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Session Overview
Date: Tuesday, 14/June/2022
5:00pm
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8:00pm
Boat trip
The boat ‘Maarten’ will depart from pier 6 (Kai 6, Rådhusgata 18). Please show up no later than 16:45. We leave at 17:00 and will return around 20:00.
Date: Wednesday, 15/June/2022
8:30am
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5:00pm
Registration day 1
Location: Vrimlehallen
9:00am
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9:30am
Conference opening: by UiA's Rector Sunniva Whittaker
Location: B1 001
Chair: Inger Marie Dalehefte
Chair/Tech. support: Lene Cherize Haugland Sirevåg
PW: 93141
Zoom
9:30am
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10:30am
Keynote 1: Prof. Karin Murris - Responsibility and nonhuman contributions to agency
Location: B1 001
Chair: Soern Menning
PW: 93141
Zoom
10:30am
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11:00am
Coffee/Tea Break 1a
Location: Vrimlehallen
11:00am
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12:30pm
P 1.1: Intercultural competence
Location: D3 016
Chair: Helen Eikeland
Chair/Tech. support: Lene Cherize Haugland Sirevåg
PW: 521950
Zoom
 

The potential of learning about Europe to foster non-European students’ European identity

Beatriz Matafora, Johanna Ziemes, Hermann-Josef Abs

University of Duisburg Essen, Germany



Musing on the purpose of intercultural education in the Anthropocene: Some challenges and potentialities

Frédérique Brossard Børhaug

VID specialized University, Norway



Children’s Laughter in the primary classroom - a corporal event as part of a ´democracy to come ´

Lene Cherize H. Sirevåg, Soern Finn Menning

University of Agder, Norway



Critical thinking and intercultural competence instigated by teacher-in-role: two sides of the same coin?

Michel Cabot, Gunn Tone Iversen, Anne-Beate Ulveseth Lilletvedt

Høyskulen på Vestlandet, Norway

P 1.2: Ethics and Justice
Location: D3 018
Chair: Esther Canrinus
Chair/Tech. support: Helene Berntsen
PW: 189003
Zoom
 

The role of controversial issues in Civic education

Evy Jøsok, Anders Kjøstvedt

OsloMet, Norway



Teachers encountering the Education Act: How do Norwegian teachers’ self-efficacy and job satisfaction relate to reporting cases of impaired psychosocial environment?

Annette-Pascale Denfeld, Esther Tamara Canrinus, Inger Marie Dalehefte

University of Agder, Norway



Epistemic Injustice in a parenting support programme for refugees in Norway

Tale Steen-Johnsen, Lisbeth Ljosdal Skreland

University of Agder, Norway

S 1.1: The promise of empirical ethics in moral and democratic education
Location: B3 001
Chair/Tech. support: Mathilde Dahlen Svendsen
PW: 780964
Zoom
 

The promise of empirical ethics in moral and democratic education

Chair(s): Trine Anker (MF Norwegian School of Theology, Religion and Society, Norway)

Discussant(s): Gunhild Maria Hugdal (University of Agder)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Theorizing citizenship ideals: a contribution from the standpoint of empirical ethics

Emil Sætra
MF Norwegian School of Theology, Religion and Society

 

How to work with othering and racialized power relations when addressing professional ethics in teacher education: A self-critical view on practice.

Claudia Lenz, Trine Anker
MF Norwegian School of Theology, Religion and Society

 

Empirical ethics and democracy education – a theoretical discussion

Geir Afdal
MF Norwegian School of Theology, Religion and Society

S 1.2: Democratic and sustainable change in high-risk groups
Location: B3 004
Chair/Tech. support: Elin Marie Kostøl
PW: 201421
Zoom
 

Capacity building for democratic and sustainable change in high-risk groups.

Chair(s): David Galloway (University of Durham), Heidi Omdal (University of Agder)

Discussant(s): Kristin Endresen-Maharaj (University of Agder)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Creating parent capacity in cases of selective mutism.

Heidi Omdal
University of Agder

 

The power of cooperation for school refusal.

Trude Havik
University of Stavanger

 

Creating a democratic school: Research on classroom pedagogy and professional learning networks in the UK, Norway and Sierra Leone, West Africa.

