QUINT Centre Director Professor Kirsti Klette receives a grant from the Research Council of Norway. Together with the QUINT researchers and leading international experts in the field, Klette will lead the process of synthesising research on teaching quality.
Facilitating philosophical dialogues in schools led Cæcilie Ketil Hejl to wonder if there is a need for more professional development for teachers in this area.
QUINT PhD seminar was held in Oslo 16th December 2019.
Comparative data collection is now almost complete for LISA Nordic study.
Once an aspiring mathematician, Sigurjónsson is now studying the quality of mathematics education in Iceland.
Digitalisation of education raises a lot of intriguing questions. QUINT PhD fellow Jenny Högström aims to find out what it means for the quality of Nordic teaching.
PISA 2018 revealed generally stable results in reading compared to 2000 and 2009.
Having good teachers in upper secondary school inspired Alexander Selling to want to teach himself. Now he is researching how teachers set learning goals in mathematics.
QUINT Researcher and Professor at the University of Iceland, Anna Kristín Sigurðardóttir, has written recommendations to policy makers on improving the quality of education in Iceland.
Det er problematisk hvis skjønnlitteraturen blir redusert til et verktøy for å oppnå andre læringsmål, argumenterer forsker.
Professors Astrid Roe, Michael Tengberg and Marte Blikstad-Balas, representing QUINT LISA Nordic Study, present their latest findings at the conference AEA-Europe 2019 "Assessment for transformation: teaching, learning and improving educational outcomes", 13-16 November 2019 in Lisbon, Portugal.
Researchers in the LISA Nordic study use the PLATO observation tool to analyse teaching in the Nordic countries. The first round of training is now completed.
Anna Nissen is passionate about developing reading comprehension. Being part of QUINT's Lisa Nordic study allows her to compare how teachers discuss fiction with students across the different Nordic countries.
A research group from Karlstad University, representing the QUINT project Connected Classrooms Nordic study is granted a fund from Swedish Research council to study further digitally rich classrooms.
There are many assumptions about classroom instruction. Mark White wants to develop more complex and realistic models for understanding how instruction affects student learning.
Privacy in research data is a hot topic at the moment. QUINT Director Kirsti Klette is speaking about the challenges and possibilities with using video data at OsloMet.
Democracy is one of the biggest questions in the world right now. Peter Nicolai Aashamar is on a mission to find how democratic citizenship is taught in Nordic classrooms.
Nora Elise Hesby Mathé is a new QUINT postdoctoral research fellow who started in August. She has a background in teaching social science and English as a second language in upper secondary school. She received her PhD in social science education (didactics) in April 2019.
QUINT researchers are well rerpresented at the ECER Conferen 2019 'Education in an Era of Risk – the Role of Educational Research for the Future', 3-5 September 2019.
The QUINT affiliated researchers present papers at the joint simposium 'Doing research after the new General Data Protection Regulation. How does it affect new research project?'