The conference "Integrating Research and Teaching" was hosted by The University of Copenhagen's 2016-project on research-based education. The aim of the conference was to inspire researchers and teachers with regard to improving their research-based teaching and to provide them with a platform for discussing research-based teaching, learning and education with their colleagues and other relevant parties.
Watch the keynote presentations and discussion below.
Watch the Keynote Presentation by Angela Brew:
Watch the Keynote Presentation by Camilla Østerberg Rump:
Watch the Discussion:
Angela Brew is a Professorial Fellow in the Learning and Teaching Centre at Macquarie University, Australia.
Camilla Østerberg Rump
Camilla Østerberg Rump is an Associate Professor at Department of Science Education, Faculty of Science.
The six workshops were divided in Session I and Session II. Find the abstracts for the workshops below.
Workshop 1: “Can knowledge and authority really be distributed? Didactic implications and practice based examples of teaching-based research and directed research communities”
Tine Damsholt, Professor & Marie Sandberg, Associate Professor at SAXO-Institute
Workshop 2: “Joint supervision as a short cut to teaching based research”
Hanne Nexø Jensen, Associate Professor at Department of Political Science, Faculty of Social Sciences.
Workshop 1: ”How can reading and writing be understood as scientific methodologies and form the basis for research-based teaching?"
Charlotte Baarts, Associate Professor & Lina Hauge Katan, Research assistant at Department of Sociology
Workshop 3: “Research based teaching in skill-oriented courses with a steep learning curve”
Pernille Gøtz, Research academic officer at TEACH, Faculty of Humanities.
Camilla Østerberg Rump
Tine Damsholt & Marie Sandberg
Hanne Nexø Jensen
Charlotte Baarts & Lina Hauge Katan
Testemonials - what inspired me?
"Blue skies research has inspired me to rethink the curriculum in the education I am involved in."
"Time and focus on how to change what is possible in times of severe economic restraints."
"The analysis of advantages/challenges in relation to involving students in RBE – provided a more detailed understanding."
"Interesting examples from the disciplines concept of blue skies curriculum."