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Winterschool 2013

Nwu-Winterschool

 
2003: The research group and the graduate school “Teaching and Learning of Science”, abbreviated as “nwu-essen”, were instituted by the German Research Foundation (DFG) at the University of Duisburg-Essen. In an interdisciplinary cooperation, experts from the fields of physics, chemistry and biology education, specialists in the psychology of learning and instruction, and educational scientists examined the problems of science education.  
Due to the expiration of the DFG grant’s maximum duration, the nwu-essen held a winter school for graduate students from February 12-14, 2013 in Essen.   The nwu winter school was a great opportunity for science education Ph.D. students to discuss the current state of their research und further planning of their dissertations.   In small groups consisting of not more than eight Ph.D. students and two or three experienced supervisors, each student gave a talk about their work’s current status.   This round also included the possibility to thoroughly discuss aims, designs, methods and results of the single projects.  
In addition, two plenary lectures  
 
Professional development of science teachers  
  Prof. Dr. J. v. Driel, Universität Leiden  
Many roads lead to Rome:  
  Why “good teaching” does not really depend on the selection of the “right” learning method
 
  Prof. Dr. A. Renkl, Universität Freiburg  
 
and various workshops were offered:  
 
Qualitative Content Analysis in Research on Learning and Instruction  
  Prof. Dr. M. Gläser-Zikuda, Universität Jena  
Strategies for making sense of data  
  Prof. Dr. R. Evans, Universität Kopenhagen; Prof. Dr. A. Kauertz, Universität Landau  
Introduction to video analysis  
  Prof. Dr. S. Rumann, Prof. Dr. M. Walpuski, beide Universität Duisburg-Essen  
In-depth Interviews for Research Studies and Evaluation Input – Developing Guides and Conducting Interviews  
  Dr. F. Choi, Universität Mainz  
Introduction to empirical research methods  
  Dr. M. Opfermann, Universität Duisburg-Essen  
Tests im Spannungsfeld von Individualdiagnostik und  
Bildungsmonitoring
 
  Prof. Dr. D. Leutner, Universität Duisburg-Essen

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