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Program - Negotiating neglected narratives

Unpacking stories of children and teachers in educational practices

The pre-meeting/reception is only for invited guests. If you haven't got an invitation, we'll see you at the conference Wednesday, October 7 - Welcome!

 

Location:

Room: E-105

 

Wednesday October 7

Time:

What:

08:45–09:15

Registration and refreshments

09:15–10:00

Opening by local artists

Welcome by the Deputy for Dean of Faculty of Education, Nina Grieg Viig, former Director of the Centre for Educational Research, Tom Are Trippestad and the committee: Geir Aaserud, Åsta Birkeland, Viv Ellis and Elin Eriksen Ødegaard

Opening speech by Elin Eriksen Ødegaard

Vigor and Weakness of Narrative Research - Is it Possible to Create Research Designs that Matters for Children, that Will Transform Conditions for Children’s Lives?

10:00–11:00

First keynote: D. Jean Clandinin and Vera Caine

Making Visible Moral and Ethical Considerations in Representing Narrative Inquiries With Children and Youth

11:00–11:20

Dialogue
Chair: Viv Ellis

11:20–11:45

Refreshments

11:45–12:25

Second keynote: Cheryl Craig

Nesting Teachers’ Reform Experiences in Context: The Story Constellations Approach to Narrative Inquiry

12:25–12:45

Dialogue
Chair: Viv Ellis

12:45–13:45

Lunch

13:45–15:45

Parallel sessions with presentations of research papers and dialogue
Chair: Åsta Birkeland, Hanne Værum Sørensen and Geir Aaserud

15:45–16:00

Refreshments

16:00–16:30

Third keynote: Anna Lena Østern

Narrative Philosophy and Dramaturgy Informing Narrative Research Design

16:30–17:00

Fourth keynote: Susanne Garvis

Listening to all the voices in teacher education big and small: What can we learn with narratives?

17:00–17:30

Dialogue about third and fourth key-note

Chair Viv Ellis and Elin Eriksen Ødegaard

18:00

Tapas and drinks at campus.

 

Thursday October 8

Time:

What:

09:00

Opening of the day

09:10–10:15

Plenary papers on Neglected issue on narratives research
Geir Aaserud, Åsta Birkeland and Alicja Renata Sadownik

10:15–10:45

Invited comments
Chair: Elin Eriksen Ødegaard

10:45–11:00

Refreshments 

11:00–12:30

Parallel sessions with presentation of research papers and dialogue
Chair Geir Aaserud and Åsta Birkeland

12:30–13:00

Art walk on the way to lunch.

13:00–14:00

Lunch

14:00–15:15

Panel and dialogue by the keynote presenters

The Future of Narrative Research – Negotiating Promises and Challenges

  • What are the important issues from the position of the diverse group of children and their teachers?

  • Autobiographic narratives – a promise or a trap?

  • How do we tell children and teacher’s stories?

  • What kind of knowledge is narrative inquiry and what are the promise and challenge for politics, reforms and practice?

  • What are the important issues for researching, (co-)creating designs for future narrative research?

  • How do we create research designs that matters for children’s lives?

     

Chair: Viv Ellis and Elin Eriksen Ødegaard

15:15–15:30

Closing by the committee