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Durham University

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Dr Michael Lyhne

Visiting Scholar in the School of Education

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Biography

In my work I have gained experience with project and school management, teaching, research, change management and supervision. I have among other things worked with:

  • implementation of research based knowledge at disadvantaged schools in the development of the teaching under the research program (Dis)engaging Children and Young People (ENGAGE) at AU/DPU.
  • pedagogical supervision aimed at the use of research based knowledge in schools and day care centres for municipalities all over Denmark and in the Danish Ministry of Education's inclusion team.
  • teaching in different contexts - from disadvantaged schools in primary and lower secondary school to the master's program in pedagogical psychology at the University of DPU/AU in Copenhagen.
  • Learning consultant in the Danish music industry and as DANIDA consultant with responsibility for managing change processes in the Kenyan music industry.
  • research on professional soldiers' learning trajectories at the Department of Language and Culture at the Defense Academy I Copenhagen.

Publications (peer reviewed articles)

  • Hansen, J.; Lyhne, M.; Mørck, L.L.; Rasmussen, S. (2018). Hvordan kan vi forstå og arbejde med rekontekstualisering af viden i skolen. Pædagogisk Psykologisk Tidsskrift
  • Lyhne, M. (2018). Fra socialt belastet skole til en skole med høj faglighed og trivsel. Pædagogisk Psykologisk Tidsskrift
  • Lyhne, M. (2018). Øget faglighed som eksklusionsmekanisme - og eksperimentering med ”smooth room” og mere åbne opgaver. Pædagogisk Psykologisk Tidsskrift
  • Lyhne, M. (2018).”Hvorfor er han aldrig fagligt aktiv, trods særligt tilrettelagte opgaver og computer?” – eksperiment med bevægelige værksteder i undervisningen. Pædagogisk Psykologisk Tidsskrift