PeVALS publications

Swedish text-books about Learning Study:


Lärande i skolan – Learning study som skolutvecklingsmodel

Learning Study i förskolan

International publications (peer-review):

Thorshag, K., & Holmqvist, M. (2019). Pre-school children’s expressed technological volition during construction play. International Journal of Technology and Design Education, 29(5), 987-998.

Holmqvist, M., & Selin, P. (2019). What makes the difference? An empirical comparison of critical aspects identified in phenomenographic and variation theory analyses. Palgrave Communications, 5(1), 1-8.  

Holmqvist, M., Bergentoft, H., & Selin, P. (2018). Teacher researchers creating communities of research practice by the use of a professional development approach. Teacher Development, 22(2), 191-209.

Holmqvist, M. (2017). Models for collaborative professional development for teachers in mathematics. International Journal for Lesson and Learning Studies, 6(3), 190-201.

Brante, G., Holmqvist Olander, M., Holmquist, P-O., & Palla, M. (2015). Theorizing teaching and learning: Pre-service teachers’ theoretical awareness of learning. European Journal of Teacher Education, 38(1), 102-118.

Holmqvist Olander, M. (2015). Quality indicators for improvement science by teachers as researchers. In D. Garbett and A. Owens (Eds.). Teaching for tomorrow today, (p. 285-293). Auckland: Edify Ltd.

Holmqvist Olander, M. & Nyberg, E. (2014). Learning study guided by variation theory: Exemplified by children learning to halve and double whole numbers. Journal of Research in Childhood Education, 28, 238-260.

Holmqvist, M. & Bergentoft, H. (2014). Regulation of tenseness. International Journal for Lesson and Learning Studies, Vol. 3, No. 1, pp. 24-45.

Holmqvist, M. (2011). Teachers’ learning in a learning study. Instructional Science, 39(4), 497-511.

Holmqvist, M., Gustavsson , L. & Wernberg, A. (2007): Generative learning. Learning beyond the learningsituation. Educational Action Research, vol 15, no 2, p 181-208.

Holmqvist, M., Gustavsson, L. & Wernberg, A. (2008) Variation Theory – An Organizing Principle to Guide Design Research in Education. In Kelly, A.E., Lesh, R., &. Baek J. (eds) Handbook of design research methods in education, p 111-130. New York: Routledge.