Assessment of Knowledge in Educational Systems – A national doctoral school for teacher educators
In 2020, the doctoral school Assessment of Knowledge in Educational Systems (acronym ASSESS) started. This is a collaboration between Gothenburg, Uppsala and Stockholm universities around a doctoral school for teacher educators and future teacher educators.
ASSESS' purpose is to strengthen research competence and educational science research in the assessment area within teacher education. Assessment is a broad field and includes knowledge of different subject knowledge as well as how to observe, assess and measure them. In the assessment area, knowledge measurements are a central part that deals with assessment and evaluation of knowledge and skills. The doctoral school focuses on developing quantitative research competence for critical review and in-depth analyzes of national and international knowledge measurements. One goal is to make better use of existing assessments of knowledge and evaluations for important educational science issues.
New doctoral student appointments
New admission to ASSESS doctoral school for teacher educators starting January 2022!
ASSESS doctoral school has been granted funding from the Swedish Research Council for a new round of 9 doctoral students to be employed in January 2022. Of these 9 doctoral students, 4 will be employed at the University of Gothenburg, 3 at Uppsala University and 2 at Stockholm University. The call opens on 19 August and closes on 1 October and applications are made at each higher education institution.