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Bettina Vogt

Senior lecturer
Department of Education and Teachers' Practice Faculty of Social Sciences
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I am a member of the SITE research group (Studies in Curriculum, Teaching and Evaluation) and responsible for the practical coordination of the group.

My main research interests are about assessment and grading in different contexts; questions regarding justice in relation to education; as well as comparative education with a focus on context-sensitive comparisons, and methodological and methodical questions related to this.

Currently, I am involved in a research project financed by the Swedish Research Council "Exploring the elusive teaching gap – equity and knowledge segregation in teaching processes".

In my doctoral thesis, I compared German and Swedish pupils' conceptions regarding just assessment in school. The study combined a context-sensitive comparative approach with a theory generating approach, the Grounded Theory Methodology. The project has been a part of a cooperation project with the Centre for Comparative and International Education at Humboldt University in Berlin.

I am also responsible and teach in some courses on assessment and grading within the teacher programmes. Moreover, I also work with the supervision of students theses, contract education etc.


Conference paper (Refereed)

Chapter in book (Other academic)

Doctoral thesis, monograph (Other academic)