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Name: FERENCE MARTON
LPS Team Leader in Gothenburg



Position: Professor, Department of Education

Contact details:
Department of Education
Göteborgs universitet
Box 300: SE-405 30
Göteborg
Sweden

Fax: +46 317 732 462
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Name: SVERKER LINDBLAD



Position: Professor, Department of Education

Contact details:
Göteborg University
Department of Education
Box 300
SE 405 Gothenburg,
Sweden

Phone: +46 31-773 2511
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Recent and current professional activities:
Professor Sverker Lindblad is Professor (Chair) of the Department of Education (since 1994) at Uppsala University. He has served as a member of the University Equity Committee (1992-1998), the University Committee on Multicultural issues (1999-present), and on different commissions (e.g. selections for chairs and professorships). He was the scientific leader and co-ordinator for several research projects founded by different research councils, including a recently completed nine-country study on Education Governance and Social Inclusion and Exclusion funded under the EU-TSER programme (FP4). He served as a member of the Nordisk Forening for Pedagogisk forskning (1995-1999) and as President of the European Educational Researcher Association (1999-2001). Lindblad sits on the editorial board of many scientific journals including Pedagogisk Forskning i Sverige; Schweizerische Zeitschrift fur Bildungswissenschaften; European Educational Research Journal; Social Psychology of Education; Journal of Educational Change; Identity: an international journal of theory and research; and Change - Transformations in Education. In recent years he has given keynote speeches and invited presentations concerning major educational issues in e.g. Moscow, Oslo, Hong Kong, Capetown, Edinburgh, Malaga, Turku, Keele, Lille and Lahti.

Selected publications:
Lindblad, S. (1997): Imposed Professionalization. On Teacher´s Work and Experiences of Deregulation of Education in Sweden. I Nilsson, I. & Lundahl, L. (Eds.) Teachers, Curriculum and Policy - Critical Perspectives in Educational Research. Ume University: Printing Office.

Lindblad, S. (1998): Towards a social understanding of teachers: Swedish positions and experiencies. In Biddle, B, Good, T & Goodson, I (Eds): International Handbook of Research on Teachers and Teaching. Kluwer. pp. 303-352.

Lindblad, S. (1999): Changes in European Education from a Scandinavian Perspective. Revista de Investigation Educativa, vol. 17, no. 2, pp. 247-275.

Lindblad, S. (2000): Education Research in our Time. European Educational Researcher, vol 6, No 1, pp 33-35.

Lindblad, S. (2001): Going international: On educational research in globalising contexts.Key note speech at the conference. Travelling policy / Local spaces: Globalisation, Identities and Education Policy in Europe. Keele, 27-29 June 2001.

Lindblad, S. & Mulder, M. (1999): Changing conditions of educational research in Europe. European Educational Researcher, vol. 5, no. 3. pp. 2-19.

Lindblad, S. & Perez Prieto, H. (1998): Conceptions of Teachers from their Students Point of View: Experiences from Swedish Lower and Upper Secondary Schools. EERA Bulletin vol. 1, no. 2.

Lindblad, S. & Popkewitz, T. (2000): Education Governance and Social Integration and Exclusion: Studies in the Powers of Reason and the Reasons of Power, Uppsala Reports on Education no. 39.

Popkewitz, T., Lindblad, S. (2000): Educational Governance and Social Inclusion and Exclusion: A Conceptual Review of Equity and Post-Modern Traditions. Discourse, vol. 21, no. 1, pp. 1-44.

Popkewitz, T. & Lindblad, S. (2001): Estatísticas educacionais como um sistema de razão: relações entre governo da educação e inclusão e exclusão sociais. Educação & Sociedade, vol. 22, no. 75.

LPS related publications:

Lindblad, S. (1997): Imposed Professionalization. On Teacher's Work and Experiences of Deregulation of Education in Sweden. In Nilsson, I. & Lundahl, L. (Eds.) Teachers, Curriculum and Policy - Critical Perspectives in Educational Research. Ume University: Printing Office.

* Lindblad, S. (1998): Towards a social understanding of teachers: Swedish positions and experiencies. In Biddle, B., Good, T. & Goodson, I. (Eds): International Handbook of Research on Teachers and Teaching. Kluwer. pp. 303-352.

