Marcus Lithander is an experienced instructional designer, educational developer, and researcher at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Stockholm, Sweden. He earned his Ph.D. in Applied Cognitive Psychology from the University of Massachusetts and has since focused his research on student learning, metacognition, educational misconceptions, and critical thinking.
Currently, he is working on developing courses in lifelong learning at KTH, which will benefit students in their continuing education and professional development. Lithander's research and teaching approach are grounded in evidence-based practices, and he is committed to improving education through innovative course design and research.
More about Marcus:
Basic Communication and Teaching (FLH3000), assistant | Course web
Classroom Psychology: Cognitive Psychology and Learning (LD1001), course responsible, teacher | Course web
Environmental Psychology and behavior analysis (LD1002), course responsible, teacher | Course web
Leadership for Learning and Development (LT1056), teacher | Course web
Learn to learn online (LD1000), teacher | Course web
Procrastination and Perfectionism (LD1003), teacher | Course web
Psychology and Critical Thinking (LD1004), course responsible, teacher | Course web
Special Education and Perspectives on Learning and Development (LT1020), teacher | Course web