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Project: Using research and experience-based evidence

In this project, teachers at two preschools will systematically examine their own practice, with a focus on documentation and evaluation, in order to improve their professional competency.

Project information

Project name
Using research and experience-based evidence as a method in a systematic inquiry undertaken by the teachers in order to evaluate and improve their practice
Project managers
Lena Glaés-Coutts, Ulrika Bossér
Participating organizations
Linnaeus University, Växjö Municipality
Financier
Linnaeus University, Växjö Municipality
Timetable
1 Aug–31 Dec 2021
Subject
Pedagogy (Department of Pedagogy and Learning and Department of Education and Teachers’ Practice, Faculty of Social Sciences)

More about the project

This project is a collaboration between the preschools Pilbäcken and Junibacken and Linnaeus University, as part of the project Växjö’s arenas and models for schools grounded in scientific research.

In collaboration with researchers from Linnaeus University, staff at the two preschools in Växjö will seek to deepen their understanding of teaching and learning by using both research and experience-based evidence. They will systematically examine and evaluate their practice, focusing on documentation and assessment, in order to improve their professional competence.

The project is part of the research in the Forskning om pedagogiska professioner och praktiker (PEPP) and Studies in Curriculum, Teaching and Evaluation (SITE) research groups.

Staff