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Michaelmas 2008

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Michaelmas 2008

Date/Time Seminar Title Location Sponsor/Contact/Comment
Thursday, 25th September 16.00-17.00 Conceptual Change - Cecilia Lundholm, Department of Education & Stockholm Resilience Centre, Stockholm University GS1 Science, Technology & Maths Education (STeM) Elaine Wilson (ew208@cam.ac.uk)
Thursday 25th September 16.30-17.30 Embedding the riches of our knowledge about positive organisations. But will we make a difference? - Professor Roger Collins The New Seminar Room, Darwin College Well-being Institute Seminar Followed by drinks and nibbles
Tuesday 14th October 13.00 - 14.00 Schemes of work in Key Stage 3 History - Elizabeth Duignan, PhD Student, University of Cambridge (Magdalene) NFB GS4 Lunchtime Student Research Seminars
Tuesday, 14th October 16.00-17.00 Tea from 3.45 Mobile technologies: current practice, future possibilities - Tom Power, The Open University Room 2S7 Science, Technology and Maths Education (STeM) Elaine Wilson (ew208@cam.ac.uk)
Wednesday, 15th October 1.00-2.00 Computer Algebra Systems: Affordances of multiple representations and aspects of instrumental genesis - Dr Margot Berger, University of Witwatersrand, South Africa GS1, NFB Lunchtime Seminar, Zsolt Lavicza (email zl221@cam.ac.uk)
Thursday, 16th October 16.00-17.00 Teaching with Technology - Dr Mike Thomas, Mathematics Education Unit, University of Auckland Room 207 Mary Allen Building Science, Technology and Maths Education (STeM) Ken Ruthven (kr18@cam.ac.uk)
Thursday 16th October
5.00 – 7.00 pm
Beyond Mode 2 Knowledge: Professional Knowledge Building in the New Millennium - Professor Susan Groundwater-Smith, Honorary Professor, University of Sydney NFB GS5 SUPER/LLSI/EED Seminar
Lyndsay Upex (email lju20@cam.ac.uk)
Saturday 18th October 2008
09.45 – 18.30
Music and Science Faculty of Music
11 West Road
Cambridge CB3 9DP
SEMPRE one-day student conference
Dr Matthew Woolhouse (email mhw31@cam.ac.uk)
Tuesday, 21st October 16.00-17.00 Tea from 3.45 E-learning - Professor Gilly Salmon, University of Leicester Boulind 8 & 9, Mary Allen Building Science, Technology and Maths Education (STeM) Elaine Wilson (ew208@cam.ac.uk)
Monday 27th October 2008 5.00 pm Inquiry in Activity in Developmental Research – Barbara Jaworski, Loughborough University Room 218
Mary Allan Building
Cambridge Mathematics Education Colloquia
Tim Rowland (email tr202@cam.ac.uk)
Further details
Tea and coffee available before the meeting
Tuesday 28th October 13.00 - 14.00 Why Am I Here? Equity, Identity and Elite mathematics students in Finland and Washington State - Jennifer Saari, PhD Student, University of Cambridge (Trinity Hall) NFB GS4 Lunchtime Student Research Seminars
Wednesday 29th October 2008
4.30 – 6.30
Musical Expressions of Israeli Jewish and Arab Kindergarten children: an inter-cultural study – Professor Claudia Gluschankof, Levinsky College of Education, Tel-Aviv GS1, Faculty of Education, 184 Hills Road Pedagogy, Learning, Arts, Culture and Education (PLACE) Research Seminar
Pam Burnard (email pab61@cam.ac.uk)
Saturday 1st November 2008
10.00 – 4.00
One Day Symposium to celebrate BJME's silver jubilee: Teacher Research: Making a Difference in Music Education? Boulind Room, Mary Allan Building Pam Burnard (pab61@cam.ac.uk)
Monday 3rd November 2008
1.00-5.00pm
Leadership for Learning and School Improvement: Faculty Conference
The conference organised by the LLSI group is an occasion to share and challenge our thinking on key issues of policy and practice with Faculty staff and graduate students
Faculty of Education, Room GS5 This is an invitation-only conference: contact Lyndsay Upex (lju20@cam.ac.uk) if you would like to come
Monday 3rd November 2008
3.00 – 5.00 pm
