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Bettina Vogt

Lecturer
Department of Education Faculty of Social Sciences
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I am a PhD student in Education and a member of the SITE research group.

In my thesis, I examine Swedish and German pupils' justice conceptions of assessment. The study is characterised by a combination of a context-sensitive comparative approach on the one side and a theory-developing approach on the other. 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 thesis is supervised by professor Daniel Sundberg (Linnaeus university) and professor Florian Waldow (Humboldt university, Berlin).

My research interest is about: comparative and international education research, empirical justice research, assessment and grading as well as qualitative research methods and theory generating methodological approaches such as the Grounded Theory Methodology.

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

Research

Doctoral thesis project: "Just assessment in school - a context-sensitive comparative study of pupils´ conceptions in Sweden and Germany"

Commissions

Chairperson of the doctoral student board of the Swedish Educational Research Association (SWERA) (until August 2017)

Publications

Conference paper (Refereed)

Chapter in book (Other academic)

Doctoral thesis, monograph (Other academic)