • Credits (ETC): 5
    • Language: Swedish
    • Course structure: Face-to-face
    • Course code: FPA0007
  • Forskning och pedagogisk praktik – teoretiska perspektiv / Research and Educational Practice – Theoretical Perspectives
    • Fall 2023
    • Credits (ETC): 7.5
    • Language: Swedish/English
    • Course structure: Face-to-face/Online
    • Course code: FPA0005
  • Det demokratiska värdegrundsuppdraget i komplexa skolpraktiker / The Democratic Value Base Assignment in Complex School Practices
    • Credits (ETC): 7,5
    • Language: Swedish
    • Course structure: Face-to-face
    • Course code: FPA0004

DPU Aarhus University

For more information about courses at DPU, Aarhus University, go to PhD Education (au.dk).

Contact: Hanne Ryge Nielsen hani@edu.au.dk

Design-based research, action research and co-creation

  • 26.-28.8 2020
  • Credits (ETC): 3
  • Language: English/Danish
  • Course structure: Face-to-face
  • Course responsible: Lars Geer Hammershøj
  • Link: https://phdcourses.dk/Course/72804

Improve your research – academic search, digital methods and scholarly communication for PHD student

Perspektiver og tilgange i litteraturdidaktisk forskning

  • November (week 47 or 48) 2020
  • Credits (ETC): 4
  • Language: Danish
  • Course structure: Face-to-face
  • Course responsible: Anna Skyggebjerg & Helle Rørbech

Analytiske perspektiver på børn og barndom

Vergnaud’s Theory of Conceptual Fields (TCF): Understanding and utilizing TCF in a networking perspective

Embodied Cognition – on bodily language and linguistic bodies

  • 10.-11.12 2020
  • Credits (ETC): 2
  • Language: English/Danish
  • Course structure: Face-to-face
  • Course responsible: Theresa Schilhab

Roles of universities in European integration

NTNU, Norwegian University of Science and Technology

For more information about courses at NTNU, go to https://www.ntnu.edu/ilu/phd-courses. Contact: Camilla Røtne camilla.rotne@ntnu.no

  • Kvantitative analysemetoder / Applied Quantitative Research Methods of Analysis
    • Every spring
    • Credits (ETC): 5
    • Language: English
    • Course structure: Face-to-face
    • Course code: PLU8012
  • Vitenskapsteori og etikk med innretning mot profesjonsforskning/Theories of Science and Research Ethics, Oriented Towards Education Research
    • Every Autumn to Spring (the course lasts two semesters)
    • Credits (ETC): 10
    • Language: English
    • Course structure: Face-to-face
    • Course code: PLU8013
  • Kvalitative analysemetoder i praksis I/ Qualitative analysis in practice I
    • Every Autumn
    • Credits (ETC): 5
    • Language: English
    • Course structure: Face-to-face
    • Course code: PLU8021
  • Kvalitative analysemetoder i praksis II/ Qualitative analysis in practice II
    • Every Spring
    • Credits (ETC): 5
    • Language: English
    • Course structure: Face-to-face
    • Course code: PLU8022
  • Perspektiver i naturfag- og teknologididaktikk/ Perspectives on Science an Technology Education
    • Spring 2023
    • Credits (ETC): 5
    • Language: English
    • Course structure: Face-to-face
    • Course code: LOS8030
  • Tekst i utdanningskontekst: Teoretiske inngangar og analysemetodar/ Texts in educational contexts: Theoretical perspectives and analytical approaches
    • Spring 2023
    • Credits (ETC): 5
    • Language: Norwegian
    • Course structure: Face-to-face
    • Course code: LOS8031
  • Vurdering og evaluering i utdanning: Politikk, forskning og praksis /Assessment and evaluation in education: Policy, research, and practice
    • Autumn 2023
    • Credits (ETC): 5
    • Language: English
    • Course structure: Face-to-face
    • Course code: LOS8032
  • Å forske med kunsten som metodologisk praksis/ Doing research with the arts as methodological practice
    • Spring 2022
    • Credits (ETC): 5
    • Language: English
    • Course structure: Face-to-face
    • Course code: LOS8033
  • Nyere forskning innen barnehage og skole (1.-4. trinn)/ Contemporary research in Early Childhood Education and Care
    • Autumn 2022
    • Credits (ETC): 5
    • Language: English
    • Course structure: Face-to-face
    • Course code: LOS8034
  • Organisasjonlæring og kunnskapsutvikling i organisasjoner/ Organisational learning and knowledge development in organisations
    • Spring 2022
    • Credits (ETC): 5
    • Language: English
    • Course structure: Face-to-face
    • Course code: LOS8019

Umeå University

  • Introduction to the educational sciences
    • Credits (ETC): 7,5
    • Language: English
    • Course structure: Face-to-face
  • Theories in educational research
    • Credits (ETC): 7,5
    • Language: English
    • Course structure: Face-to-face
  • Stages in the research process (part I, II and III)
    • Credits (ETC): 7,5
    • Language: English
    • Course structure: Face-to-face
  • Basic methods in educational research
    • Credits (ETC): 7,5
    • Language: English
    • Course structure: Face-to-face
  • Curriculum theory
    • Credits (ETC): 7,5
    • Language: English
    • Course structure: Face-to-face
  • Practise-based school research
    • Credits (ETC): 7,5
    • Language: English
    • Course structure: Face-to-face + Distance

University of Iceland – School of Education

Courses

University of Iceland, School of Education

For more information about the PhD courses at University of Iceland, please contact docmvs@hi.is.

