While Nordic teachers are good at creating a supportive classroom climate, they struggle with providing instructional strategies that support students’ independent skills and learning.
The University of Oslo is awarding Professor Pamela Grossman an honorary doctorate for her outstanding work in the educational sciences. Professor Grossman’s work has been influential in forming the theoretical and methodological foundation for several QUINT projects, particularly LISA-Nordic and VIST.
QUINT gathered researchers from around the world in Iceland to present recent work and reflect upon the challenging aspects of conceptualizing, operationalizing and measuring teaching quality.
As part of the QUINT Conference 2022 in Iceland, QUINT invited members of the national and local education community to a panel debate on Icelandic education policy.
Berglind Gísladóttir (University of Iceland) and Birna Svanbjörnsdóttir (University of Akureyri) were in Norway recently to discuss their proposed study with QUINT researchers based at the University of Oslo.
At two events this April, QUINT affiliates presented findings and exchanged knowledge with education researchers in North America.
After a long hiatus due to COVID restrictions, the QUINT researcher mobility program is up and running again.
INTERVIEW: Marte Blikstad-Balas and Michael Tengberg discuss Ways of Analyzing Teaching Quality: Potentials and Pitfalls, a book with origins at the QUINT centre.
On March 16, 2022 QUINT Director Kirsti Klette participated in a panel debate at Örebro University for the conference Teacher education of the future, together with guests from Finland and Sweden.