Klasserummets og klasserumsforskningens mikro- og makropolitikker: Danmark som eksempel

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Resumé

The political and public demand for classroom research as evidence for policy plays an increasing role in debates about Danish educational politics and policy implementation with regard to general school reform as well as with regard to the politics of religious education. The question is what understanding of classroom research is at stake in such discussions. The essay takes its point of departure in a reading of this situation, and it suggests a broader curriculum- and sociologically based concept for how to understand the classroom on a societal macro-level and on a daily life practice micro-level among teachers and pupils. Based on this concept, inspired by the curriculum historian and sociologist Ulf P. Lundgren, the state of the art of Danish RE research with education practice at the center is discussed, as well as possible future directions.
Bidragets oversatte titelKlasserummets og klasserumsforskningens mikro- og makropolitikker: Danmark som eksempel
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelResearching Religious Education : Classroom Processes and Outcomes
RedaktørerFriedrich Schweitzer, Reinhold Boschki
Antal sider12
Udgivelses stedNew York / Münster
ForlagWaxmann Verlag
Publikationsdato2018
Udgave1
Sider331-342
Kapitel21
ISBN (Trykt)978-3-8309-3719-7
StatusUdgivet - 2018

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Denmark
classroom
politics
curriculum
religious education
school reform
policy implementation
macro level
micro level
sociologist
historian
pupil
demand
teacher
evidence
education

Emneord

  • Classroom Research
  • Politics of Education
  • Policy
  • Religious Education
  • Religious Education Research
  • Competition state
  • Globalization

Citer dette

Buchardt, M. (2018). The Micro- and Macro-Politics of the Classroom and of Classroom Research: The Case of Denmark. I F. Schweitzer, & R. Boschki (red.), Researching Religious Education: Classroom Processes and Outcomes (1 udg., s. 331-342). New York / Münster: Waxmann Verlag.
Buchardt, Mette. / The Micro- and Macro-Politics of the Classroom and of Classroom Research : The Case of Denmark. Researching Religious Education: Classroom Processes and Outcomes. red. / Friedrich Schweitzer ; Reinhold Boschki. 1. udg. New York / Münster : Waxmann Verlag, 2018. s. 331-342
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