From ideas to outcomes:
learning from
research collaboration with
African partner universities
CRI Teaching through Resear...
24 March 2014 elina.k.lehtomaki@jyu.fi
Exclusion
Dropout
What do we know?
What do we not
know?
How could we know
better?
24 March 2014 elina.k.lehtomaki@jyu.fi
C...
Previous research and critique on education
development in sub-Saharan Africa
Increased access to primary education but:
-...
Educated Girls and Women in Tanzania:
Socio-cultural Interpretations on
the Meaning of Education
A multidisciplinary resea...
From sharing ideas to research
24 March 2014 elina.k.lehtomaki@jyu.fi
Outputs: three doctoral dissertations
24 March 2014 elina.k.lehtomaki@jyu.fi
Hanna Posti-Ahokas:
Female Students’
Perspect...
24 March 2014 elina.k.lehtomaki@jyu.fi
Lehtomäki & Hukkanen (forthcoming): Tanzanian girls and
women with [dis]abilities claiming their right to education
Learning (and teaching) through
research collaboration
Dialogue, dialogue, dialogue:
– Working conditions: access to resea...
What about outcomes?
24 March 2014 elina.k.lehtomaki@jyu.fi
New projects and collaboration
Culturally responsive teacher education
(Ghana, Tanzania, South Africa, Finland)
African-Fi...
Global Connectedness: Student Voices on the Value of
Cross-cultural Learning Dialogue
Lehtomäki, E., Posti-Ahokas, H., Moa...
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CRI - Teaching Through Research - Elina Lehtomaki - From Ideas to Outcome

  1. 1. From ideas to outcomes: learning from research collaboration with African partner universities CRI Teaching through Research workshop Elina Lehtomäki 24 March 2014
  2. 2. 24 March 2014 elina.k.lehtomaki@jyu.fi
  3. 3. Exclusion Dropout What do we know? What do we not know? How could we know better? 24 March 2014 elina.k.lehtomaki@jyu.fi Consultancy: education development in Tanzania UNESCO Capacity Building in Africa Bilateral cooperation: Ministry of Education, Ethiopia First ideas of three people in three different projects:
  4. 4. Previous research and critique on education development in sub-Saharan Africa Increased access to primary education but: - shortage of qualitified teachers - high dropouts rates - out-of-school children - inadequate quality and poor relevance of learning - inequality in advancement - top-down policy processes and leadership - weak connections between school and wider society WHAT DO THE STUDENTS SAY? 24 March 2014 elina.k.lehtomaki@jyu.fi
  5. 5. Educated Girls and Women in Tanzania: Socio-cultural Interpretations on the Meaning of Education A multidisciplinary research project explores achievements and challenges of educational equity policies, processes and practices in Tanzania. The focus is on socio-cultural interpretations of the meaning of education for girls and women, including girls and women with disabilities. The studies analyze experience and perceptions of girls and women, who, against odds, have succeeded to continue their educational path up to secondary and higher education, on the meaning of education in their lives and factors contributing to advancement.
  6. 6. From sharing ideas to research 24 March 2014 elina.k.lehtomaki@jyu.fi
  7. 7. Outputs: three doctoral dissertations 24 March 2014 elina.k.lehtomaki@jyu.fi Hanna Posti-Ahokas: Female Students’ Perspectives of Relevance of Secondary Education in Tanzania – A critical social explanation Magreth Matonya: Accessibility of Higher Learning in Tanzania, Experiences of Women with Disabilities
  8. 8. 24 March 2014 elina.k.lehtomaki@jyu.fi
  9. 9. Lehtomäki & Hukkanen (forthcoming): Tanzanian girls and women with [dis]abilities claiming their right to education
  10. 10. Learning (and teaching) through research collaboration Dialogue, dialogue, dialogue: – Working conditions: access to research literature, library services, funding of field work, advisors – Leadership and administration: high vs. low authority, top-down vs. collaborative – Knowledge: local context and global picture, research approaches, methods and culturally, socially appropriate applications and innovations  Shared views, diverse approaches, long-term collaboration and new partnerships 24 March 2014 elina.k.lehtomaki@jyu.fi
  11. 11. What about outcomes? 24 March 2014 elina.k.lehtomaki@jyu.fi
  12. 12. New projects and collaboration Culturally responsive teacher education (Ghana, Tanzania, South Africa, Finland) African-Finnish Network for Inclusive Teacher Education (Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania, Finland) From Disability to Capability Influencing programmes of intergovernmental and international organisations, e.g. UN inclusive education in post-2015 Millennium Development Goals 24 March 2014 elina.k.lehtomaki@jyu.fi
  13. 13. Global Connectedness: Student Voices on the Value of Cross-cultural Learning Dialogue Lehtomäki, E., Posti-Ahokas, H., Moate, J. ECER Network 20: Research in innovative intercultural learning environments Contribution of qualitative education research to future European – African cooperation Lehtomäki, E., Posti-Ahokas, H., Okkolin, M.A., Matonya, M., Bhalalusesa, E.

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