Reflexive Thematic Analysis (2ECTS)
This course will be held in Reykjavik 5-7 September 2022. Max 25 students.

Teacher: Virginia Braun, Professor, University of Auckland NZ.
Supervisor: Annadís G. Rúdólfsdóttir, Associate Professor, University of Iceland, School of Education.

This course is designed to give a theoretically-informed, hands-on introduction to the doing of reflexive thematic analysis, according to the approach developed by Victoria Clarke and Virginia Braun. The teaching combines a range of pedagogical styles and activities, from mini-lectures through classroom discussion, small-group and individual- class-time activity, and homework. At the end of the teaching session, the students have a deep understanding of the potential (and limitations) of thematic analysis, and what doing thematic analysis looks like in practice. Due to the nature of qualitative analysis, not every aspect is covered in depth, but students gain foundational skills related to coding and starting theme development that set them on the path for doing rigorous and theoretically/methodologically coherent analysis.

This course is designed to give a theoretically-informed, hands-on introduction to the doing of reflexive thematic analysis, according to the approach developed by Victoria Clarke and Virginia Braun. The teaching combines a range of pedagogical styles and activities, from mini-lectures through classroom discussion, small-group and individual- class-time activity, and homework. At the end of the teaching session, the students have a deep understanding of the potential (and limitations) of thematic analysis, and what doing thematic analysis looks like in practice. Due to the nature of qualitative analysis, not every aspect is covered in depth, but students gain foundational skills related to coding and starting theme development that set them on the path for doing rigorous and theoretically/methodologically coherent analysis.

Day 1: Getting started on TA (5-6 hours)
Focuses on:
• introducing and locating thematic analysis
• exploring and understanding key concepts
• dataset familiarisation
• understanding and starting coding
Includes take-home activity
Day 2: Developing your analysis (5-6hours)
Focuses on:
• developing coding
• coding rigour and quality
• theme development and exploration
• theme/data interpretation.

Reading material:
Braun, V. & Clarke V. (2021). Reflexive Thematic Analysis: A Practical Guide. London: Sage.
Braun V. og Clarke V.(2006). Using thematic analysis in psychology. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 3(2):77–101
Braun V. og Clarke V. (2013). Successful qualitative research: A practical guide for beginners. London: Sage
Braun V. og Clarke, V. (2014). What can „thematic analysis“ offer health and wellbeing researchers?, í International Journal of Qaulitative Studies in Health and Wellbeing, 9(10). https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4201665/

Affective theories

  • Every other spring semester (next 2023)
  • Credits (ETC): 5
  • Language: Icelandic/English
  • Course structure: Online/Face-to-face.
  • Course code: UMD071F

https://ugla.hi.is/kennsluskra/index.php?tab=nam&chapter=namskeid&id=71025620210&kennsluar=2020

Children‘s perspectives and citizenship

  • First half of spring semester (not yet decided when this course will be taught next)
  • Credits (ETC): 5
  • Language: Icelandic/English
  • Course structure: Online/Face-to-face.
  • Course code: UMD067F

https://ugla.hi.is/kennsluskra/index.php?tab=nam&chapter=namskeid&id=71013820210&namskra=0

Historical analysis of discourse

  • Every other spring semester (next 2023)
  • Credits (ETC): 5
  • Language: Icelandic/English
  • Course structure: Online/Face-to-face.
  • Course code: UMD052F

https://ugla.hi.is/kennsluskra/index.php?tab=nam&chapter=namskeid&id=70386720210&kennsluar=2020

Åbo Akademi University

Contact person for courses at Åbo Akademi: nina.backman@abo.fi

  • Posterworkshop
    • 7 October 2020
    • Credits: 1 ECTS
    • Language: Swedish
    • Course structure: Distance
  • Academic reporting
    • Autumn 2020
    • Credits: 5 ECTS
    • Language: Swedish/English
    • Course structure: Face-to-face
  • Vetenskapliga perspektiv och metoder inom slöjdvetenskap / Scientific perspectives and methods in craft science
    • Continuous
    • Credits: 5 ECTS
    • Language: Swedish
    • Course structure: Online
  • Kvantitativ forskningsmetodologi och metod/Quantitative research methodology and method
    • Spring 2021
    • Credits: 5 ECTS
    • Language: Swedish
    • Course structure: Face-to-face

