Conferences and seminars
It is widely accepted that the quality of classroom practices strongly influence student engagement, learning experiences, perceptions of teaching and learning outcomes. As such, it is the factor that contributes most to the overall quality of an education system. But what defines good classroom practices? Experts from the Icelandic education sector discuss this question.
This is a joint coding session for researchers with the accepted papers at the QUINT Conference 2022.
The QUINT Conference 'Theorizing and Measuring Teaching Quality: Instruments, Evidence and Interpretations' will bring together world leading scholars with a keen interest in discussing the many aspects of measuring teaching quality
This seminar gathered QUINT researchers to discuss different perspectives on Classroom discourse within the Protocol for Language Arts Teaching Observation (PLATO).
QUINT Conference 2021 Analysing Teaching Quality across Nordic Classrooms: Methods, Measures and Meaning-making takes place online 2-3 September 2021.
QUINT PhD Summer Institute 2021 "Frameworks for Analysing Teaching Quality: Methods, Measures and Meaning-making" takes place virtually 31 August - 1 September.
QUINT Conference 2020 "Frameworks for Analysing Teaching Quality: Methods, Measures and Meaning-making" is postponed to spring/summer 2021 due to COVID-19. NB! New dates: Phd Summer Institute: 8-9 June 2021, Conference 10-11 June 2021. More information is coming.
The first QUINT conference 'Analysing Teaching Quality: Perspectives, Potential, and Pitfalls' brings together world leading scholars with a keen interest in discussing the many aspect of measuring teaching quality.