PhD, Senior Lecturer
Phone: 46(0)31-786 2067
From 2002 to 2005 I worked as a research assistant on the project “The Pedagogy of Learning.” My dissertation work is based on that research project (2002–2006). The project carried out various learning studies with teachers in compulsory schools. A learning study is a collaborative effort between teachers and researchers in which the goal is to design lessons to enhance the students’ learning of a particular object, such as understanding the infinite generation of decimals. The analysis of the various learning studies showed that certain aspects of the content were critical to student learning. In my dissertation project, teachers are asked to carry out lessons with specific designs (with special patterns of variation) in order to test the critical aspects in other groups of students. Another interest is to study how teachers carry out designed lessons with special variational patterns. My supervisors are Ulla Runesson and Ference Marton.
Secretary of the Collegium for Phenomenography and Variation Theory
classroom research, learning study, mathematics, learning, variation theory
Kullberg, A. (2004) Tal, delar och oändlighet. En studie om avgörande skillnader i undervisning och lärande om decimaltal. (C-uppsats).