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Samuel Sollerman 2

Samuel Sollerman

Provutvecklare, doktorand

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Works at Department of Mathematics and Science Education
Telephone 08-120 766 33
Email samuel.sollerman@mnd.su.se
Visiting address Svante Arrheniusväg 20 A, E-huset, Arrheniuslab
Room E 562
Postal address Institutionen för matematikämnets och naturvetenskapsämnenas didaktik 106 91 Stockholm

About me

Included in the research group "PRIM-gruppen"
- PhD-student in mathematics education with a focus on assessment
- Subject expert, mathematics, in PISA 2012 and PISA 2015, in Sweden.
- Project leader for mathematics in PISA 2018, in Sweden.
- Project leader for mathematics in TIMSS 2019, in Sweden.
- Responsible for the statistical analysis of national test in PRIM-gruppen.

Teaching

Lectures about assessment, national test and the PISA study (with focus on mathematics). A selection of lectures:

2018 Stockholm, Lecture at Stockholms university, "Digital tests in Sweden - possibilities and challenges"

2018 Karlstad, Lecture at Karlstad university, "Internationella studier", (w Axelsson)

2017 Örebro, Lecture at Örebro university, "Matematiken och matematikresultaten i PISA och TIMSS"

2017, Stockholm, Lecture at Institute of International Education, Stockholm university. The results from PISA 2015 from a Swedish perspective: Results and trends (w Fredriksson).

2017, Stockholm. Lecture for the board of Lärarförbundet. ”Vad säger PISA-resultaten” (PISA 2015), (w Fredriksson och Oskarsson).

2016, Stockholm, Open lecture at Stockholm University. ”Vad säger PISA-resultaten? (PISA 2015)”, (w Pettersson, Fredriksson och Oskarsson).

2015, Oslo. Keynote speaker at a conference for Nordic Mathematics Assessment Network at Oslo University, ”Oral assessment in mathematics”.

2015, Oslo. Lecture at CEMOs conference Standard setting in the Nordic countries at Oslo University, ”Combining test grades based on cut scores with qualitative points”.

2015, Freiburg. Lecture at Pädagogische Hochschule in Freiburg, ”PISA-results in a Swedish perspective”.

2014, Oslo. Lecture on the doctoral course Modelling and measuring mathematical competence, "Assessing mathematics with oral tests".

Research

The research focuses validity in large-scale measurements of mathematical knowledge. The research interest includes questions about the relationship between international large-scale measurements and mathematical knowledge, in a Swedish context. This includes interpretation as well as the use and the consequences of these large-scale measurements and results obtained from them.

Last updated: February 28, 2018

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