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  • EARLI SIG 9 2016

EARLI SIG 9 conference 2016

Here you find information about the international conference Different horizons: setting directions for phenomenographic research of the EARLI Special Interest Group 9, Phenomenography and Variation Theory.

The conference took place on 24 – 26 of August 2016, at the department of pedagogical, curricular and professional studies, University of Gothenburg. 

The aim of the conference was to explore and discuss the conference theme and research using Phenomography and/or Variation theory in studies across different fields of education.

Keynote lectures were given by Professor Ference Marton, University of Gothenburg and Associate Professor Mona Holmqvist Olander, Malmö University.

We welcomed researchers, teachers and educational policy makers to report on studies in which Phenomenography and/or Variation theory are used to explore learning.

Deadline for submission was the 15th of March 2016 and notifications was sent out in the beginning of April 2016. Deadline for registration to the conference was 2016-06-15.For more information please read call for proposal.


 

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More information

If you have any questions concerning the conference please contact Angelika Kullberg

angelika.kullberg@ped.gu.se

Questions about your invoice or payment, please send an email to Rebecca Namanzi or Johanna Gunnarsson

rebecca.namanzi@gu.se

johanna.gunnarsson@gu.se

For more information about EARLI or membership please see earli web page. If applying for membership don´t forget to choose sig9.

Contact Information

Department of Pedagogical, Curricular and Professional studies

PO Box 300, SE 405 30 Gothenburg

Visiting Address:
Pedagogen B, Läroverksgatan 15

Phone:
+46 (0)31 786 00 00

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