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Daniel Sundberg

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Department of Education and Teachers' Practice Faculty of Social Sciences
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My research examines how educational reforms are inscribed in social and cultural changes historically and presently. In focus of the research I am involved in is the institutional practice of teaching and learning primarily in compulsory schooling. What counts as knowledge in school? How is the selection of content legitimated? How are teaching and learning organized in educational settings and why?

 

Teaching

Teacher education, 2002-

Pedagogy, graduate level, 2001-

Pedagogy, advanced level 2004-

Pedagogy, post-graduate level, 2006-

Research

Main research areas: Education policy, education reforms, Curriculum studies, Didaktik, Teaching, Education reforms, Education as a science, Research Reviews

Commissions

- General editor for the research journal, Educational Research in Sweden, 2018-

- Member of the expert evaluation group of the Swedish National Agency for Higher Education (Högskoleverket) for the evaluation of the Educational sciences (Pedagogik), 2004-2005, 2007, 2011-2012  and vice chairman 2013-2015.

- Project leader of the TOP-project, researching and evaluating the national curriculum reform ”Without a national timetable in the Swedish compulsory school”, The Swedish Ministry of Education, 1999-2005.

- Head of the third Nordic Research Conference on Curriculum theory, september, 2009 (2005 Uppsala University: Ulf P Lundgren, 2007 Örebro University: Tomas Englund).

- Expert in the Government Commission “The State investigation on improved results in the compulsory school” (U 2012:04)

- Expert (togheter with PhD Jan Håkansson) for the Swedish part in the OECD/CERI:s international research project ”Innovative Learning Environments”, (ILE, 2011-)

- Member of the Norwegian Government School Commission NOU 2014: 7 Pupil`s learning in the School for the Future, 2013-2015

Publications

Article in journal (Refereed)

Conference paper (Refereed)

Chapter in book (Refereed)

Report (Refereed)

Article, book review (Refereed)

Article in journal (Other academic)

Conference paper (Other academic)

Chapter in book (Other academic)

Report (Other academic)

Collection (editor) (Other academic)

Chapter in book (Other (popular science, discussion, etc.))