Research on Subject-specific Education
The research group ROSE, Research on Subject-specific Education, is rooted in several academic disciplines specializing in different school subjects. ROSE researchers share a focus on subject-specific education in relation to teaching and learning (what in a European research tradition is termed ‘subject didactics’). ROSE monitors practitioner-relevant issues, such as how teachers and students jointly manage subject matter and teaching contents.
Here follows a description of the research carried out by ROSE. What unites the research is the interdisciplinary approach and the ambition to shed new light on questions regarding knowledge and transformation processes in different educational contexts.
The research within ROSE is divided into three subprojects:
Congratulations to Brian Hudson, Christina Olin-Scheller, Niklas Gericke and Martin Stolare who have been awarded book contracts recently by Bloomsbury Publishing Plc for two books to be published under the imprint of Bloomsbury Academic. The books arise through the work of the ROSE group and the KOSS (Knowledge and Quality across School Subjects and Teacher Education) network in particular.