The Arctic University of Norway (UiT)

Contact person for courses at UiT: Synnøve Thomassen Andersen, synnove.t.andersen@uit.no

Course at UiT in qualitative research and methodology for spring 2023:

SVF-8040 KVALITATIV FORSKNING
UiT v/ILP har gleden av å tilby PhD-kurs i kvalitativ forskning. Eksterne søkere kan søke nå, og frem til 1. desember, 2022. Søknadslenke finner du her: https://uit.no/utdanning/emner/emne?p_document_id=744081
Innhold i kurset
Kurset gir kompetanse i å gjennomføre en kvalitativ, empirisk undersøkelse på doktorgradsnivå og tar opp ulike temaer knyttet til kvalitativ forskning og metodologi i samfunnsvitenskapene.
Gjennomføring av kurset
Emnet tilbys i to samlinger. Kurset er på norsk, men noen forelesninger og litteratur er på engelsk.
24.04-25.04.2023: Første samling gjennomføres fysisk, og består av to dager.
26.05.2023: Andre samling er hybrid (med mulighet for å delta digitalt). Hovedfokus på presentasjon og diskusjon av utkast til paper.

23 juni: Innlevering eksamen. Paper kan leveres på norsk og eventuelt andre skandinaviske språk, samt engelsk.
Forelesere og tematikker:
– Forskningsleder Thomas Bjørner fra Aalborg Universitet bidrar inn på første samling med fokus på validitet og reliabilitet i kvalitativ forskning med utgangspunkt i intervju og observasjoner, med særlig blikk på bruk og utvikling av protokoll, gjennomtenkt design, datainnsamling og data analyse.
– Professor Aslak Steinsbekk fra NTNU bidrar inn med perspektiver på vitenskapsteoretiske paradigmer innen forskning, inkludert epistemologi og ontologi, og konsekvenser av å ha forskjellige perspektiver
– Førsteamanuensis i pedagogikk Kristin Emilie W. Bjørndal bidrar inn med tematisk analyse, med vekt på «refleksiv tematisk analyse» i seks trinn etter Braun og Clark (2006; 2019). Tematisk analyse er en metode for å analysere kvalitative data som innebærer å søke på tvers av et datasett for å identifisere, analysere og rapportere gjentatte mønstre. Metoden er ikke bunden til et bestemt teoretisk rammeverk.
– Torjer A. Olsen er professor i urfolksstudier. Han vil i sin sesjon innlede gjennom metodologiske refleksjoner med utgangspunkt i urfolksforskning. Han vil utfordre til diskusjon om forskerens og forskningas rolle, tilknytning til samfunnet, og ansvarlighet.
– Emneansvarlig:
Emneansvarlig for kurset er førsteamanuensis i pedagogikk Siri Sollied Madsen. Håper å se dere til spennende kurs i Tromsø. Ta kontakt om det er noen spørsmål.
Mvh Siri Sollied Madsen, siri.s.madsen@uit.no.

Western Norway University of Applied Sciences (HVL)

Contact person for courses at HVL: Stine Soltvedt Jakobsen, Stine.Soltvedt.Jakobsen@hvl.no

For information on how to apply for PhD courses at HVL, see: https://www.hvl.no/en/research/phd-programmes/apply-for-a-single-course-at-phd-level/admission-for-single-courses-phd-in-bildung-and-pedagogical-practices/

The Teaching Profession
• Spring 2023: week 22 (May 29-31)
• Credits (ETC): 5
• Language: Norwegian
• Course structure: Face-to-face
• Course responsible: Bodil Ravneberg and Kari Ludvigsen
• Link: https://www.hvl.no/studier/studieprogram/emne/phd905
• Application deadline: 17.4.2023
• Apply here: https://www.hvl.no/en/research/phd-programmes/apply-for-a-single-course-at-phd-level/admission-for-single-courses-phd-in-bildung-and-pedagogical-practices/

Rhetorics of Education
• Spring 2023, week 12
• Credits (ETC): 5
• Language: Norwegian
• Course structure: Face-to-face
• Course responsible: Tom Are Trippestad
• Link: https://www.hvl.no/studier/studieprogram/emne/phd909
• Application deadline: 6.2.2023
• Apply here: https://www.hvl.no/en/research/phd-programmes/apply-for-a-single-course-at-phd-level/admission-for-single-courses-phd-in-bildung-and-pedagogical-practices/

Multimodal Literacy and Aesthetic Engagement
• Spring 2023: week 10
• Credits (ETC): 5
• Language: English
• Course structure: Face-to-face
• Course responsible: Zoltan Varga and Jena Habegger-Conti
• Link: https://www.hvl.no/en/studies-at-hvl/study-programmes/courses/phd915
• Application deadline: 23.1.2023
• Apply here: https://www.hvl.no/en/research/phd-programmes/apply-for-a-single-course-at-phd-level/admission-for-single-courses-phd-in-bildung-and-pedagogical-practices/