Anthropological Theory of Didactics: praxeologies and study and research courses
ATD Course 1
The course is for beginning doctoral (ph.d.) students in didactics who require a thorough introduction in the basics of the Anthropological Theory of Didactics. The course will in particular deal with Study and Research Courses: a model and a toolset for designing teaching/learning processes in science education. Students taking this course will be ideally prepared to take the advanced course (ATD Course 2) running in autumn 2012, which is aimed at doctoral students with a broader range of backgrounds than the first one.
The course will begin with four intensive seminar days. (March 27th 11:00 am to March 30th 15:00 pm), with the participation of guest lecturer Berta Barquero, who is a specialist in Study and Research Courses, particularly in the broader area between mathematics and biology and their didactics. It will be followed up with three more seminar days during the spring (April, May and June - dates to be scheduled).
The course load is 5 ECTS corresponding to about 150 work hours for the participants. The course will be evaluated by written reports to be submitted after each seminar.
Venue: All sessions will take place at the Department of Science Education, University of Copenhagen.
Financial issues: There is no participation fee. Lunch are included. Travel and lodging must be paid by participants or by their institutions.
Guest lecturer: Berta Barquero, Pompeu-Fabra University, Spain
Teachers/organisers: Carl Winsløw & Marianne Mortensen
Registration is made by (1) completing this webform and (2) sending a one page description of research project and a one page CV to: Nadja Nordmaj, email@example.com and Marianne Mortensen, MFMortensen@ind.ku.dk
Further information: Contact Marianne Mortensen.