The Science Education Research Group works with R&D projects that focus on issues associated with science didactics.
The research group mainly consists of academic staff at NLA in Bergen and Oslo, but external researchers and teachers are also welcome to participate.
Heidi I. Saure (head of the research group), Associate Professor
John Skartveit (deputy head of the research group), Associate Professor
Alette Aa. Rolland, Assistant Professor
Endre Knudsen, Associate Professor
Geir Olav Toft, Assistant Professor
Marit H. Lie, Associate Professor
Sigve Ladstein, Associate Professor
Ellinor Kvamen, Teacher at the Danielsen Lower Secondary School, Osterøy
Work of the research group
The research group meets approximately once every month. Relevant research topics are:
- Exploratory forms of teaching and active learning
- Learning potential in practical work in a natural setting
- Technology in schools
- Dissemination of science in early learning
- What is a good teacher?
- Use of models in science teaching