Anne Line Wittek
Professor, Vice-Head and Head of Studies
- Teaching and Learning in Higher Education
- Peer feedback on teaching
- Quality in education
- Professional development
- Writing for learning
- Teacher education
- Courses in Faculty development
- Faculty counseling
- 2007 - Ph. D. Doctoral Program, Department of Educational Research, University of Oslo
- 1999 - Master’s Degree in Education, Department of Educational Research, University of Oslo
- Aug 2015 - present: Professor, Faculty of Educational Science, department of Education, University of Oslo
- 2012 - Aug 2015: Professor, Faculty of Humanities and Educational Science, Buskerud and Vestfold University College
- 2010 - 2012: Associate Professor, Faculty of Humanities and Educational Science, Vestfold University College
- 2014 - present: Editor in chief, UNIPED, Journal of Higher Education Pedagogics (part time 20%)
- 2010 - 2011: Associate Professor II, Teaching and Learning Centre, Oslo University College (part time 20%)
- 2008 - 2010: Post-Doctoral Stipend, Department of Educational Research, University of Oslo. Title of Project: “Teaching Quality in Higher Education”. Position also included: teaching in Higher Education Pedagogy.
- 2008 - 2010: Associate Professor II. Department of Education and Teacher Training, University of Tromsø.
- 2007 - 2008: University Lecturer / Associate Professor, Department of Educational Research, University of Oslo.
- 2003 - 2007: Doctoral Fellow, Centre for Educational Research and Development, Oslo University College
- 2001 – 2003: Project Fellow, Faculty of Education, University of Oslo
- Qualitative analysis
- Sociocultural perspectives on learning
- Classroom research and analysis
"Learning resources and writing in educational textual cultures" (2010 – 2013)
- The project will explore characteristics of and use of subjectoriented writing and reflective writing in upper secondary school and teacher training. Writing and textual cultures seem to be different depending on the subject: those of the natural sciences are thought to differ from those of the humanities. Our project will use case studies from relevant subjects in order to examine how learning resources are used effectively in writing in given groups of students.
- Participants: Bente Aamotsbakken, Norunn Askeland, Eva Maagerø, Dagrun Skjelbred and Line Wittek.
"Portfolio Practices in higher education in Norway following the Quality reform. A study of diffusion characteristics and learning achievement" (Pre project: 2011)
- The project wants to give an overview of our national „portfolio situation‟ at this point of time and show how this has evolved from 2004 when the “Quality reform” was introduced. Our main research questions are: 1) What characterizes portfolio practices in higher education in the wake of the Quality reform? We want to give an overview of our national „portfolio situation‟ at this point of time and show how this has evolved from 2004 when the “Quality reform” was introduced. Our second research question is: 2) What kind of influence does portfolio-based assessment seem to have on the students` learning activities in Norwegian higher education, and what are the implications for students‟ achievement, both in regard to practical as well as theoretical aims.
- Participants: Knut Steinar Engelsen, Olga Dysthe, Kari Smith, Marit Allern and Line Wittek
"Quality of Teaching and learning in Higher education" (2008 – 2011)
- Core question of education regarding the nature of knowing, learning and teaching will be at stake in this project. It aims at looking into discourses about quality of teaching and learning in higher education at two different levels: 1: A philosophical / theoretical perspective and 2: By exploring teaching practice at masters levels in three different faculties (at the University of Oslo) .
- Participants: Laurence Habib and Line Wittek.
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