David Galloway
University of Durham

12:30pm
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1:30pm
JURE Lunch
Location: Canteen
Chair: Lene Cherize Haugland Sirevåg
Lunch 1
Location: Canteen
1:30pm
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2:30pm
Keynote 2: Prof. Katrin Hahn-Laudenberg & Prof. Heike Wendt - Recognition and participation through the lenses of large-scale-assessments
Location: B1 001
Chair: Inger Marie Dalehefte
PW: 93141
Zoom
2:30pm
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3:00pm
Coffee/Tea Break 1b
Location: Vrimlehallen
3:00pm
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4:30pm
P 2.1: Democratic Education
Location: D3 016
Chair: Kristin Endresen-Maharaj
Chair/Tech. support: Soroor Rostami
PW: 521950
Zoom
 

Making reasoning about social problems sustainable - Educative curriculum materials to promote students’ social scientific reasoning

Thomas Klijnstra1, Geerte Savenije1, Gerard Ruijs1, Gerhard Stoel2, Carla van Boxtel1

1: University of Amsterdam, Netherlands, The; 2: Radboud University Nijmegen, Netherlands, The



Teaching for a sustainable democracy through cultural references in the classroom – a Bildung-centered general didactic perspective

Ilmi Willbergh, Turid Skarre Aasebø

University of Agder, Norway



Autonomy in student classroom interactions – an empirical qualitative study from a perspective of symbolic interactionism

Chanette Catharina Bach Mikkelsen

University of Agder, Norway

S 2.1: VaKE-Education
Location: B3 001
Chair/Tech. support: Lene Vaala
PW: 639652
Zoom
 

The VaKE Handbook

Chair(s): Jean-Luc Patry (Paris-Lodron University of Salzburg, Austria)

Discussant(s): Aslaug Kristiansen (University of Agder, Kristiansand, Norway)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

VaKE: Introduction and values

Jean-Luc Patry1, Sieglinde Weyringer2
1Paris-Lodron University of Salzburg, 2Association for Values and Knowledge Education

 

Knowledge acquisition in VaKE

Dimitris Pnevmatikos1, Jean-Luc Patry2, Panagiota Christodoulou1
1University of Western Macedonia, Greece, 2Paris-Lodron University of Salzburg

 

The VaKE Handbook: Practice of VaKE

Frédérique Brossard Børhaug
VID Specialized University, Norway

S 2.2: Radicalization and Extremism
Location: B3 004
Chair/Tech. support: Martine Stavrum Salater
PW: 201421
Zoom
 


The Challenge of Radicalization and Extremism: Integrating Research on Education and Citizenship in the Context of Migration (Digital/Face-to-face)

Chair(s): Eveline Gutswiller-Helfenfinger (University of Duisburg-Essen)

Discussant(s): Wiel Veugelers (University of Humanistic Studies in Utrecht, NL)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Introduction - Bringing Together the Discourse on Migration, Integration, and Citizenship Education in Times of Radicalization (Digital)

Hermann Josef Abs, Eveline Gutswiller-Helfenfinger, Kerstin Göbel
University of Duisburg-Essen

 

The Relationship Between Minority Students’ Ethnic Identity, Perceived Discrimination, and Their Self-Esteem (Digital)

Kerstin Göbel, Zuzanna M. Preusche
University of Duisburg-Essen

 

Raising Children to Become Democratic Citizens: Educational Initiatives for Preventing Extremism and Radicalization in Norway

Inger Marie Dalehefte1, Georg Kristoffer Fjalsett2, Aslaug Kristiansen1
1University of Agder, 2ARKIVET Peace and Human Rights Centre

 

The Role of the Quality of Social Relationships at School in Predicting Students’ Endorsement of a Pre-Extremist Attitude Towards Religion

Eveline Gutswiller-Helfenfinger, Johanna Ziemes
University of Duisburg-Essen

 
4:30pm
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5:00pm
Coffee/Tea Break 1c
Location: Vrimlehallen
5:00pm GRWC: General reception and World Cafe
Location: Vrimlehallen
Date: Thursday, 16/June/2022
8:30am
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5:00pm
Registration day 2
Location: Vrimlehallen
9:00am
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10:00am
Keynote 3: Prof. Gert Biesta - Teaching uncommon values: A different future for European democratic education
Location: B1 001
Chair: Dag Øystein Nome
PW: 997738
Zoom
10:00am
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10:30am
Coffee/Tea Break 2a
Location: Vrimlehallen
10:30am
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12:00pm
P 3.1: Democratic and moral values in school
Location: D3 016
Chair: Turid Aasebø
Chair/Tech. support: Chanette Catharina Bach Mikkelsen
PW: 831642
 
