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Dissertation Panagiota Naiopoulou

Time: 2/28/2020 at 1:00 PM,
Location: Pedagogen, University of Gothenburg - BE 036, House B, Läroverksgatan 15

Event type: Dissertation

Panagiota Naiopoulou, Department of Education, Communication and Learning is defending her thesis with the titleThe Professional Preschool Teacher under Conditions of Change. Competence and Intentions in Pedagogical Practices. Opponent: Professor Anders Arnqvist, Uppsala University

Den ojämlika brottsligheten. Ett forskningsbaserat samtal om hur den ser ut, om vad som har förändrats och vad samhället (inte) bör göra

Time: 4/6/2020 at 1:00 PM,

Event type: Research profile seminar

Lecturer: Felipe Estrada, professor i kriminologi. Kriminologiska institutionen, Stockholms Universitet.

Community Kindergarten research and the notion of intentional teaching

Time: 4/23/2020 at 1:00 PM,

Event type: Research profile seminar

Anne Keary is a lecturer at the Faculty of Education, Monash University. Anne's research, teaching and engagement work has focused on the provision of socially just education in a range of diverse communities. Her current research interests include qualitative longitudinal research into intergenerational relationships, and pedagogies for language education.

Lecturer: Professor Anne Keary, Monash University

Early Childhood educators reflecting on frameworks and tensions in their practice

Time: 4/28/2020 at 12:00 PM,

Event type: Research profile seminar

This presentation will provide insights into how Early Childhood educators engage with and respond to the identified language needs of children in a vulnerable community. In Australia, the introduction of the "Early Years Learning Framework: Belonging, Being and Becoming" and its corollary the "Victorian Early Years Learning and Development Framework", 2011 provide policy direction for Early Childhood educators' practice. Both policies mark a significant change in the government's expectations of the role of early childhood educators.

Lecturer: Dr Anne Keary, Faculty of Education, Monash University Clayton, Australia Anne's research, teaching and engagement work enhances the provision of socially-just education in diverse cultural and linguistic educational settings. She teaches into Early Childhood Education undergraduate and postgraduate courses. Her research employs a qualitative intergenerational longitudinal approach to explore social and educational responses to changes in families and family relationships, and how they shape transitions to education, work and community life. Anne¿s research is methodologically innovative in its analysis of cultural artefacts, journal entries, photographs and audio recorded interviews and focus groups. Her website shares research findings of a qualitative longitudinal intergenerational study into Australian mothers and daughters https://mothersanddaughtersbook.com

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