COURSE SYLLABUS

Degree project in Teaching and Learning 15 credits

Examensarbete i lärande
First cycle, A0010P
Version
Course syllabus valid: Autumn 2020 Sp 1 - Present
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Syllabus established

Last revised
by Anna Öqvist, Assistant Director of Undergraduate Studies at the Department of Arts, Communication and Education underdepartment Pedagogy, language and didactics 17 Jun 2020

Education level
First cycle
Grade scale
U G VG *
Subject
Educational Sciences/Education General
Subject group (SCB)
Educational Sciences/General Didactics

Entry requirements

In order to meet the general entry requirements for first cycle studies you must have successfully completed upper secondary education and documented skills in English language and AOU 1 and AOU 2 and all work-based education in previous courses or equivalent studies. · A teaching degree of 210 credit points requires at least one specialisation of · 60 credit points and one of 30 credit points. Exception: the immediately previous 30-point module may have a Pass of at least 22.5 credit points. To be continued in Remarks.


More information about English language requirements


Selection

The selection is based on 1-165 credits.



Course Aim
On completion of the course, the students should be able to apply an exploratory, problemizing and scientific approach to the work that teachers perform in practice, which implies being able to • formulate, describe, analyse and elaborate, in a scientific manner, problem areas related to teachers’ daily work; • reflect on and analyse their knowledge of teachers’ mission in relation to previous research and theories relevant to the mission; • constructively and critically review scientific works in various problem areas related to teachers’ daily work; • complete, present and defend a written scientific work.

Contents
The subject and research content to be dealt with is dependent on each student’s choice of problem area and approach to the problem.

Realization
The teaching is conducted in the form of memo seminars. Before each seminar, the students should prepare a written plan for the scientific work to be discussed in the seminar. Some of the teaching consists of individual or group supervision. Before each supervision session the students should prepare written material with questions to be dealt with. In the group supervision sessions, each student should present critical and constructive views on some other student’s written material.

Examination
The examination consists of each student completing a written scientific report (degree project). In addition to the report, each student is to both defend her/his own essay and examine another essay in a public seminar. An overall assessment is made using the marking scale U (Fail), G (Pass) and VG (Pass with Distinction). The degree project may be written in Swedish or English.

Remarks
With relevance to the educational mission, the students should • have an understanding of the theory of science and methods, data collection and analysis through observations, interviews and inquiries; • be able to search for and retrieve information; • be able to examine scientific sources critically and in the perspective of research ethics; • have an understanding of central theoretical schools relevant to the educational mission. Continued from Prerequisites: A teaching degree for upper secondary schools requires a Pass for two specialisations/advanced courses of 90/120 credit points. Exception: the immediately previous 30-point module may have a Pass of at least 22.5 crps.

Transition terms
Course A0010P is equal to course LUA304

Examiner
Kjell Johansson

Transition terms
The course A0010P is equal to LUA304

Literature. Valid from Autumn 2009 Sp 1 (May change until 10 weeks before course start)
Backman, J.(2000). Rapporter och uppsatser. Stockholm: Studentlitteratur. ISBN 91-44-00417-6 Codex. Regler och riktlinjer för humanistisk och samhällsvetenskaplig forskning. Hämtat 2006-12-14 från http://www.codex.uu.se/oversikter/humsam/humsam.html.
Nyberg, R. (2000). Skriv vetenskapliga uppsatser och avhandlingar med stöd av IT och Internet. Stockholm: Studentlitteratur. ISBN 91-44-01000-1
Svennings, C. (2000). Metodboken. Samhällsvetenskaplig metod och metodutveckling. Klassiska och nya metoder i informationssamhället. Källkritik på nätet. ISBN 91-974891-0-7
In addition, literature in the form of articles corresponding to about 250 pages will be provided.

Course offered by
Department of Health, Education and Technology

Modules
CodeDescriptionGrade scaleHPStatusFrom periodTitle
0001Degree projectU G VG *15.00MandatoryA07Yes

Guidelines
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