Zoom
 

Education for acting morally and acting democratically - interrelationships and interdependences

Sieglinde Weyringer1,2, Jean-Luc Patry2,1

1: AVaKE Association for Values and Knowledge Education, Austria; 2: PLUS University of Salzburg, Austria



An Integrated Principle-based Approach to Educational Ethics

Sabrina Bacher

University of Innsbruck, Austria



Enhancing critical thinking in whole-class dialogues on sustainability issues in primary school

Marthe Berg Andresen Reffhaug, Emilia Andersson-Bakken, Kirsti Marie Jegstad

OsloMet, Norway



How to create a democratic group experience in the classroom through disagreement about the meaning of the content.

Gro Gardå

University of Agder, Norway

P 3.2: Civic and Citizenship
Location: D3 018
Chair: Velibor Bobo Kovac
Chair/Tech. support: Elin Marie Kostøl
PW: 872415
 
Zoom
 

Review of International Civic and Citizenship Survey Data Analyses of Student Political Efficacy

Eva Kosberg1, Tessa Eriksen Grevle2

1: Oslo Metropolitan University; 2: Viken County, Oslo Metropolitian University



Civic Dissonances and Active Citizenship: The Case of Arab-Palestinian Students in Israel

Aline Muff, Aviv Cohen

Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel



Political Identity and Political Attitudes in 14 Year old Students – Results from the International Civic and Citizenship Education Study 2016

Johanna F. Ziemes

University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany



Awaking civic engagement in early adolescence: an interview study with 12-13-year-old students

Miikka Korventausta1, Tomi Jaakkola2, Tero Järvinen1, Marjaana Veermans1

1: University of Turku, Finland; 2: Tampere University, Finland

S 3.1: Democratic challenges in society
Location: B3 001
Chair/Tech. support: Irina Ivashenko Amdal
PW: 264994
Zoom
 

Education and challenges to the development of democratic mindsets in contemporary society

Chair(s): Roger Säljö (University of Gothenburg, Sweden)

Discussant(s): Roger Säljö (University of Gothenburg)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Exploring teachers and pre-service teachers’ approaches to polarization tendencies in the context of pupil’s interaction

Aslaug Kristiansen, Kristin Endresen-Maharaj, Åse Haraldstad
University of Agder

 

Tribal learning and teaching as cultural re-appropriation - A case from rural Norway

Helen Eikeland
University of Agder

 

Democratic pilgrimage: Swedish students’ understanding of study trips to Holocaust memorial sites

Ola Flennegård, Christer Mattsson
University of Gothenburg

12:00pm
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1:00pm
Lunch 2
Location: Canteen
1:00pm
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2:00pm
Keynote 4: Ass. Prof. Steen Nepper-Larsen - In Defense of Bildung as Critique (15 MIN DELAY!)
Location: B1 001
Chair: Eva Gulløv
PW: 997738 Download script: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1flUumrFv3Jwoq5Ey1_l5f7yUn0-B190h/view?usp=sharing
 
Zoom
2:00pm
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3:00pm
Poster 00: Postersession (15 MIN DELAY)
Location: Vrimlehallen
Chair: Esther Canrinus
Chair/Tech. support: Marianne Matre
Short individual presentations (ca. 3-4 min.) per poster
Poster 01
Location: Vrimlehallen
 

The moral dimension of adolescents’ bystander intentions

Mareike Brehmer1, Jennifer Meyer2

1: University of Agder, Norway; 2: Leibniz Institute for Science and Mathematics Education (IPN), Germany

Poster 02
Location: Vrimlehallen
 

Effectiveness of different instructional methods in social studies: implications for teaching students from varying political socialization backgrounds

Miikka Korventausta1, Venla Hannuksela2, Josefina Sipinen2

1: University of Turku, Finland; 2: Tampere University, Finland

Poster 03: cancelled
Location: Vrimlehallen
Poster 04
Location: Vrimlehallen
 

Explaining effectiveness: How the school climate influences citizenship competences of students with and without special educational needs

Lianne Hoek

University of Amsterdam, Netherlands, The

Poster 05
Location: Vrimlehallen
 

Teachers and historical consciousness

Georg Kristoffer Fjalsett

ARKIVET Peace and Human Rights Centre/UiA, Norway

Poster 06
Location: Vrimlehallen
 

Critical Thinking in Education for Sustainable Development: status of moral order?

