Research on Education and Learning (CLKS)

The centre for Research on Education and Learning (CLKS) conducts research into educational science, culture, language and social studies.

About CLKS

Research at CLKS has a strong focus on the educational sciences.

CLKS works with several specialisations:

  • Learning, knowledge creation, teaching and education
  • Studies of pedagogical interventions
  • Subject didactics and didactics
  • Research on the profession, social and political steering
  • Focus on multilingualism, equality and newly arrived children in the education system.
  • Research on the use of digital teaching tools
  • Research is multidisciplinary and uses a diverse range of methods.

Additional research on the environment is also conducted although this does not directly fall under the educational sciences.

CLKS research is characterised by close collaboration with preschools, schools, municipalities and other social actors.

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Ties to social challenges

Research at CLKS contributes to understanding of social development in relation to various social challenges such as digitalisation, integration, globalisation and marketisation. Research also contributes to the development of practical tools and methods for teachers and educators with different forms of teaching strengths.

CLKS research is characterised by close collaboration with preschools, schools, municipalities and other social actors.

Head of research is Marie-Helene Zimmerman Nilsson. CLKS is part of School of Education, Humanities and Social Sciences.

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Research projects within CLKS

Within CLKS, Research on Education and Learning (CLKS), research projects in several areas are active. Some of them are listed here:

Research and collaboration projects

  • From Great To Excellent
  • The Future Digital Learning in Schools – FDLIS
  • ULF – development, learning, research

Projects about the possibilites and challenges of digitalisations for learning

  • MOSO (Mentoring and Observation Software) – interactive observation
  • Virtual cases in the Teacher Education
  • DILE – Digital Learning in Preschool

Communication and culture

  • Litterature and empathy
  • Language and power

Political and Societal aspects on Education

Further research within CLKS

  • FIRe (Future Inclusive Rescue service

Publications CLKS

The ten latest publications from CLKS registered in DiVA, the University's system for electronic publishing and registration of publications.

The ten latest publications:

  • Article in journal
  • Björkén-Nyberg, Cecilia (2020).
    Hearing, Seeing, Experiencing : Perspective Taking and Emotional Engagement through the Vocalisation of Jane Eyre, Heart of Darkness and Things fall apart. International Journal of Language Studies, 14 (1). (Accepted)

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  • Karlsson, Göran; Nilsson, Pernilla (2019).
    A Web-Based Guiding Framework for Student Teachers' Self-Reflective Practice. International Journal of Web-Based Learning and Teaching Technologies, 14 (3), s. 39 - 54.

    Se post i DiVA DOI: 10.4018/IJWLTT.2019070104

  • Nilsson, Pernilla; Karlsson, Göran (2019).
    Capturing student teachers’ pedagogical content knowledge (PCK) using CoRes and digital technology. International Journal of Science Education, 41 (4), s. 419 - 447.

    Se post i DiVA DOI: 10.1080/09500693.2018.1551642

  • Stahre Wästberg, Beata; Eriksson, Thommy; Karlsson, Göran; Sunnerstam, Maria; Axelsson, Michael; Billger, Monica (2019).
    Design considerations for virtual laboratories : A comparative study of two virtual laboratories for learning about gas solubility and colour appearance. Education and Information Technologies : Official Journal of the IFIP technical committee on Education, 24 (3), s. 2059 - 2080.

    Se post i DiVA DOI: 10.1007/s10639-018-09857-0

  • Abrahamsson, Cristian; Malmberg, Claes; Pendrill, Ann-Marie (2019).
    En Delfistudie om lärares uppfattning av elevengagemang i NO-undervisningen. NorDiNa : Nordic Studies in Science Education, 15 (2), s. 128 - 144.

    Se post i DiVA DOI: 10.5617/nordina.5614

  • Jonasson, Mikael (2019).
    Ethnographical mapping of thick places – teaching and learning practices in teacher training schools. Ethnography and Education, 14 (1), s. 16 - 33.

    Se post i DiVA DOI: 10.1080/17457823.2017.1387064

  • Brooks, Eva; Sjöberg, Jeanette (2019).
    Evolving Playful and Creative Activities When School Children Develop Game-Based Designs. Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering, 265, s. 485 - 495.

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  • Chapter in book
  • Aldrin, Emilia (2019).
    Användarnamn : att namnge sig själv. Sånt vi bara gör. Carlsson Bokförlag, Stockholm. S. 148 - 150.

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  • Conference paper
  • Thorell, Kristina (2019).
    Digital techniques for participatory city planning processes. Innovation Conference 2019, 19 september, 2019, Halmstad University, Halmstad, Sverige.

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  • Thorell, Kristina (2019).
    Digital Techniques for Participatory Planning Processes. Digital Humanities at Oxford Summer School (DHOxSS) at University of Oxford..

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