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Biosketch: Monica Haraldsson Sträng

Monica H. Sträng has a background as teacher and supervisor in the training of teachers and teacher's further training, and is currently a Ph.D. student at the Department of Education, Gothenburg. The dissertation project is focusing teacher-student communication about Nature in different contexts in the pre - and primary school. She carries out studies of interactions in science-education in different settings and is involved in projects focusing how to incorporate research into the field of action at science centers. Monica H. Sträng is member of the European panel on sustainable development - eary childhood education.

Recent publications

Sträng, M. H. (2008).Talking about science from the child's perspective, an important feature of early childhood education for a sustainable society. In The contribution of early childhood education to a sutainable society. Paris: UNESCO Education Sector.

Sträng, M. H. (2009, mars). Thirteen-year-olds excluding predators when working with ecological processes on the African savannah. Paper presented at the 37:th NFPF-congress, Trondheim, Norway.

Sträng, M. H., & Åberg-Bengtsson, L. (2009). 'From the mountain and then?' Five-year-olds visiting the 'Way of the water' exhibition at a science centre. International Journal of Early Childhood, 41, 13-31.

Sträng, M. H., & Åberg-Bengtsson, L. (2010). "Where do you think the water comes from?" Teacher-pupil dialogues about water as an environmental phenomenon. Scandinavian Journal of Educational Research, 54(4), 313-333.

Monica Sträng

Monica Haraldsson Sträng


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