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  • Schools supported by KTH research

    Three Stockholm municipalities have been given the chance to both contribute to and take part in research that KTH's teacher students do in their degree projects. The "KULF" project at the Department of Learning, has received good attention for its results.

  • "Maths coach online" evens out the odds

    "Maths coach online" (Mattecoach på nätet) offers young people aged 12-19 help with mathematics through online coaching by using text messages and a shared digital whiteboard. The coaches are teacher students at a Swedish university. Since the start, 25,000 calls have been made. The service is a compensatory tool to ensure that all students, regardless of socio-economic background, have access to to help with homework. All calls are saved for use in research.

  • BibCap reveals the research community

    By building an advanced bibliometric analysis capacity where you can compare universities and colleges, research institutes, companies and other organizations, you can see how these are positioned over time, collaborate and have an impact in the global research system. The purpose of the BibCap project is to be able to deliver relevant bibliometric analyzes in order to develop Swedish research, but also to get an overview and understanding of the international publication within the scientific community.

  • 8 million to “Mattecoach på nätet”

    With 8 new million from Erling-Persson's foundation, Mattecoach på nätet (Mathcoach online) will expand geographically, and the number of math coaches will increase.

  • KTH knowledge sharpens African universities

    The ITM School helps five African universities to excel in entrepreneurship and teaching methods. Together with a handful of European universities, KTH will increase their competence in various fields of education.

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Last changed: Sep 22, 2020