Sonia Felix

NTNU, Norway

Poster 07
Location: Vrimlehallen
 

Jumping from one outer edge to the other - discourses about extremism in school after the introduction of the new curriculum LK20 in Norway

Thale-Kristin Stalenget

University of Oslo, Norway

Poster 08
Location: Vrimlehallen
 

Opportunities for moral formation in Business Education

Cathrine Borgen

NLA University College, Norway

Poster 09
Location: Vrimlehallen
 

Innovations for citizenship and sustainability in lower secondary schools in a Norwegian municipality

Neha Singh Gabrielsen

Department of Education, University of Oslo, Norway

Poster 10
Location: Vrimlehallen
 

Knitted contemporary art as a narrative path to democratic education

Line Mastad

Agder University, Norway

Poster 11
Location: Vrimlehallen
3:00pm
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3:30pm
Coffee/Tea Break 2b
Location: Vrimlehallen
3:30pm
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4:30pm
Maslovaty Award Session
Location: D3 018
Chair: Eveline Gutzwiller-Helfenfinger
PW: 997738
 
Zoom
 

General information about the Maslovaty Award (Digital)

Dorit Alt

Kinneret College on the Sea of Galilee, Israel



Young Researcher Award 2021: How do schools affect inequalities in political participation: compensation of social disadvantage or provision of differential access? (Digital)

Daniel Deimel

University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany



Senior Researcher Award: Teachers’ organizational participation: Profiles in 12 countries and correlates in teaching-related practices (Digital)

Frank Reichert

University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R. (China)

4:45pm
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6:00pm
Business meeting
Location: D3 018
Chair: Eveline Gutzwiller-Helfenfinger
Chair/Tech. support: Inger Marie Dalehefte
PW: 997738
Zoom
7:30pm Conference dinner
The conference dinner will take place at Sjøhuset, Østre Strandgate 12. If you have registered for the dinner, you will receive a voucher for the dinner in your conference bag.
Date: Friday, 17/June/2022
9:00am
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10:00am
Keynote 5: Prof. Claudia Lenz - Developing teachers' democratic professional ethos through self-reflection - a precondition for democratic school culture and student empowerment
Location: B1 001
Chair: Aslaug Kristiansen
PW: 229908
Zoom
10:00am
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10:15am
Coffee/Tea Break 3
Location: Vrimlehallen
10:15am
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11:45am
P 4.1: Political and social education
Location: D3 016
Chair: Turid Aasebø
Chair/Tech. support: Chanette Catharina Bach Mikkelsen
PW: 669567
 
Zoom
 

Global policy in national curriculum – a case study of the didactisation of UN efforts to shape a better world for all into social studies education in Norway

Kari-Mette Walmann Hidle1, Elin Sæther2

1: University of Agder, Norway; 2: University of Oslo, Norway



Sources of Political Efficacy in the Social Studies Classroom: A Qualitative Investigation of Norwegian Lower Secondary Students’ Perceptions

Eva Kosberg

Oslo Metropolitan University



Can historical thinking foster democratic citizenship? A cluster randomized controlled intervention study (Digital)

Marjolein Wilke, Fien Depaepe, Karel Van Nieuwenhuyse

KU Leuven, Belgium



How civics teachers think about politics. Empirical findings on their political views and habitus from Germany and Israel

Tim Zosel

University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany

P 4.2: Understanding teacher's beliefs and practices
Location: D3 018
Chair: David Lansing Cameron
Chair/Tech. support: Emmanuel Tay
PW: 110391
Zoom
 

Teachers’ concepts of man and their pedagogical beliefs (Digital)

Tobias Kärner1, Detlef Sembill2

1: University of Hohenheim, Germany; 2: University of Bamberg, Germany



Searching for Democracy in Education: Construction and Validation of the Teachers’ Democratic Practices Scale (TDPS)

Soroor Rostami

university of Agder, Norway



Teachers' perspectives on a good expert assessment and its relevance to special needs education

