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Projects at KTH Learning

  • ATS - Assessment of Transversal Skills in STEM

    Published Feb 18, 2021

    Assessment of Transversal Skills in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) is an innovative project implemented in eight EU countries...

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  • K-ULF - Compensatory teaching for learning and research

    Published Feb 11, 2021

    K-ULF project is run in collaboration between KTH and three city authorities (huvudmän), the city of Stockholm, Haninge municipality and the city of L...

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  • TeaEdu4CT project - Computational thinking

    Published Sep 30, 2020

    The aim of the project is to develop innovative educational approaches to practical STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math) education that...

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  • A European engineering campus UNITE! is evolving

    Published Sep 25, 2020

    As part of an education and research initiative, the EU Commission is financing a consortium of distinguished universities with a technical focus. K...

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  • KTH knowledge sharpens African universities

    In March, teachers from African universities participated in a workshop on Student-centered learning at KTH. Here they visit the Visualization Studio at KTH. (Photo: Sara Nyberg)
    Published May 27, 2019

    The ITM School helps five African universities to excel in entrepreneurship and teaching methods. Together with a handful of European universities, KT...

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  • Blending Swedish - Practitional Research on Blended Learning

    Published Sep 26, 2016

    Blending Swedish is a Nordplus Project KTH carries out together with the University of Iceland and Aalto University. The project will investigate how ...

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  • Teaching physics - with incentive to be different

    Published Aug 06, 2015

    Is it possible to increase students’ interest in the natural sciences by finding new ways to reason about the science subjects? What do natural scient...

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