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Paola Valero

SEK 40 million to the doctoral school: Relevancing mathematics and science education

The Swedish Research Council has granted the doctoral school Relevancing mathematics and science education: A graduate school for teacher educators (RelMaS) 40 million SEK.

SEK 40 million to the doctoral school: Assessment of Knowledge in Educational Systems

In the call for applications from the Swedish Research Council, the doctoral school Assessment of Knowledge in Educational Systems - a national doctoral school for teacher educators (ASESS) tests was granted SEK 40 million. Samuel Sollerman and Astrid Pettersson from PRIM-gruppen at MND and Kestin Pettersson at MND is participant in the project together with University of Gothenburg and Uppsala University.

Samuel Sollerman och Astrid Pettersson

SEK 5 million from the Swedish Research Council to the project: Optimal calibration

In the yearly call for applications from the Swedish Research Council, the project Optimal calibration of questions in computerized tests was granted just over SEK 5 million. Samuel Sollerman and Astrid Pettersson from PRIM-gruppen at MND is participant in the project together with Frank Miller, Ellinor Fackle-Fornius och Jonas Bjermo from the department of Statistics at Stockholm university.

Auli Arvola Orlander

SEK 5.9 million from the Swedish Research Council to the project: Enacting Sex Education

In the yearly call for applications from the Swedish Research Council, the project Enacting Sex Education: a practice based study concerning an interdisciplinary knowledge content in Swedish secondary school was granted SEK 5 918 511. Auli Arvola Orlander from MND is participant in the project together with Karin Gunnarsson (IPD), Lisa Öhman (HSD) from Stockholm university and Simon Ceder from University of Arts, Crafts and Design.