In this article QUINT affiliated researchers examine naturally occurring reading comprehension strategies instruction at lower secondary classrooms.
In this article on the role of literature in the classroom, the QUINT researchers Ida Gabrielsen, Marte Blikstad-Balas and Michael Tengberg contribute to the body of research on literature instruction in the classroom.
QUINT researchers from the Connected Classrooms project have co-edited a special issue of the Learning, Culture and Social Interaction,entitled "Smartphones in Classrooms".
In this newly published article in the special issue on smartphones in classrooms, the QUINT researchers study how recent and rapid increase in students' use of smartphones in classrooms affects organisation of participation and how it is carried out in teaching and learning situations, particularly in relation to plenary teaching in whole-class interaction.
In this introduction article in the special issue of the Learning, Culture and Social Interaction, the QUINT researchers Fritjof Sahlström, Christina Olin-Scheller, and Marie Tanner investigate the use of technical devices in the classrooms, using the Nordic classrooms as example.
QUINT researchers from the Connected Classrooms project examine text-planning processes in the interaction of digitally rich classrooms and specifically focus on the role of the smartphone in Finnish and Swedish upper secondary schools in the article in Learning, Culture and Social Interaction.
QUINT Tema 1- leder Professor Nikolaj Elf skriver om kvalitet i undervisningen i Danmark og i Norden. Han sier at det er et av hotteste emner i både utdannelsespolitikk og utdannelsesforskning.
QUINT-forskere fra prosjektet Connected Classrooms Nordic diskuterer bruk av digitale midler i undervisningen i Sverige og Finland.
Together with Courtney A. Bell, Marjoleine J. Dobbelaer, and Adrie Visscher, QUINT Centre Director Kirsti Klette contributes with this article to understanding recent work on observation systems in School Effectiveness and School Improvement.