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researchED Scandinavia 2017, Oslo

22nd April 2017 @ 9:00 am - 4:30 pm

researchED Oslo

researchED Scandinavia is back! After last year’s sell-out success in Gothenburg, we decided to make it an annual event, this year hosted in beautiful Norway. Come and hear a brilliant mix of some of the best and most fascinating voices in education talk about what the latest evidence tells us about teaching, running schools, and education in general. From teachers to academics, this conference is for everyone interested in improving education or affected by it. The day features keynotes, workshops, panels, networking, listening, discussion and learning. It’s a day of brilliant ideas and important questions, in an atmosphere of relaxed challenge.

We believe that teaching matters, and if we want to improve the profession, we need to be responsible for our own learning. We hope to see you there.

-Tom Bennett, Founder, researchED

This conference will be conducted in English for maximum convenience of attendees and speakers. Lunch and light refreshments are included.

Our exciting list of speakers so far includes

David Didau , Education blogger The Learning Spy

Eva Hartell , Senior Lecturer tech, science and math for Haninge schools, PhD KTH Stockholm

Odin Nøsen, Educaton blogger, tekno competent advisor with wild ideas at the school office in Randaberg, Rogaland

Tobias Staaby, Teacher and advisor on games and learning at Nordahl Grieg videregående skole

Harry Fletcher-Wood , Researcher for Teach First UK

Jelmer Evers , Teacher at UniC school in Utrecht, global edublogger, writer, innovator and system flipper

Jeremy Hodgen , Professor of Mathematics Education, University of Nottingham

Karin Berg , Teacher of Swedish and Religion, Schillerska gymnasiet, Gothenburg

Lucy Crehan , International Education Comparative analyst

Ove Christensen , Associate professor, R&D, University College Zealand

Tine Sophie Prøitz , Associate professor, Buskerud and Vestfold University College

Tom Bennett , Founder of researchED, UK Government Advisor on Behaviour

Anette Jahnke , Project leader Gothenburg University and research institute ifous. PhD in professional praxis

Alli Klapp , Senior lecturer and researcher, Education and Special Education, University of Gothenburg

Leena Liusvaara , Principal, Ressu comprehensive school, Helsinki

Tom Sherrington, Education Consultant

Petteri Elo , Teacher Hiidenkivi comprehensive, Helsinki. Educational consultant

Pedro De Bruyckere , Educational scientist, author, teacher & researcher

Jaana Silvennoinen, EFL teacher, Teacher Educator and Vice Principal for upper secondary level at Helsinki Normal Lyceum, University of Helsinki

Andy Oxman, health services researcher in the Centre for Informed Health Choices at the Norwegian Institute of Public Health

Lucy Rycroft-Smith, Cambridge Mathematics

Rodica Ernst-Militaru, Maths teacher, Udens College, The Netherlands

Plonie Nijhof, Maths teacher, Hermann Wesselink College, The Netherlands

Additional speakers, speaker’s photos and session titles will be added. You are welcome to book your ticket and fill in the form to get updates.



Lucy Rycroft-Smith

Recent research in maths education

Tom Sherrington

Why is Barak Rosenshine's Principles of Instruction paper so good?

Harry Fletcher-Wood

Responsive teaching: a fresh look at feedback

David Didau

How to get the best out of teachers

Petteri Elo

Finnish National Core Curriculum for Basic Education in a Nutshell

Karin Berg

To consider and reconsider teaching

Ove Christensen

Connected Educators - Teacher led professional development with Edcamps and networking

Alli Klapp

How does grading affect students` learning?

Pedro De Bruyckere

Basic Ingredients for Great Teaching

Anette Jahnke

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

Eva Hartell

Comparative judgement

Tom Bennett

Lucy Crehan

Lessons for Sweden from ‘top-performing’ education systems

Jeremy Hodgen

Interpreting meta-analyses in education: what they can tell us and what to watch out for

Andy Oxman

Designing and evaluating resources to teach children to think critically about claims

Tim Walker

Finland's SIMPLE Approach to Education

Tine Sophie Prøitz

Funny numbers - data use in local education policy

Jaana Silvennoinen

ITE and Teacher Autonomy in Finland

Tobias Staaby

My God - it’s full of games!

Odin Nøsen

My God - it’s full of games!

Jelmer Evers

The Future of the Teaching profession: automated or professional

Plonie Nijhof, Rodica Ernst Militaru

Getting started with the META-method


22nd April 2017
9:00 am - 4:30 pm
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