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QUINT Researcher Michael Tengberg has published a chronicle about many aspects of teaching quality in the Swedish journal Svenskläraren.
A professional development programme for teachers in Iceland enables teachers to reflect on their own practice.
QUINT researcher Nikolaj Elf receives funding for a project investigating Green Transition in Education.
QUINT lectures ignited interesting discussions about the quality of teaching in Icelandic compulsory schools.
QUINT researchers join for another video coding webinar using PLATO as a framework for deeper discussions on instruction.
QUINT researcher Ane Qvortrup continues researching the long-term impacts of the COVID-19 epidemic school closures and the subsequent re-opening phase in Denmark.
QUINT research on how home schooling was experienced by parents discussed in a seminar by NordEd.
Throughout our human life we are surrounded by an increasing amount of texts. Both as readers and writers is important to understand how different textual communication shapes our participation in social life.
Home schooling during the spring 2020 school closures highlighted big differences in the digital preparedness between schools.
QUINT researcher Camilla Magnusson speaks about the implications of her research to instructional practice, educational policy making and parenting.
Ida Gabrielsen is researching how literature is taught as part of Norwegian language instruction.
To what extent is being and learning together in a shared space necessary for democratic citizenship education?
Recapping the highlights from the first full year of activity and research at the QUINT centre.
The second webinar replacing the June conference this year brought together QUINT researchers to discuss coding shared classroom videos.
A zoom workshop for PLATO certified coders this week was one of the virtual meetings held to replace the June conference in Iceland.
What constitutes teaching practice has been contested by the global pandemic home schooling situation. QUINT researcher Nikolaj Elf is investigating what this means to teaching quality.
New study shows that the choice of literature used in Norwegian classrooms is limited and stems from the textbooks.
A recent survey shows big differences in how much contact the oldest and youngest students had with their teacher.
Research into home schooling experiences in Denmark during corona crisis shows that students missed classroom teaching and everyday school life.
QUINT study finds that the use of digital technology in classroom instruction is still quite traditional.
Due to the current Corona crisis, digitalisation of teaching has become a shared focus for teachers all over the world.
Capitalising on QUINT Centre’s work so far, SYNTEQ project sets out to re-analyse Nordic classroom data in order to synthesise research on teaching quality.