Maryann Jortveit, Elin Kostøl

University of Agder, Norway



Perceptions of Teachers and Students regarding the Inclusion of Students with Special Educational Needs During the COVID-19 Pandemic in Norway

Esther Canrinus, Marianne Matre, David Cameron

University of Agder, Norway

S 4.1: Fostering Teacher Ethos
Location: B3 001
Chair/Tech. support: Tina Binfield-Skøie
PW: 209308
Zoom
 

How to study and foster teacher Ethos: Comparing approaches in an emerging field of research

Chair(s): Karin Heinrichs (University of Teacher Education Upper Austria, Austria)

Discussant(s): Jean-Luc Patry (University Salzburg)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

The Three Dimensions of Teachers' ICT Ethos: The Empirical Assessment of Ethical Responsibility in the Field of ICT (Video)

Arvid Nagel, Biedermann Horst
University of Teacher Education St. Gallen

 

Respectful forms of practice in the classroom as an expression of a conception of human beings of respect for diversity and a resulting pedagogical attitude

Sabine Albert
University College of Teacher Education Vienna

 

Building appreciative relationships in school – A social facet of teacher ethos

Karin Heinrichs
University of Teacher Education Upper Austria

11:45am
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12:30pm
Lunch 3
Location: Canteen
12:30pm
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2:00pm
P 5.1: Participation
Location: D3 016
Chair: Irina Ivashenko Amdal
Chair/Tech. support: Kristin Endresen-Maharaj
PW: 669567
 
Zoom
 

Participatory teaching-learning arrangements as a basis for democratic education: conditions, design features, and effects of participation at school (Digital)

Tobias Kärner1, Yannick Fritzsche2, Michael Jüttler2, Elisabeth Maué2, Stephan Schumann2

1: University of Hohenheim, Germany; 2: University of Konstanz, Germany



Critical Thinking and Democratic Participation among Upper Secondary Students in Norway Students Expressed Experiences in the Lens of the Capability Approach

Åshild Berg-Brekkhus1, Tobias Werler2

1: Western Norway University of Applied Scieces, Norway; 2: University of Oslo, Norway



Determinants of trainees’ intended political participation

Robin Busse1, Philine Krebs1, Seeber Susan1, Jürgen Seifried2

1: University of Goettingen, Germany; 2: University of Mannheim, Germany



Students’ participation: how it is understood and experienced by second-year teacher students

Irina Ivashenko Amdal, Kristin Endresen-Maharaj

University of Agder, Norway

P 5.2: Age and Lifelong Learning
Location: D3 018
Chair: Stefanie Hillen
Chair/Tech. support: Jon Terje Hegghaug
PW: 110391
Zoom
 

Non-formal further education: Innovative political education initiatives for democratic participation

Stefanie Hillen1, Rainer Christ2

1: University of Agder, Norway; 2: Head of Ministry (ret.) of Science, Culture and Further Education, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany



Re-framing age: intra-generational relations and practice for sustainable democracy

Joanna Haynes1, Lois Peach2

1: University of Plymouth, UK, United Kingdom; 2: University of Bristol, United Kingdom

S 5.1: Professional Ethos
Location: B3 001
Chair/Tech. support: Tina Binfield-Skøie
PW: 209308
Zoom
 

Making Care and Concern for the Emotions of Students Part of the Professional Ethos of Teachers

Chair(s): Sabine Albert (University College of Teacher Education, Vienna)

Discussant(s): Karin Heinrichs (de Pedagogische hochschule oberosterreich)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

A theoretical model of teachers’ moral health – Applied in an exploratory study on teachers’ beliefs on digital literacy education

Ittner Doris
Pädagogische Hochschule Bern (PHBern)

 

Promoting care and concern for students’ emotions through incorporating the Development of Social-Emotional Skills into Teachers’ Ethos

Niva Dolev, Yariv Itzkovich
Kinneret College on the Sea of Galilee

 

Teachers’ professional ethos in tackling school bullying (Video)

Eveline Gutzwiller-Helfenfnger
Universitat Frieburg

2:00pm
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2:30pm
Closing ceremony
Location: B1 001
Chair: Eveline Gutzwiller-Helfenfinger
Chair/Tech. support: Inger Marie Dalehefte
PW: 229908
Zoom

 
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