Sökning: "Åsa Mäkitalo"
Visar resultat 1 - 5 av 7 avhandlingar innehållade orden Åsa Mäkitalo.
1. Ur kurs : Utbytesstudenters rörelser i tid och rum
Sammanfattning : The aim of this dissertation is to study exchange students’ movement and exchange studies as a trajectory in time and space. The dissertation is based on interviews with fourteen Korean exchange students at Swedish universities. The theoretical framework is based on Actor–Network Theory (ANT). LÄS MER
2. Expansive design for teachers : An activity theoretical approach to design and work integrated learning
Sammanfattning : This thesis explores how Participatory Design (PD) and Cultural Historical Activity Theory (CHAT) can be combined and used as a theoretical framework and methodology in a professional development activity for teachers. A shift in the way we view teachers, from implementors to designers who actively construct, invent, and develop the practice of schooling also calls for changes in teacher education and professional development activities. LÄS MER
3. Helpdesking : Knowing and learning in IT support practices
Sammanfattning : The background of this doctoral thesis is an interest in work achievement over extended time periods in specialized and technology-infused workplaces. Globalization, digitalization and increased focus on customer services are constituent aspects that have been claimed responsible for the current changes in the way work practices and teamwork are organized. LÄS MER
4. Online teaching practices : Sociomaterial matters in higher education settings
Sammanfattning : The aim of this study was to describe and analyse online teaching practices in the Swedish higher education context. The study had an online ethnographic approach and was based on empirical data on the teaching in two university courses. LÄS MER
5. Samarbete genom samtal : En samtalsanalytisk studie av multiprofessionella teamkonferenser inom smärtrehabilitering
Sammanfattning : The thesis investigates team talk and team collaboration from a dialogical perspective, and is based on video recordings of 15 multiprofessional team conferences involving a pain rehabilitation team. The analyses also draw upon a vast material of interviews, field notes and documents collected during almost a year of fieldwork at the clinic. LÄS MER