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Track 3 candidate Maike Luimes explores curriculum policy and practice in relation to pre-vocational orientation in Norwegian lower secondary education
Track 2 candidate Kristine Øygardslia explores what happens when elementary school students design their own computer games in the classroom.
Track 3 candidate Hedvig N. Abrahamsen studies change of school leadership role and practice after the reform Knowledge Promotion (2006).
Track 1 candidate Arne Kirkhorn Rødvik studies speech perception, with a particular focus on speech sound misperceptions among children and adults with cochlear implants.
Track 2 candidate Daniel Schofield examines reflection as part of media literacy in school settings.
Professor Andreas Lund joins the track 4 trackleader team, to boost the teacher education profile within the overall framework of professional development.
Track 3 member Vigdis Stokker Jensen studies the gradual shifts from universal toward targeted welfare and education policy in OECD and Norway. Her focus is on the interaction between classifications in the policy and the classified, as seen from at-risk and dropout students in secondary education.
Leila Ferguson’s PhD project focuses on students’ beliefs about knowledge and knowing in relation to multiple documents literacy and cognition. She is part of track 1 and is PhD representative in the NATED board.
Professor Roger Säljö is a leading international researcher of learning and communication in science and the use of ICT. He is connected to NATED through several networks, and will take part in NATED courses and seminars.
Sten Ludvigsen is the scientific leader of NATED. He thinks NATED will give an unique opportunity to improve educational research in Norway through extensive collaboration between the NATED partners.
Kari-Anne Bottegaard Næss is the first PhD student to receive a NATED research visit grant. For her overseas research she will be based at the University of York. In her PhD project she examines language development among children with Down’s Syndrom.
PhD student Ragnhild Sandvoll is interested in learning in higher education and participates in NATEDs Track 4 Higher Education and Professional Learning.
Institutionalized learning practice in jazz is in the core of Steinar Sætre’s PhD-project, which goes in to NATEDs Track 4 Higher Education and Professional Learning.
PhD student Anne Berit Emstad in track 3 investigates post-evaluation processes in schools, and the role of leadership involvement.
Professor Ivar Bråten is one of the Track 1 co-leaders. - Our ambition with track 1 is to foster a research environment and a course program that give doctoral students access to top-level expertise in the fields of language, reading, and literacy, says Bråten.
Track 3 candidate Tine S. Prøitz studies what are learning outcomes and where do they come from.
Cecilie Dallands PhD project draws its data from the PISA+ video study, and is based on student interviews and classroom observations. The overall research question is: What strategies do students use when they work with individualised tasks in lower secondary classrooms?
Professor Jorunn Møller is leading track 3 in collaboration with Professor Berit Karseth (UiO) and Associate Professor Gunn Søreide (UiB). Her research interests are within educational leadership and workplace learning, reform policy, governance and accountability.