As a Nordic Centre of Excellence, QUINT unites researchers from all the Nordic countries investigating aspects of teaching quality via classroom video recordings.
Through both large- and small-scale video studies in classrooms from grades 5–10 and logging student–teacher interactions on digital media, the centre is in an excellent position to produce new insights into what characterizes teaching quality in Nordic classrooms. QUINT's research is organised into four main thematic areas.
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- Homeschooling in Norway During the Pandemic Sep. 17, 2021 12:47 PM
47 studenter kunne skrive masteroppgave etter at professoren delte forskningsdata
Jan. 13, 2022 3:40 PM
Khrono newspaper (Norwegian) — "Selv om det har vært hinsides frivillig arbeid, har det vært store gevinster, sier professor Kirsti Klette. Nå ønsker en ny utredningsgruppe innspill på hvordan gjøre delingsprosessen enklest mulig for forskere."
Skolen har ikke endret læringsmålene under pandemien
Jan. 13, 2022 3:27 PM
Dagsnytt 18 news program (Norwegian) — Marte Blikstad-Balas discusses the lack of measures for adjusting school requirements during the pandemic, with Elise B. Waagen of the Norwegian Labour Party (Ap).
Participating countries and institutions
Quality in Nordic Teaching (QUINT) is a Nordic Centre of Excellence financed by NordForsk under the Nordic programme on educational research, Education for Tomorrow.
The centre is hosted by the Department of Teacher Education and School Research.
Project number 87663 (20.09.2018-19.09.2023. Prolongation until 19.09.2024)