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Åke Ingerman

Professor

Åke Ingerman
Professor , Dean
ake.ingerman@gu.se
+46 31 786 2637
0766-182637

Room number: A1 141
Postal Address: Box 300, 40530 Göteborg
Visiting Address: Västra Hamngatan 25 , 41117 Göteborg


Faculty of Education (More Information)
Box 300
405 30 Göteborg
www.uf.gu.se
ufkansli@ped.gu.se
Fax: +46 317862242

Visiting Address: Västra Hamngatan 25 , 405 30 Göteborg

About Åke Ingerman

Research interests
My research aims towards developing the understanding of a multi-disciplinary knowledge content – pedagogical aspects of sicence and technology. The research primarily takes its starting point in pedagogical situations where students meet scientific and technological knowledge. My research has mainly used a phenomenographic appraoch and can broadly be described by three themes:

• The first and overarching theme concerns how the object of learning in science and technology is constituted in learning and teaching practices.
• The second theme, which is conceptually oriented, concerns ways in which students experience and understand critical concepts of science and technology.
• The third theme, which is a political component, aims at creating a collegiality within the science and technology community in order to develop education research in relation to the disciplines of science and technology and to support scholarly professional development.
 

Teaching interests
My main teaching is within graduate education. I also teach in teacher education and some pedagogy for higher education teachers in science and technology. Additionally, I supervise Ph D students concerning mathematics, science and technology education.
 

Key words
Technology education, physics education, higher education, phenomenography, variation theoy

 

Latest publications

Multiple theoretical lenses as an analytical strategy in researching group discussions
Maria Berge, Åke Ingerman
Research in Science and Technological Education, Journal article 2017
Journal article

Avoid, Control, Succumb, or Balance: Engineering Students’ Approaches to a Wicked Sustainability Problem
Johanna Lönngren, Åke Ingerman, Magdalena Svanström
Research in Science Education, Journal article 2016
Journal article

The New Engineer: Gender and Social Class in Information about Engineering Educations
Eva Silfver, Anna Danielsson, Åke Ingerman, Maria Berge
ECER, Dublin, Ireland, August 23-26. , Conference contribution 2016
Conference contribution

On insights into teaching and learning technological systems
Anders Berglund, Maria Svensson, Åke Ingerman
Different horizons: setting directions for phenomenographic research, EARLI Special Interest Group 9, Phenomenography and Variation Theory, Gothenburg 24-26 Aug., Conference contribution 2016
Conference contribution

On learning in the phenomenographic sense reconceptualised for dynamic and collaborative settings
Åke Ingerman, Shirley Booth
Different horizons: setting directions for phenomenographic research, EARLI Special Interest Group 9, Phenomenography and Variation Theory, Gothenburg 24-26 Aug., Conference contribution 2016
Conference contribution

Primary school teachers’ understanding of emerging conflicts
Ilse Hakvoort, Agneta Lundström, Kristoffer Larsson, Åke Ingerman
Different horizons: setting directions for phenomenographic research, EARLI Special Interest Group 9, Phenomenography and Variation Theory, Gothenburg 24-26 Aug, Conference contribution 2016
Conference contribution

Dealing with the multidimensionality of sustainability through the use of multiple perspectives – a theoretical framework
Johanna Lönngren, Magdalena Svanström, Åke Ingerman, John Holmberg
European Journal of Engineering Education, Journal article 2016
Journal article

Teaching and learning system thinking in technology
Maria Svensson, Åke Ingerman, Anders Berglund
Plurality and Complementarity of Approaches in Design and Technology Education: PATT29 conference proceedings. Apr 2015, Marseille, France, Conference paper 2015
Conference paper

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2017

Multiple theoretical lenses as an analytical strategy in researching group discussions
Maria Berge, Åke Ingerman
Research in Science and Technological Education, Journal article 2017
Journal article

2016

Avoid, Control, Succumb, or Balance: Engineering Students’ Approaches to a Wicked Sustainability Problem
Johanna Lönngren, Åke Ingerman, Magdalena Svanström
Research in Science Education, Journal article 2016
Journal article

The New Engineer: Gender and Social Class in Information about Engineering Educations
Eva Silfver, Anna Danielsson, Åke Ingerman, Maria Berge
ECER, Dublin, Ireland, August 23-26. , Conference contribution 2016
Conference contribution

On insights into teaching and learning technological systems
Anders Berglund, Maria Svensson, Åke Ingerman
Different horizons: setting directions for phenomenographic research, EARLI Special Interest Group 9, Phenomenography and Variation Theory, Gothenburg 24-26 Aug., Conference contribution 2016
Conference contribution

On learning in the phenomenographic sense reconceptualised for dynamic and collaborative settings
Åke Ingerman, Shirley Booth
Different horizons: setting directions for phenomenographic research, EARLI Special Interest Group 9, Phenomenography and Variation Theory, Gothenburg 24-26 Aug., Conference contribution 2016
Conference contribution

Primary school teachers’ understanding of emerging conflicts
Ilse Hakvoort, Agneta Lundström, Kristoffer Larsson, Åke Ingerman
Different horizons: setting directions for phenomenographic research, EARLI Special Interest Group 9, Phenomenography and Variation Theory, Gothenburg 24-26 Aug, Conference contribution 2016
Conference contribution

Dealing with the multidimensionality of sustainability through the use of multiple perspectives – a theoretical framework
Johanna Lönngren, Magdalena Svanström, Åke Ingerman, John Holmberg
European Journal of Engineering Education, Journal article 2016
Journal article

2015

Teaching and learning system thinking in technology
Maria Svensson, Åke Ingerman, Anders Berglund
Plurality and Complementarity of Approaches in Design and Technology Education: PATT29 conference proceedings. Apr 2015, Marseille, France, Conference paper 2015
Conference paper

Showing 1 - 10 of 77

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