- Conference University of Trier 14-16 May 2024, Transnational and Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Subject Didactics. Call for papers
- Congratulations to Kenneth Nordgren (PI), Yvonne Liljekvist, Annette Forssten Seiser, Ingela Portfelt and Anki Randahl for receiving external funding from the Swedish Research Council for the research project Colleagual work as subject specific school development. Also congratulations to Anki Randahl (PI), Christina Olin-Scheller and Marie Nilsberth for receiving external research funding from the Swedish Research Council for the project Teacher and influencer. Social media as an arena for professionalism.
- Many congratiolations to Yvonne Liljekvist (PI) for receiving external funding from The Institute for School Research for the research project Developing methods for feedback of mathematical learning among adults.
- Collegial collaboration when planning and preparing lessons: A large-scale study exploring the conditions and infrastructure for teachers’ professional development
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. The working titles are: International Perspectives on Knowledge and Curriculum: Epistemic Quality across School Subjects (book 1) and International Perspectives on Powerful Knowledge and Epistemic Quality: Implications for Innovation in Teacher Education Policy and Practic (book 2). The second book will be part of the Reinventing Teacher Education series and both books are due to be published early in 2021. Over ten colleagues from the ROSE group are involved in writing chapters for the books together with around twenty colleagues from the UK, Finland, France, Germany, Norway and Australia.
- Congratulations to Kenneth Nordgren who together with teachers at Globala Gymnasiet, Stockholm received funding from the Swedish Institute for Educational Research for the project "Enquiry in Social Studies Subject".
- Congratulations on VR funding: "Teaching about climate change - theorizing of climate knowledge and the development of learning opportunities". Nina Christenson, Niklas Gericke, Jesper Haglund. The project is being carried out in collaboration with a German research group from IPN in Kiel, headed by Professor Ute Harms.
- CONGRATULATIONS! Karlstad University and the ROSE environment have received a research school for teacher educators. The research school will have a subject-specific focus. Powerful Knowledge and transformation are concepts that are going to be important in the work of the ten teacher educators that will be enrolled. The Swedish Research Council is funding the research school with a grant of 40 million. The coordinator is associate professor Johan Samuelsson.
- Marie Tanner, together with Yvonne Liljekvist, Christina Olin Scheller and Johan Samuelsson have got funding from The Swedish Research Council for the project "Plattformspedagogik - en studie om att synliggöra nya rum för lärande i det digitala klassrummet". CONGRATULATIONS!
- Congratulations to Erika Sandlund and Peter Wikström for funding from Riksbankens Jubileumsfond for the project: "Non-apologies. The reception of public apologies in mediated interaction in the era of #MeToo".
- Big congratulations to Birgitta Ljung-Egeland, who participates in the project: "Basic literacy education in the SFI" (Project leader: Åsa Wedin, professor, Dalarna University). Funding from the Swedish Institute for Educational Research.
- ROSE researchers collaborate with KOSS (Knowledge and Quality across School Subjects and Teacher Education) at the Nordic conference on teaching and learning in curriculum subjects, NoFa7, Stockholm 13-15 May (https://www.su.se/hsd /english/research/conferences/nofa7-nordic-conference-on-teaching-and-learning-in-curriculum-subjects-1.388889)
- When young people learn English is the time playing more decisive than the type of computer game they play shows a survey with more than 1,000 young swedes initiated by Pia Sundqvist, associate professor of English.
- The Research Council has awarded the ROSE research group SEK 1.2 million to develop an interdisciplinary network of internationally prominent researchers with focus on school subjects and teacher education. The goal is to produce new knowledge with the potential to advance teacher training in Sweden and abroad. "The network Knowledge and Quality in School Subjects and Teacher Education, KOSS, aims to establish subject-specific and interdisciplinary research groups in Sweden, Finland and England.” More information
- ROSE researchers have published two op-ed articles in Dagens Nyheter in the summer 2018:
- Karlstad University and ROSE have been appointed by NordForsk to establish a Nordic Centre Excellence together with other Nordic universities. The Centre is called Quality in Nordic Teaching (QUINT) and will study the quality of teaching in classrooms in the Nordic countries. More information
- Rose has organised a workshop on future partnerships and joint research projects with SSRG (IOE, London) and HuSoEd (Helsingfors University). A joint presentation at NERA in Oslo 8-10 March is also scheduled.
- Conference participation
- NoFa7, Stockholm, 13-15 May. Three linked symposia: Powerful Knowledge, Epistemic Quality and Transformations, Part I, II and III.
- ECER, Hamburg, 3-6 Sept. Two linked symposia: Powerful Knowledge and Epistemic Quality across School Subjects and Teacher Education.
- Powerful knowledge across curricula, academic disciplines and school subjects.
Christina Olin-Scheller, Sirpa Tani, Gabriel Bladh, Nicklas Gericke, Pia Niemi and Liisa Tainio.
NERA, Oslo 8-10 mars 2018