Assessment, Teaching and Learning in Science Education
The research group 'Assessment, Teaching and Learning in Science Education' studies teaching and learning processes in science education at all educational levels – with a focus on secondary and tertiary education. A primary focus in the research is assessment of and for student learning. More specifically, the members of the research group investigate how teachers can operationalise complex competencies (such as inquiry competencies, innovation, argumentation, modelling, educational formation ('Bildung’), and societal decision-making) as learning goals in science teaching and assess students’ progress in obtaining these goals. Further, the group is concerned with studying and improving science teacher’s professional development at both national and international levels.
Research output: Other contribution › Net publication - Internet publication › Research
A Competence-Oriented Approach to Models and Modelling in Lower Secondary Science Education: Practices and Rationales Among Danish Teachers
Research output: Contribution to journal › Journal article › Research › peer-review
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Encyclopedia chapter › Communication