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Erik Straume Bussesund

Erik Straume Bussesund


Erik Straume Bussesund is a pedagogue with a master's from the Department of Education at the University of Oslo, and is currently a PhD candidate at OsloMet. His research project focuses on the framework surrounding teacher professional development concerning digital technologies in teaching and learning in primary schools and teacher education. He has an interdisciplinary approach that utilises sociological, linguistic, and philosophical methods to shed light on the issue of teacher professionalism and the digitalisation of education. He has participated in various research and development projects related to the use of digital devices in higher education and primary education, both under the auspices of the Universities of Oslo. He has also been part of competence-building seminars with in-service teachers, which aimed to enhance teacher-specific digital competence. His main research interests include several areas of technology-enhanced learning, such as Cyber ethics, digital citizenship, education policy, curriculum, digital literacy, technology adaption, and the theory of professions.

Scientific publications

Bussesund, Erik Straume ; Engen, Bård Ketil ; McGarr, Oliver (2023). Digital compliance or professional competence? Representations of teachers and digital futures in the Norwegian Qualification Framework. Learning, Media & Technology.

These publications are obtained from Cristin. The list may be incomplete