Peter Bergström got his PhD in educational work in 2012 and has a Msc in learning, research and high quality workmanship for school. Since 2001, Peter worked in different projects aimed to develop e-learning in higher education through different European projects e.g. eLene-TT and eLene-TLC. In 2012, Peter defended his thesis “Designing for the Unknown: Didactical Design for Process-based Assessment in Technology-rich Learning Environments”. His current research is focused on process-based assessment and one-to-one computing.
Bergström, Peter & Årebrand, Stina. 2013. The student-role in the one-to-one computing classroom: Tensions between teacher-centred learning and student-centred learning. In Scaling up Learning for Sustained Impact, Hernández-Leo, Dan et al. (Eds). 424-429. Lecture Notes in Computer Science 8095, Paphos. Berlin: Springer Verlag. Doi: 10.1007/978-3-642-40814-4_33
Bergström, P. (2012). Didactical design for online process-based assessment in teacher education: Making the informal formal In H. Yang, H. & S. Wang (Eds.), Cases on Online, Communities and Beyond: Investigations and Applications (pp. 403-425). Hershey: IGI Global.
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