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Exploring the Borderland:a study on Reflections in University Science Education

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Microsoft Word - phd-sidste.doc Exploring the Borderland A Study on Reflections in University Science Educations Ph.D.-thesis by Ole Ravn Christensen Department of Education and Learning, University of Aalborg Funded by Centre for Educational Development in University Science Supervisor: Professor Ole Skovsmose, Department of Education and Learning, University of Aalborg Exploring the Borderland. A study on Reflections in University Science Education Ph.D. dissertation © 2003 - Ole Ravn Christensen ISBN 87-90934-98-9 (e-book publication) Published by Department of Learning and Education Aalborg University Langagervej 8 DK-9220 Aalborg, Denmark Tel +45 9635 9950 www.learning.aau.dk [email protected] Acknowledgements This thesis was written in the period from September 2000 till November 2003. I would like to thank the staff at the Department of Learning and Education, University of Aalborg, at the Centre for Science Education, University of Copenhagen, and at the Department of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Harvey Mudd College, Los Angeles, CA, for daily cooperation in the three year period. In addition, I am grateful to the people that have been part of the PhD.-network under Centre for Educational Development in University Science. Special gratitude goes to Kristina Brun Madsen, Anne-Marie Pedersen, Paola Valero, Anton Ehlers, Mogens Pahuus, Tomas Nielsen, Kasper Gøttsche, Mette Ravn and Ole Skovsmose who have in different ways discussed and inspired the process of writing. Theme I and III of Part II were first presented at the Nordic Summer School in 2001 and 2002. Pages 117-135 are a further development of a paper written in connection to an unfinished Pædagogikum education. The core of the arguments concerning Wittgenstein’s two conceptions of language (pages 156-158 and 162-169) are slightly changed versions of s

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