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Dan D. Daatland
Institution: University of Stavanger
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City: N-4036 Stavanger
Country: Norway
Phone: +47 51 83 10 00
Fax: +47 51 83 13 50
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D. D. Daatland, Associate Professor (1. amanuensis), University of Stavanger.
Faculty of Humanities, Institute for Teacher Training
Main teaching area: history/teacher training
Research information: http://migrationhistory.com.

1: TEACHING
History and political science in teacher training courses
Civics in pre-school teacher training
History for 2 years history students
In-service training courses for European teachers

2: REASEARCH AREA WITH PUBLISHED MATERIAL
Modern Norw. Political History
History Didactics
Multimedia and Open Distance Learning (ODL)
Migration History

3: ONGOING PROJECTS - COORDINATORSHIPS
· WB 01/06 (2006-2009): Norwegian Research Council (RF)/The Norwegian Centre for International Cooperation in Higher Education (SIU)
“Developing Croatian Courses for a Joint European MA ‘Migration and Intercultural Relations ’ - Collaboration with an ERASMUS Curriculum Development Initiative.
Coordinator: University of Stavanger. Main Croatian partner: University of Zagreb (Institute of Sociology).
http://siu.no/vev.nsf/O/EASTERN+EUROPE-Western+Balkans-About-Projects+funded+under+the+programme
Project is part of the joint initiative ”Migration and intercultural Relations, Human Rights and Democratic Citizenship”– Collaborative Actions between University of Stavanger and Croatian partner institutions”
· COMENIUS 3 Thematic Network "LearningMigration”, 2005-2008, 225585 - CP -1-2005-1- NO - COMENIUS – C3
Schools, teacher training institutions, educational authorities, and research archives/centres.
Coordinator: University of Stavanger. 13 European countries.
http://www.learningmigration.com/lm/
· ERAMUS: ”Joint MA Migration”, 2003-06, 2966-IC-1-2002-1-NO-ERASMUS-EPS-1
Joint European Master in Migration Studies/History.
Using a web-based ICT learning platform for the delivery of collaborative learning
Coordinator: University of Stavanger. 4 European countries.
http://migrationhistory.com/ma
· COMENIUS 3 Thematic Network "MIR: Migration and Inter-Cultural Relations - Challenge for European Schools Today”, 2002-2005, 101605-CP-1-2002-1-NO-COMENIUS-C3PP
Schools, teacher training institutions, educational authorities, and research archives/centres.
Coordinator: University of Stavanger. 8 European countries.
http://migrationhistory.com/comenius
· COMENIUS 2: "Migration and Inter-Cultural Relations - Challenge for European Schools Today", 2001-2005, NO-2005-007.
In-service training courses for teachers.
Coordinator: University of Stavanger. (2001: Lisbon, Portugal; 2002: Omagh, Northern Ireland; 2003: Malmö, Sweden; 2004: Ceske Budejovitse; 2005 Oldenburg, Germany.
http://migrationhistory.com/inservice
· Network project: “Portuguese, Norwegians and Croats in Canada: A Comparative Analysis”
Start 2001. Project period 4-5 years. University of Stavanger; Centre for the Study of Migration and Intercultural Relations (CEMRI), Lisboa; Institute for Migration and Ethnic Studies, Zagreb, Croatia.
http://migrationhistory.com/comparative

4: CLOSED PROJECTS
· COMENIUS 3 Thematic Network “ACODDEN: A Classroom of Difference‘ – Diversity Education Network”, 2001-2004, 90282-CP-1-2001-1-BE-COMENIUS-C3
Theme: Diversity Education.
Coordinator: CEJI, Belgium. 8 European countries
· SOCRATES Action 6.1.2 (General actitivites of observation and analysis): "Flexibilité curriculaire et apprentissages essentiels à l"enseignement de base" (2001–2003)
Coordinator: Ministry of Education, Portugal. 5 European countries.
· ”Migration History in the region of Rogaland (Soutwestern Norway)”
Stavanger University College, The Norwegian Emigration Centre, and regional municipalities (Stavanger, Tysvær, Karmøy, and Rogaland County Authority. Project period: 1999-2003.
Coordinators: Stavanger University College/Norwegian Emigration Centre.
· MINERVA ”ODL-Migration: Affirming Diversity Through Migration”, 1998-2000, 56073-CP-2-98-1-PT-ODL-ODL
Use of internet, ODL (Open Distance Learning) in migration (history) studies. Digitising migration history material.
Coordinator: CEMRI/Universidade Aberta (Portugual Open University).
3 Europ. countries.
http://www.ese-jdeus.edu.pt/migra/
· MINERVA ”The Use of ODL in Pre-school Teacher Training”, 1997–1999, 39981-CP-2-98-NO-ODL
Use of internet, ODL (Open Distance Learning) in teaching training.
Coordinator: Stavanger University College. 5 European countries.
11 reports + brochure. Web-site under recontruction.
· MINERVA ”TRANSCULT Project”, (1995-1997).
Use of internet, ODL (Open Distance Learning) in the humanities.
Coordinator: Univ. of Bergen, Norway). 6 European countries.


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