Senior lecturer in pedagogy who teaches mainly in the core education subjects. Became a PhD in educational sciences at Lund University 2019 with a thesis on the didactics of ethics. Has a mainly quantitative research orientation with focus on learning psychology, moral psychology and teaching development. Believes that our purpose as researchers is to demystify the learning process rather than to mystify it, and thus that the learning which takes place (in the long and short term respectively) both can and should be measured, provided that one knows what to measure and how to measure it. Also believes that science and ideology, as far as possible, should be separated even in the area of education. This way pedagogy could have a stronger position in the research community than it has today. Has a background as an upper secondary school teacher with philosophy as the main subject. The scientific role model is Karl Popper.