* Lindblad, S. (1999): Changes in European Education from a Scandinavian Perspective. Revista de Investigation Educativa, vol. 17, no. 2 pp. 247-275.

* Lindblad, S. (2000): Education Research in our Time. European Educational Researcher, vol. 6, no. 1, pp. 33-35.

* Lindblad, S. (2001): Going international: On educational research in globalising contexts. Key note speech at the conference "Travelling policy / Local spaces: Globalisation, Identities and Education Policy in Europe". Keele, 27-29 June 2001.

Lindblad, S. & Mulder, M. (1999): Changing conditions of educational research in Europe. European Educational Researcher, vol. 5, no. 3. pp. 2-19.

Lindblad, S. & Perez Prieto, H. (1998): Conceptions of Teachers from their Students Point of View: Experiences from Swedish Lower and Upper Secondary Schools. EERA Bulletin, vol.1, no. 2.

* Lindblad, S. & Popkewitz, T. (2001): Education Governance and Social Integration and Exclusion: Studies in the Powers of Reason and the Reasons of Power, Uppsala Reports on Education, no. 39.

Popkewitz, T. & Lindblad, S. (2000): Educational Governance and Social Inclusion and Exclusion: A Conceptual Review of Equity and Post-Modern Traditions. Discourse, vol. 21, no. 1, pp. 1-44.

* Popkewitz, T. & Lindblad, S. (2001): Estatísticas educacionais como um sistema de razão: relações entre governo da educação e inclusão e exclusão sociais. Educação & Sociedade, vol. 2,2 no. 75.
* Denotes LPS related papers.


Name: JONAS EMANUELSSON



Position: Senior Lecturer, Team leader for the Gothenburg group.

Contact details:
Department of Education; Göteborgs universitet:
Box 300: SE-405 30 Göteborg

Voice: +46 31 773 2265
Fax: +46 31 773 2462
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Current and recent professional activities:
Jonas Emanuelsson currently holds a post-doc research position financed by The Swedish Research Council. His research in various projects has been related to students' learning and teachers‚ teaching in mathematics and Science. In his PhD he investigates how teachers‚ questioning in the classroom makes it possible for them to learn about their students' ways of understanding the content taught in mathematics and science. His interest within the LPS-project mainly concerns cultural variation in relations between learning and teaching. Another interest within the project concerns the coordination of two different theoretical positions on classroom interaction:

*Interaction analyses within a conversation analytic framework (e.g Schegloff, 1996), adapted for educational research (e.g. Sahlström, 2002)

*The theory of variation (e.g Marton & Booth, 1997; Runesson 1999; Emanuelsson 2001.)

Selected Publications

Peer-reviewed Articles

Emanuelsson, J & Sahlström, F. (2008). The price of participation – Teacher Control versus Student Participation in Classroom Interaction. Scandinavian Journal for Education 52(2), 205 – 223

Peer-reviewed Conference Contributions

Clarke, D., Emanuelsson, J. & Ohtani, M. (2010). Speaking in and about the mathematics classroom. Research forum organised at PME 2010, Bela Horizonte, Brazil

Emanuelsson, J. & Clarke, D. (2004). Contrasting comparative research in mathematics education. Introduction to Research Forum presented at the PME conference 2004 in Bergen

Emanuelsson, J. & Häggström, J. (2008). Algebra teaching and classroom evaluation in the west and the east: A comparative study of classroom interaction in relation to algebraic tasks. Paper presented as a part of the symposium: Cross-cultural comparisons in the teaching of algebra at AERA, New York City, March 24-28, 2008

Emanuelsson, J,. & Häggström, J. (2009). Questioning in the Classroom: Patterns of Interaction and Variation. Paper presented at EARLI 2009, Amsterdam

Emanuelsson, J. & Gallos Cronberg, F. (2011). Students’ private work in mathematics classrooms of competent teachers (in Sweden, Philippines and Japan): Presented as part of the symposium: The performative realisation of competence in Asian and Western mathematics classrooms at the EARLI conference in Exeter, August 30- September 3, 2011.

Book Chapter

Niss, M., Emanuelsson, J. & Nyström, P. (2013). Methods for Studying Mathematics Teaching and Learning Internationally. In M. A. Clements, C. Keitel, A. J. Bishop, J. Kilpatrick and F. Leung (Eds). Third International Handbook of Mathematics Education (pp. 975-1008). New York: Springer.

