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Biosketch: Anne Solli

Since August 2015, Anne Solli is a PhD student at the Department of Education, Communication and Learning, Faculty of Education, University of Gothenburg. Her doctoral studies will be carried out in the project Learning and Teaching through Controversy Mapping (LETCOM) which is funded by the Swedish Research Council. The aim of this project is to investigate what it means to learn about science and engage with issues in techno-scientific innovation in a world that relies heavily on digitized information. Anne investigates how science students handle uncertainties and differences of opinion regarding issues generated by techno-scientific innovations and how the students engage with network graphing software when exploring and disentangling the controversy as it appears on websites online.

In 2012 she wrote a licentiate thesis at Chalmers University of Technology about biotechnology students´ understanding of the opposition to genetically modified organisms (GMO).


Anne Solli, Thomas Hillman, Åsa Mäkitalo (2016)
Engaging with controversy maps in a school science context. Fostering deliberative argumentation in schools towards the constitution of a deliberative democracy.
Presented at the 12th ICLS conference, Singapore.

Anne Solli, Åsa Mäkitalo (2016)
Holding multiple perspectives in a dialogical space: Mapping and negotiating controversial issues in an upper secondary school setting
Presented at the EARLI SIG conference, Tartu, Estonia.

Anne Solli, Frank Bach, Björn Åkerman (2014)
Learning to argue as a biotechnologist: Disprivileging opposition to genetically modified food. Cultural Studies of Science Education, Volume 9, No 1, pp1-23 2014

Anne Solli (2013)
Student alignment with the bioscience community in the GM food debate. Science Education Research For Evidence-based Teaching and Coherence in Learning Proceedings of the ESERA 2013 Conference

Anne Solli (2012)
A Discourse Perspective on the Learning of Biotechnology.
Licentiate thesis, Chalmers University of Technology.

Anne Solli


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