Keyword: Department of Education
While the policy discourses of internationalisation of higher education at systematic level are relatively recent, there is nothing new about its practices. Internationally acclaimed professor Fazal Rizvi started his two year term (2019-2020) as a visiting professor at the Centre for Research on Lifelong Learning and Education, and spoke about neoliberal rationality and the internationalization of higher education on his opening lecture.
26.4.2019 at 12.00 - 14.00
Lämpimästi tervetuloa kuuntelemaan kasvatustieteiden laitoksen professori Hannu Simolan jäähyväisluentoa “Koulun muuttamisen rajoista ja mahdollisuuksista – koulutussosiologinen näköala” pe 26.4. klo 12:00-14:00 (EDU1). Luento pidetään kaksikielisenä suomeksi ja englanniksi. Luentoa voi seurata myös...
24.4.2019 at 12.15 - 13.45
Neoliberal Rationality and the Internationalization of Higher Education Fazal Rizvi, The University of Melbourne While the policy discourses of internationalisation of higher education at systematic level are relatively recent, there is nothing new about its practices. Attempts to share and exchange...
Professor Martin Thrupp spoke at the Department of Education about a New Zealand primary school assessment policy called National Standards which was first announced in 2007 and was expected to improve the achievement of children. According to Thrupp, the policy has been a failure in many ways.
Department of Teacher Education hosted the NordFo 2016 -conference under the theme Make it NOW! Learning, Exploring, Understanding in the University of Turku in the Rauma Unit.
The 10th Anniversary of the Faculty of Education’s Master Degree Programme in Learning, Learning environments and Educational systems i.e. LLEES was celebrated on Thursday 22nd of October at Aula Café.
The publication discusses the comparative educational research in the Nordic countries.
The Ministry of Education of the Sultanate of Oman has approved the Finland University tender on developing the evaluation of the effectiveness of the teachers’ continuing education and initiating research. The project is carried out by the University of Turku. According to Finland University CEO Pasi Kaskinen the 18-month contract is considered a significant opportunity.