Luca Tateo believes that science without borders is a universal resource for humanity.
Eva Hjörne is an expert when it comes to diversity and inclusion. She has recently been appointed Professor II at the Department of Special Needs Education. Eva also holds a professor title at the Department of Education and Special Education, University of Gothenburg. We asked about her research interests, current work and motivation.
Riikka Mononen believes that research-based knowledge and teaching methods can improve children's skills in mathematics. At the same time, providing teachers with this knowledge and tools is needed.
Vasiliki Diamanti's ultimate motivation in her research is to share the knowledge with the educators and clinicians and provide them with valid tools for preventing and remediating children’s difficulties with learning to read and write.
Rita Christine Nakitende and Eria Paul Njuki have conducted a joint phd-project. Their study affirms that no matter the variations in socioeconomic situations, teachers’ knowledge of teaching reading and children’s reading competencies can greatly be enhanced by employing research-based best practices.
Phd candidate Stackus Okwaput have been doing research on teacher training and inclusion in Uganda