An article made in to a animated film
The article titled "Trajectories of Powerful Knowledge and Epistemic Quality: Analysing the Transformations from Disciplines across School Subjects," authored by Brian Hudson, Niklas Gericke, Christina Olin-Scheller, and Martin Stolare, has been adapted into an animated film. This could be a new way to disseminate the research being conducted within Rose!
Link to the film: https://youtu.be/0HPm3keJGuA
Link to the article: Brian Hudson, Niklas Gericke, Christina Olin-Scheller & Martin Stolare (2023) Trajectories of powerful knowledge and epistemic quality: analysing the transformations from disciplines across school subjects,Journal of Curriculum Studies, 55:2, 119-137, DOI: 10.1080/00220272.2023.2182164
New funding autumn 2023
Congratulations to Marie Nilsberth for her grant for Exploratory Workshops from the Swedish Research Council for “EQUITÈ. Equal access to knowledge in technology-dense classrooms”. Congratulations also to Niklas Gericke for the same kind of contribution for “Conceptualization of Genes: Distinguishing Between Genetic Essentialism, Genetic Determinism and Genetic Reductionism”, and to Kenneth Nordgren for “DecoloNICE. Decolonization of Nordic history education”.
Congratulations to project manager Martin Stolare for funding from the Swedish Institute for Educational Research for the three-year research project “To establish a sense of community: The local cultural heritage in social studies education in primary school”
Conference University of Trier 14-16 May 2024, Transnational and Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Subject Didactics.