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researchED Haninge 2019

9th February 2019 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Welcome to researchED Haninge!
It’s such an honour to be allowed to hold the latest of many events in Sweden, and I’m delighted you could make it. Never let it be said that teachers and educators only care about their own classrooms. Here we see a community of practitioners who give up their time, to attend, to speak, to learn from one another. And why? Because nothing is more precious than our children, and nothing is more valuable than the quality of world we leave them to explore and live in. Which is why the quality of education we provide is crucial. Systems driven by prejudice, intuition, bias and superstition are dysfunctional systems. Ones based on reason, evidence, wisdom and shared, structured, understood experience- driven by compassion and love- are systems we can be proud of. I hope you enjoy yourself, and take part in the spirit of researchED: sharing, thinking, questioning, learning.

Have a great day

Tom Bennett
Founder and director, researchED

Speakers confirmed (so far):

Alex Quigley, Senior Associate, Research Schools, EEF
Oliver Caviglioli, Visualiser of ed. ideas and processes, London
Per Kornhall, Independent researcher and author
Marcus Lithander, PhD Student University of Massachusetts, USA
Lisa Björklund Boistrup, Associate professor, Stockholm University
Åsa Hirsh, PhD, Senior lecturer in Education and Special Education, Gothenburg University
Eva Hartell, PhD, Senior Lecturer and researcher, Haninge and KTH
David Didau, The Learning Spy
Tom Sherrington, Educational Consultant and Trainer
Megumi Honjo, Associate Professor, Kanazawa University
Lena Adamson, Associate Professor Stockholm University
Alli Klapp, Associate professor, University of Gothenburg
Beth Greville-Giddings, Research Lead & T A, Nottingham
Jan Tishauser, Program Manager, ResearchED Netherlands
Helena Kvarnsell, Authour and STEM teacher, Björknässkolan, Nacka
Paul Kirschner, Distinguished Professor, Open University, The Netherlands
Gary Jones, Dr – independent researcher and consultant
Anette Jahnke, PhD, Project leader Gothenburg University and Ifous.
Åsa Plesner, Co-founder, Tankesmedjan Balans
Maria Jarlsdotter, School Principal at Malmö Latinskola, Malmö
Deep Singh Ghataura, Physics and maths teacher Heston community school, London
Jonas Thorén, Media Producer and Teacher Coach within Digital Learning, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Stewe Dew, Headteacher, Church Cowley St James Primary School, Oxford
Marije Lesterhuis, PhD, Postdoc researcher, University of Antwerp
Casper Hulshof, Dr of Social and Behavioural Sciences, Utrecht University Holland
Susan Douglas, Senior Leadership Advisor British Council, CEO of the Eden Academy Trust
Ben Newmark, Vice principal, ex Head of Humanities and Teacher of History, Warwickshire
Joakim Landahl, Professor of Pedagogy and Didactics, Stockholm University
Anna Lind Pantzare, PhD, Project leader for national tests development, Umeå University
Helena Lennholm, PhD, Associate professor, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm
Johan Lindmark, Special Educator for the visionally and hearing impaired, Haninge
Dianne Murphy, Author and secondary school reading specialist, Thinking Reading
James Murphy, Director, Research and implementation, Thinking Reading
Jonathan Wedman, PhD, Senior Lecturer at Departement of Applied Educational Science, Umeå University
Jeffrey Buckley, PhD, Post Doc. researcher at Athlone Institute of Technology, Univ. of Limerick and KTH Royal Institute of
Pernilla Lundgren, PhD and educational consultant
Jessica Hintze Programme coordinator and policy advisor Erasmus+ school sector.
Lisa Rannikko Programme officer for strategic partnerships Erasmus+
Harry Fletcher Wood, Associate Dean, Institute for Teaching, London
Malin Jansson, Educational developer, PhD student, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm
Alex Weatherall, Developer for TeacherTapp
Karolina Fredriksson, Researcher/Project Manager at the Swedish Institute for Educational Research

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Karolina Fredriksson

Supporting children’s social skills through play – teaching in pre-school

Alex Weatherall

Next steps for teacher survey platform

Malin Jansson

TalkMath - Discussing mathematics using an online tool

Jonathan Wedman

Tests, test construction and score interpretation

Dianne Murphy

7 Misconceptions About Teaching Adolescents to Read

Pernilla Lundgren

Grading is not about ticking boxes

Helena Lennholm

Board games in secondary and higher education for sustainable development - to improve teaching efficiency and interdisciplinary collaboration

Johan Lindmark

How to make all pupils hear you

Anna Lind Pantzare

Digitalization of the national tests in science and mathematics, possibilities and challenges

Joakim Landahl

Schools in crisis: a historical perspective

Casper Hulshof

Voodoo, rats, and growth problems: the dark history behind the theory of mindset

Maria Jarlsdotter

What do we mean when we talk about the increased workload for teachers?

Helena Kvarnsell

Work smart! - To be a good teacher without effort

Steve Dew

Is there a better way to moderate writing?

Marije Lesterhuis

The validity of comparative judgement

Jonas Thorén

Design and Production of Video Presentations for Digital Learning

Åsa Hirsh

"I don't know how she does it - but she creates magic"

Åsa Plesner

Why are teachers so tired?

Jan Tishauser

Graham Nuthall: The Hidden Lives of Learners

Deep Ghataura

Fundamental measurement for schools and departments

Jessica Hintze & Lisa Rannikko

How can research(ers) learn from and interact with schools in international co-operation projects?

Paul Kirschner

21st century skills: Not 21st century and mostly not skills!

Megumi Honjo & Eva Hartell

Comparative Study on Physics Education of Sweden and Japan

Oliver Caviglioli

Memory and Meaning

Harry Fletcher-Wood

Responsive teaching: a fresh look at feedback

David Didau

Making Kids Cleverer: A manifesto for closing the advantage gap

Marcus Lithander

Preventing Misinformation: How should Educational Interventions be Designed?

Tom Sherrington

Barak Rosenshine's Principles of Instruction paper: Why is it so popular and powerful?

Lisa Björklund Boistrup

Mathematics and vocational knowing: A framework for collaborative teaching

Alli Klapp

How does grading affect students` learning?

Gary Jones

Professional judgement - what is it and how to get better at it.

Anette Jahnke

Education resting on a scientific foundation and proven experience - is that really possible?

Jeffrey Buckley

The importance and usefulness of comparative judgement for educational assessment

Lena Adamson

Research based school leadership?

Alex Quigley

The Magic of Metacognition & Opening the Education Endowment Foundation’s Teaching & Learning Toolkit

Beth Greville-Giddings

Leading professional development - building expertise

Per Kornhall

Where are we heading? Current school policies in Sweden

Susan Douglas

Leadership Matters: The English School Leadership Landscape

Ben Newmark

So what if nothing we do makes a difference?

James Murphy

Six kinds of behaviour problems in lessons and how to deal with them.



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9th February 2019
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Fredrika Bremergymnasiet
Dalarövägen 64, Handen
Haninge, 136 46 Sweden
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