In press

Movshovitz-Hadar, N., Emanuelsson, J., Fischman, D., Levy, A. & Usiskin, Z. (in press). Mathematics and Mathematics Education Policy – Searching for Common Ground. In B., Sriraman and G., Kaiser Mathematics & Mathematics Education: Searching for Common Ground. To be published in the series Advances in Mathematics Education, New York: Springer.

For Full list of LPS related publications see:

http://gup.ub.gu.se/lists/publications/people/html/index.xsql?ids=63778&names=Emanuelsson%2C+Jonas+%281962%29+%5B63778%5D&lyear=1900&hyear=2020&sort=year&format=default&rows=100
Name: Livia Norström

Position: (Assistant researcher)

Contact details:
Postal: Department of Education
Göteborgs universitet
Box 300
SE-405 30 Göteborg; Sweden

Voice: +46 31 773 2097
Fax: +46 31 773 2462
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Name: JOSEFIN HAGGBLOM



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Name: FRITJOF SAHLSTROM



Position: LPS Team Leader in Uppsala

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Peer-reviewed Articles

Emanuelsson, J & Sahlström, F. (2008). The price of participation – Teacher Control versus Student Participation in Classroom Interaction. Scandinavian Journal for Education 52(2), 205 – 223

Peer-reviewed Conference Contributions

Clarke, D., Emanuelsson, J. & Ohtani, M. (2010). Speaking in and about the mathematics classroom. Research forum organised at PME 2010, Bela Horizonte, Brazil

Emanuelsson, J. & Clarke, D. (2004). Contrasting comparative research in mathematics education. Introduction to Research Forum presented at the PME conference 2004 in Bergen

Emanuelsson, J. & Häggström, J. (2008). Algebra teaching and classroom evaluation in the west and the east: A comparative study of classroom interaction in relation to algebraic tasks. Paper presented as a part of the symposium: Cross-cultural comparisons in the teaching of algebra at AERA, New York City, March 24-28, 2008

Emanuelsson, J,. & Häggström, J. (2009). Questioning in the Classroom: Patterns of Interaction and Variation. Paper presented at EARLI 2009, Amsterdam

Emanuelsson, J. & Gallos Cronberg, F. (2011). Students’ private work in mathematics classrooms of competent teachers (in Sweden, Philippines and Japan): Presented as part of the symposium: The performative realisation of competence in Asian and Western mathematics classrooms at the EARLI conference in Exeter, August 30- September 3, 2011.

Overviews, Book Chapters, Books

Niss, M., Emanuelsson, J. & Nyström, P. (2013). Methods for Studying Mathematics Teaching and Learning Internationally. In M. A. Clements, C. Keitel, A. J. Bishop, J. Kilpatrick and F. Leung. Third International Handbook of Mathematics Education Pp 0975-1008

Ongoing work / in press /soon to be published

Nyman, R. & Emanuelsson, J. (2013?). What do students attend to? Task-related attention in Swedish settings to be published in the Sense LPS book series

Gallos Cronberg, F., & Emanuelsson, J. (2013?). Marlin’s voice. to be published in the Sense LPS book series

Movshovitz-Hadar, N., Emanuelsson, J., Fischman, D., Levy, A. & Usiskin, Z. (accepted). Mathematics and Mathematics Education Policy – Searching for Common Ground. In B., Sriraman & G., Kaiser Mathematics & Mathematics Education: Searching for Common Ground. Springer book series Advances in Mathematics Education




Name: Johan Haggström



Position: (Lecturer)

Contact details:
Postal: Department of Education
Göteborgs universitet
Box 300
SE-405 30 Göteborg;
Sweden

Voice: +46 31 773 2324
Fax: +46 31 773 2281
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Name: Bengt Johansson

Position: Senior Lecturer, responsible for supporting the Swedish project as regards to Mathematics Education and in making result available for the practice community

Contact details:
NCM, Göteborgs universitet, Vera Sandbergs allé 5A, SE-412 96 Göteborg; Sweden
Voice: +46 31 773 2287
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Name: Johan Liljestrand



Position: Lecturer Department of Education

Contact details:
Postal: Department of Education
Göteborgs universitet
Box 300
SE-405 30 Göteborg; Sweden

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Name: Ulla Runesson



Position:
Senior lecturer Department of Education

Contact details:
Postal: Department of Education
Göteborgs universitet
Box 300
SE-405 30 Göteborg;
Sweden

Tel: +46 31 773 23 73
Fax: +46 31 773 24 62
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Recent and current professional activities:
Ulla Runesson is a senior lecturer and has currently a post doc position at the Department of Education at Goteborg University. Her research interest is in teaching and learning. She has been the scientific leader of a research project "The pedagogy of variation" and active in a number of projects researching the relation between teaching and learning, some in cooperation with Hong Kong University.

