In the group of digital learning at schools, “digital learning” is understood broad way. We are interested how digital tools and digitalization change teaching and learning and how teaching and learning can be changed by digital tools. In collaboration with faculty researchers and project partners, we are analyzing the role of digital tools at school and how digital tools can be applied a novel way to better understand the learning processes. Topics or contexts have been students emotions and interest, science learning, sustainability, making inventions.
We have been developing in-situ data gathering methods using clickers and mobile phones. Further, we are interested in network analysis and co-occurrence analysis. Methodologically, we have been engaged in educational design-based research.
Research is organized within research-practice partnership projects where teachers are understood as a members of the research group.
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