MIND Data session: Merve Bozbıyık (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid), 1 December, Västerås

Our next data session will take place on the 1st of December at Mälardalen University, Västerås (U3-104) at 13:15. Merve Bozbıyık (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid) will share data on Peer Interaction in breakout rooms in an online EMI classroom. During the session, an extract based on a collaborative group activity in an online Psychology courseContinue reading “MIND Data session: Merve Bozbıyık (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid), 1 December, Västerås”

Questions and agency in the older adult language classroom

As life-long-learning initiatives have spread around the world, there are now more language courses offered to older-adults. However, we know very little about the interactional dynamics of classrooms in which older-adults learn languages. In this guest blog post, researcher Mara van der Ploeg (University of Groningen, the Netherlands) and her colleagues share their research findingsContinue reading Questions and agency in the older adult language classroom

Call for chapters: Conversation Analysis as a Change Agent in Language Teacher Education

We are soliciting manuscripts for an edited volume on conversation analysis as a change agent in language teacher education. Over the last decade, conversation analytic (CA) findings from classroom discourse studies have started feeding into language teacher education contexts, yielding a number of CA-based teacher training frameworks such as SETT (Walsh 2013), IMDAT (Sert, 2019)Continue reading “Call for chapters: Conversation Analysis as a Change Agent in Language Teacher Education”

How do teachers handle errors in mathematics classrooms?

How teachers handle errors of students in classrooms has been a topic of interest for researchers across disciplines. Mathematics is no exception to this. In this guest blog post, researchers Odd Tore Kaufmann (Østfold University College, Norway), Maria Larsson (MIND & M-TERM Research groups, Mälardalen University, Sweden) and Andreas Ryve (M-TERM Research group, Mälardalen University,Continue reading How do teachers handle errors in mathematics classrooms?

MIND Data sessions, Autumn 2022

Please get in touch with Olcay Sert (olcay.sert[at]mdu.se) if you want to join in. ________________________________________________________ MIND Data Sessions – Autumn 2022 ——————— 13 October: Olcay Sert, Marwa Amri, Annaliina Gynne (Mälardalen University) Transforming situated language policies through data-led reflections on classroom interaction (CA/Ethnography data session) U3-083, Västerås, 13:15-14:45 ——————— 3 November: Teppo Jakonen (University ofContinue reading “MIND Data sessions, Autumn 2022”

Some reflections on the ECER 2022 conference: from Mälardalen to Yerevan

Originally posted on Olcay Sert:
I am one of those who think that one needs to balance “big” and more focused “small” conferences during a year: you can dig in deep in more subject/methodology/field specific small conferences, and map the broader field in a big one. For me, the European Conference on Educational Research (ECER)…

At the crossroads of artefacts, technologies, and pedagogies: Interactional pathways for learning and teaching

Mälardalen INteraction & Didactics (MIND) Research group is organizing a symposium on the 15th of June in Västerås. The theme of the symposium is “At the crossroads of artefacts, technologies, and pedagogies: Interactional pathways for learning and teaching”. Together with researchers from different universities in Sweden and Finland, we will discuss our ongoing research asContinue reading “At the crossroads of artefacts, technologies, and pedagogies: Interactional pathways for learning and teaching”

Data session with Teppo Jakonen (Finland): Telepresence robot mediated classroom interaction

3 June 2021, Online data session: Teppo Jakonen (University of Jyväskylä, Finland) Telepresence robot mediated classroom interaction Zoom, 13:15-14:45 (CET) Please get in touch with Marwa Amri at marwa.amri@mdh.se for the Zoom link and the password.

Change of date: Data session on telepresence robot mediated classroom interaction

Teppo Jakonen’s online data session “Telepresence robot mediated classroom interaction” has been postponed to the 3rd of June, 13:15 (CET). See the updated list of data session below. Get in touch with us at olcay.sert@mdh.se or marwa.amri@mdh.se for information.