Here you find information about the research conducted by the university’s 53 professors, 137 senior lecturers, 51 docents, 175 lecturers, and 63 doctoral students (November 2017).
Department of Educational Research and Development
Room number: B614
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. (2018). Students’ Values Versus Their Academic Growth. A Theoretical Overview of How To Solve Misconceptions About the Pedagogic Relation. , pp. 108-124.
Article in journal
Norlund, A. and Strömberg, M. (2018). En kritisk in- och utzoomning av ett hjärnbaserat synsätt på elever.. , pp. 18-33.
Norlund, A. (2017). "Varken en mirakelmedicin eller en farsot". Dafolo A/S, pp. 6-16.
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.
The school debate in a didactic and sociological perspective
Start date: 8/15/2011 - End date: 10/15/2012
Financier: University of Borås
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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.