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We are proud of one of our PhD students, Nani Teig, who has conducted a secondary data analysis of the Norwegian TIMSS 2015 data focusing on teachers' self-efficacy, perceived time constraints, and cognitive activation strategies in science. The results of this study were published in Frontiers in Psychology.
Technological, socio-economical, and environmental changes are rapidly transforming and posing new challenges to our societies. What scientific knowledge, literacies, and skills do students and citizens need to address these challenges? Through SEAS, we will develop tools and methods that facilitate collaboration between schools and local communities facing sustainability challenges through what we call “open schooling”.
Together with colleagues, Jelena Radisic has attracted funding from the EU to conduct the SEAS project. SEAS stands for Science Education for Action and Engagement towards Sustainability (SEAS) and targets student, teachers, and those outside of educational contexts to understand and learn about the complexities of climate change and sustainability. Congratulations!
Together with colleagues, Nils Fredrik Buchholtz has attracted funding for the research project "Math and The City: Learning to Apply Mathematics Outside the School". The project is funded by the Direktoratet for internasjonalisering og kvalitetsutvikling i høgare utdanning (Diku). Congratulations!