Research and teaching are tasks that we are more or less accustomed to treat as separate practices, but there are number of reasons and ways to also conduct research as integrated into pedagogical praxis, or vice versa.
Should you be interested in advances of learning environments, inclusive research, life-long learning, enhancing quality of learning – and puzzling about ideas and principles facilitated by few empirical cases and insights given by the specialists of University Pedagogy – Dr. Judith Hanks as the keynote speaker and Jyri Lindén as the workshop discussant – please consider joining our workshop on Exploratory practices combining research and teaching on May 8th 9.00-12 a.m.
The workshop will take place in PinniB1006 Central campus.
The event is organized in collaboration with the Research Centre PLURAL, but we encourage researchers and teachers of all disciplines to join.
Please register no later than May 2nd, here: https://elomake3.uta.fi/lomakkeet/23306/lomake.html
PROGRAMME 8.5. (9.00-12)
8.30- Morning coffee and opening
9.00 Keynote: Judith Hanks (University of Leeds, School of Education):
Teacher well-being, burnout and quality of life: Practitioners exploring praxis
9.45 Johanna Vaattovaara (PLURAL: Multidisciplinary Research Centre for Languages and Cultures) & Tiina Syrjä (Degree Programme in Theatre Arts/ITC):
Working for understanding through research-engagement in interdisciplinary learning environment
10.00 Satu Seppä (COMET: Tampere Research Centre for Journalism, Media and Communication/ITC):
Action research as co-creative learning: Case Conciliatory journalism project
10.15 Jari Väliverronen (TaRC: Tampere Research Centre for Russian and Chinese Media / ITC)
Combining lifelong learning with degree courses: Case Master Class project
10.45 Discussant: Jyri Lindén (EDU: Faculty of Education and Culture, University pedagogy)
11.10 Workshop table discussions: Reflections on exploratory practices
11.40 General discussion & questions
Casual get together lunch (Minerva, on own expense)