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Bettina Vogt

Research assistant
Department of Education Faculty of Social Sciences
+46 470 76 75 32
Hus F G212
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I am a PhD student in Educational Science and my PhD study is about Swedish and German pupils´ conceptions of justice regarding assessment in school. My research is part of a cooperation project between Linnaeus University and the Centre for Comparative and International Education, Humboldt University, Berlin: "Different worlds of meritocracy? Educational assessment and conceptions of justice in Germany, Sweden and England in the age of “standards-based reform”. The doctoral thesis is supervised by professor Daniel Sundberg (Linnaeus university) and professor Florian Waldow (Humboldt university, Berlin).

My main research interest is about: comparative and international education research, questions regarding educational justice and equality, assessment and grading as well as qualitative research methods and theory generating methodological approaches like e.g. Grounded Theory Methodology.

Besides research, I am also involved in teaching (mainly courses regarding grading and assessment), supervision of bachelor theses as well as the coordination of the research group "SITE".

Doctoral thesis project: "Just assessment in school - pupils´ conceptions in Sweden and Germany"

Chairperson of the doctoral student board of the Swedish Educational Research Association (SWERA)


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