Holds a PhD in Literature and is Professor of Applied Pedagogy with a specific focus on young people's reading and writing in the present medialandscape
Professor of Science Education. His research interest mainly revolves around biology education and sustainability education with a focus on how subject knowledge is transformed from academic discipline into subject knowledge taught in schools.
Professor of Social Science Education, with a focus on the geography subject and how geographical knowledge and perspectives are developed and used in education, academia and daily life.
Jorryt van Bommel
Senior Lecturer in Mathematics education. Research interests: Early years mathematics, Teachers' professional development, Mathematical Knowledge for Teaching, Problem-solving.
Senior Lecturer, Applied Pedagogy. The research interests are Vocational Education, Technical Education, Narrative Research, Variation Theory, Learning Study, ICT in Education, Transfer and the relation between Theory and Practice in technical vocational education.
Lise Iversen Kulbrandstad
Visiting Professor, specialising in reading and reading practices, literacy, second language education, minority language pupils, multilingualism, subject-specific education, etc.
Senior Lecturer in Social Studies, who pursues research on civics teaching with a focus on the relationships between the school subject and the academic disciplines on which it is based.
Senior Lecturer in Swedish, whose research areas are language and learning (especially multilingualism) and children's and young people's health and development.
Héctor Pérez Prieto
Professor emeritus of Applied Pedagogy
Postdoc, Senior lecturer Swedish
Associate Professor of History, specialising in the development processes of the subject history and its role in society, as well as issues relating to the history of education generally and history education in particular.
Associate Professor of English Linguistics, Sandlund’s research centers on social interaction, particularly institutional talk, such as in multilingual language classrooms, second language speaking tests, performance appraisal interviews, and teachers’ professional development.
Pia Sundqvist is Associate Professor of English Linguistics at Karlstad University and of English Education at the University of Oslo, Norway. Her research interests include informal language learning, extramural English, vocabulary acquisition, and assessment of L2 oral proficiency. Current projects involve English language teaching in multilingual classrooms and code-switching.