Selected publications:
Runesson, U. (1996). The object and Aim of Teachers as Regards Pupils' Learning in Mathematics. In Puig, L. & Gutierrez (Eds.) Proceedings of the 20th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education. Valencia, Spain, 9 - 12 July 1996. Vol. 1. Universitat de Valencia Dept. de Didactica da la Matematica.

Berenson, S. B., van der Valk, A. E., Oldham, E. E., Runesson, U., Moreira, C. Q. & Broekman, G. B. (1996). An International Study to Investigate Prospective Teachers' Content Knowledge of the Area Concept. Paper presented at the 21st ATEE Annual Conference, Glasgow, Scotland, 1-5 September, 1996

Blanton, M., Runesson, U. & Berenson, S. (1996). Using pre-service teachers' lesson plans to understand their idea of teaching. Paper presented at the 21st ATEE Annual Conference, Glasgow, Scotland, 1-5 September, 1996.

Runesson, U. (1997c). The Experience of Mathematics Teaching. Human Awareness as a Possible Object of Research in Teaching Mathematics. In E. Pehkonen (Ed.) Proceedings of the 21st Conference of the International Group for the Psycholgy of Mathematics Education, July 14-19, 1997, Lahti, Finland.

Runesson, U., Marton, F., Prosser, M. & Trigwell, K. (1997). Teaching and Learning Science: Teachers' Perceptions of Problem Solving in University Science Courses. Paper presented at the 7th EARLI-conference, Athens, Greece, August 26-30, 1997.

Runesson, U. (1997d) Learning by Explorations in Mathematics Courses: A programme for student teachers. European Journal of Teacher Education, 20(2). pp.162-169.

Berenson, S., van der Valk, T., Oldham, E. Runesson, U., Moriera, C & Broekman, H. (1997) An International Study to Investigate Prospective Teachers' Content Knowledge of the Area Concept. European Journal of Teacher Education., (20)2. pp. 137-150

Runeson, U. (1999). Variationens pedagogik. Skilda sutt att behandla ett matematiskt innehall Goteborg Studies in Educational Sciences, nr 129 Goteborg: Acta Universitatis Gothoburgensis.

Runesson, U. (1999). Teaching as constituting a space of variation. Paper presented at the 8th EARLI conference, Goteborg, Sweden, Aug 24-28 1999.

Mok, I. A.C., Chick, P.M. Ko, Kwan, T., Marton, F., Ng, F.P. Runesson. U., & Sze-To,L-H. (1999). The anatonomy of a Chinese Lesson. Paper presented at the 8th EARLI conference, Goteborg, Sweden, Aug 24-28 1999

Runesson, U. (2001). Learning and variation. Paper presented at the 9th EARLI conference, Freiburg, Switzerland, Aug 29 -Sept. 2, 2001

Mok, I., Chik, P.M., Ko, P.Y., Kwan, T., Lo, M.L., Marton,F., Ng, F.P., Pang, M.F., Runesson, U., Sze-To, L.H.. (2001) Solving the paradox of theChinese teacher. In Watkins, D. A. & Biggs, J. B. (Eds.) Teaching the Chinese Learner: Psychological and Pedagogical perspectives. Hong Kong: Comparative Education research Centre. The University of Hong Kong.

Trigwell, K., Prosser, M., Marton, F., & Runesson, U. (2002).Views of learning, teaching practices and conceptions of problem solving in science. In Goodyear, P. & P Hativa, N. (Eds.) Teacher thinking, beliefs and knowledge in higher education. Dordrecht: Kluwer.

Runesson, U. (2002). Learning velocity graphs - the case of Laura and Fiona. Variation as a critical feature for learning. Paper presented at the 3rd Swedish Mathematics Education Reseaeminar Norrkoping, Sweden January 23-25, 2002

 
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