Ethnography Seminar 1: Introduction to Ethnography and Competing Paradigms - Caroline Oliver and Jo-Anne Dillabough Room1S7
New Faculty Building
EED Seminar
Contact Susannah Lacon (email sml44@cam.ac.uk)
Monday, 3rd November 16.00-17.00 Tea from 3.45 From Black Boxes to Glass Boxes: Computerised Concept Mapping in Schools - Dr Robin M Bevan, Head teacher, Southend High School and the University of Cambridge Room GS4 Science, Technology and Maths Education (STeM) Elaine Wilson (ew208@cam.ac.uk)
Tuesday, 4th November
16.30-18.00
Activity Theory: Methodological and Analytical Resources for Researching Learning for Interprofessional Work - Professor Harry Daniels, University of Bath Trumpington House, Room 3 PNE Seminar
Tuesday 4th November 2008
5.00 – 6.30 pm
Youth Series Seminar 1: Unfolding lives: researching the process of growing up - Professor Rachel Thomson – Open University Room GS1
New Faculty Building
EED Seminar
Contact Susannah Lacon (email sml44@cam.ac.uk)
Monday 10th November 2008
3.00 – 5.00 pm
Ethnography Seminar 2: Theory, Epistemology and Ethnography in new Times - Caroline Oliver and Jo-Anne Dillabough Room GS3
New Faculty Building
EED Seminar
Contact Susannah Lacon (email sml44@cam.ac.uk)
Tuesday 11th November 13.00 - 14.00 Emerging Thoughts: Early case study research in collaboration with Birmingham Repertory Theatre on theatre and multiculturalism - Natalie Hart, PhD Student, University of Warwick NFB GS4 Lunchtime Student Research Seminars
Wednesday, 12th November 16.30-18.00 Preparing Graduate Futures: What's creativity got to do with it? - Professor Erica McWilliam, Queensland University of Technology Room GS1 Pedagogy, Language, Arts, Culture and Education (PLACE) Pam Burnard (pab61@cam.ac.uk)
Tuesday 11th November 16.30-18.00 Vygotsky and Piaget, as seen from Neuchatel today - Professor Anne-Nelly Perret-Clermont, University of Geneva NFB, 2S3 PNE Seminar
Wednesday, 12th November 17.30-18.30 Researching Academic Identity - Professor Miriam Zukas, Lifelong Learning Institute, University of Leeds Wolfson College Institute for Continuing Education For further information and to reserve a place, contact Dr Wendy Knightley (email wmk22@cam.ac.uk)
Tuesday 18th November 2008
5.00 – 6.30 pm
Youth Series Seminar 2: Going deep and giving back: Strategies for an ethical ethnography amongst vulnerable populations - Dr Sharlene Swartz Room GS1
New Faculty Building
EED Seminar
Contact Susannah Lacon (email sml44@cam.ac.uk)
Thursday 20th November 13.00 - 14.00 The drag mode in 3D-Dynamic Geometry Environments - Mathias Hattermann, PhD Student, Justus-Liebig University, Giessen, Germany NFB GS4 Lunchtime Student Research Seminars
Monday 24th November 2008
5.00 pm
Mathematical Knowledge in Teaching – Kenneth Ruthven, Tim Rowland and Marilena Petrou, University of Cambridge Room 218
Mary Allan Building
Cambridge Mathematics Education Colloquia
Tim Rowland (email tr202@cam.ac.uk)
Further details
Tea and coffee available before the meeting
Monday 24th November
5.00 – 6.00 pm
Narrative as a tool for knowledge construction in the context of social networking – Norbert Pachler, London Institute of Education NFB GS4 PLACE Seminar
Contact Michael Evans (email mje1000@cam.ac.uk)
Monday 24th November
6.30 – 8.30 pm
Shakespeare Reloaded - Liam Semler, University of Sydney NFB GS5 PLACE Seminar
Contact Abigail Rokison (email ar363@cam.ac.uk)
Thursday 27th November
5.00 – 7.00 pm
Adolescent Well-being and School Experiences: a problematic relationship? - Professor John Gray Room GS5, NFB Leadership for Learning Supper Seminar. All welcome. Contact: Katie O'Donovan (lfl@educ.cam.ac.uk)

Monday 1st December 5.00 - 7.00 pm

Ethnography Seminar 3: Doing Ethnography: Culture, the Everyday and Interpretation - Caroline Oliver and Jo-Anne Dillabough

NFB 2S7

EED Seminar Contact Susannah Lacon (email sml44@cam.ac.uk)