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Here you find information about the research conducted by the university’s 65 professors, 173 senior lecturers, 170 lecturers, and 88 doctoral students (Mars 2019).
Department of Educational Research and Development
Room number: B617
Anita Norlund is a senior lecturer of didactics with special emphasis on the subject of Swedish. Her interests center on literacy, sociology of education, discourse analysis and issues related to Basil Bernstein´s theoretical framework.
Norlund, A. and Langelotz, L. (2019). Changing Educational Practices in the Light of the Theory of Practice Architectures.
Norlund, A. (2019). The Research Field of Reality Environments in Education. , pp. 68-77.
Article in journal
Norlund, A. (2019). Fiction reading in a practice where L1 and L2 learners are taught together.
Researcher's publications in DiVA (Digitala Vetenskapliga Arkivet)
Critical Reading of Non-fiction in Upper Secondary School. Didactical perspectives on textbooks, teachers and national tests (2009), Göteborg University.
Following invoices - finding professional learning
Start date: 1/1/2020 - End date: 12/31/2023
Financier: Swedish Research Council
Pedagogy, Education and Praxis (PEP): Reclaiming education in an era of schooling
Start date: 12/6/2016 - End date: 12/31/2019
The school debate in a didactic and sociological perspective
Start date: 8/15/2011 - End date: 10/15/2012
One of the prerequisites for developing...
Anita Norlund has made her voice heard with her research-based criticism of neuromyths, in other words false assumptions of how stimulating the brain could affect learning. Neuromyths are assumptions such as pupils having different learning styles.