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Lärarprofession i en tid av förändringar. Konferensvolym från den tredje nationella ämneskonferensen i pedagogiskt arbete.

Edited book
Authors Eva Reimers
Martin Harling
Ingrid Henning Loeb
Karin Rönnerman
ISBN 978-91-86857-25-7
Publication year 2019
Published at Department of Education, Communication and Learning
Department of Education and Special Education
Department of Pedagogical, Curricular and Professional Studies
Language sv
Keywords pedagogiskt arbete
Subject categories Pedagogical Work


Pedagogiskt arbete – Educational practice is a relatively new research field in Sweden within the broader discipline of Educational Sciences. In 2000, it was formed as a subject for PhD studies, and has since then been established as a prominent field of research at several Swedish universities and university colleges. While there is a biannual national conference in Educational practice the field is still under construction. The aim of these conferences is to offer an arena where researchers and PhD -students can meet, prese nt their research, and assess the contributions from Educational practice to the broader discipline of Educational Sciences. In 2017, the University of Gothenburg hosted the conference, with the theme “The Teacher Profession in a Time of Change”, resultin g in this volume as a tangible outcome. It exemplifies research within the field, as well as forms a basis for using and developing the research. The seven chapters together demonstrate the relevance of research in Educational practice for education in pre schools. schools, higher education institutions, and other sites where education is at the core. The chapters in the book are on the following subjects: representations of teacher subjects in the media; professional identities of teachers in after school l eisure centres; professional identities in narratives of preschool- teacher narratives; how teachers relate to governance by policy documents; ambiguous aspects of systematic quality work in preschools; action research in order to raise awareness of the presence and significance of plants; aspects of educational activities; and, learning processes among youth in an impoverished Swedish suburb.

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