International doctoral course arranged by the Danish Centre for Museum Research
|Course dates:||March 13-15, 2013.|
|Registration:||Here before February 18, 2013. Please indicate whether you would like to participate with or without paper/video.|
|Paper/video submission:||To Bettina Ibsen before February 18, 2013. Please submit a five-page paper or a 5-10 minute video presentation of your research.|
|ECTS:||3 with paper/video, 1 without paper/video.|
There is a limit of 20 participating doctoral students. We invite all interested doctoral students to apply, Danish as well as international.
|Keynote speakers:||Dr. Lynn Dierking and Dr. François Mairesse.|
|Course language:||The course will be given in English.|
Is your doctoral work about learning in museums and how to analyse such learning? The field of research in museum education has considerable momentum both in Europe and in North America. Because these two regions are characterised by different and perhaps complementary approaches to research in museum education, this Nordic doctoral course is an ideal setting to contrast and discuss these differences and complementarities with experts and peers.
|Day 1:||Plenary addresses by Dr. Lynn Dierking and Dr. François Mairesse, followed by workshops that discuss the papers and presentations by the speakers|
|Day 2:||Nordic early-stage researchers present and discuss their recent research with the participants|
|Day 3:||Doctoral students discuss their own projects in smaller workgroups arranged by theme. The keynote speakers act as discussants for the students.|
The keynote speakers and early-stage researchers will be present throughout the programme to respond to the doctoral students’ questions and comments. They will have read/viewed the presentations of the participants in the thematic group they will be coaching, and they will serve as discussants and constructive coaches on the final day of the course.
The European Science Education Research Association Special Interest Group on Science Education in Out-of-School Contexts will award two travels grants of €100 for doctoral students who are accepted on to the course and who are ESERA members. See further information on this at http://www.esera.org
The Danish Centre for Museum Research (Dansk Center for Museumsforskning; www.museumsforskning.dk) consists of university departments distributed across Denmark, unified by our common interest in museum research. It is part of our strategy to advance museum research as well as the communication of museum research.