Welcome to a workshop on teaching and learning with Centre for the Advancement of University Teaching (CeUL).

This workshop is aimed for: teachers at Stockholm University

About the workshop

The Swedish Higher Education Authority (UKÄ) requests that equality between women and men must be taken into account and promoted in the processes at every level of the HEI’s organizations. Gender has also been discussed internationally in relation to higher education over decades. Vertical and horizontal gender segregation, glass ceilings or sticky floors are only some of the keywords in the policy debate on women and men in the university. However, much of the policy debate focuses on overarching, non-discipline specific issues. In this workshop we will highlight how gender can be understood as intersecting with disciplines in different ways, thereby illuminating what “a gender perspective” can mean for university teachers in different disciplines. The workshop leaders have their disciplinary belonging in different fields, Susanne in comparative education and  Anna in science education (with a background in physics).


In this workshop, we will discuss how gender (and other categories of difference) intersect with disciplinary practices and norms. We will provide a framework for reflecting on gender as not only related to the number of women and men, but as entangled with disciplinary cultures and disciplinary knowledge. How does gender matter in the teaching of history, physics, languages etc.? The workshop will take the participants’ experiences of teaching as a starting point for the workshop exercises. As such, participants will be able to contribute with their experiences of working with gender equality in their own disciplines. Obviously, integrating a gender content can look different in different fields. Working with gender sensitive teaching is, however, possible in all fields. Investigating teaching practices, developing a progression throughout programmes and taking (norm-) critical perspectives into account are some of the tools we have for such development work.


The purpose of this workshop is -in line with national initiatives for more equal participation, to discuss topics related to gender and teaching in higher education with a starting point in the experiences of the participants in their disciplines.

 

Time

22 November 2021 at 13—16
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E-meeting in Zoom

To participate in the workshop you will need a computer with the Zoom e-meeting service installed (see guide on how to install and log into Zoom)  and a headset with microphone.

Workshop leader

Susanne Kreitz-Sandberg, Associate Professor at the Department of Education and Anna Danielsson, Professor at the Department of Mathematics and Science Education

Litterature/Preparations To be decided
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An opportunity to explore and develop academic teaching skills that falls under category 2. Role model and mentor

The workshop offers tools and ideas for a professional approach to teaching

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CeUL offers workshops for all teachers at Stockholm University on a variety of teaching and learning topics. They are designed to meet the needs of both seasoned professionals and newcomers. Each session offers the opportunity to discuss shared experiences and knowledge with colleagues.

 

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Registration

Space is limited, so please be sure to register for any workshops you wish to attend. Participation is free of charge.

Registration for the workshop Gender and disciplinary norms: Does it matter in my teaching?