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Stefan Johansson

Senior lecturer

Stefan Johansson
Senior lecturer
stefan.johansson@gu.se
+46 31 786 2134
0766-182134

Room number: A2 434
Postal Address: Box 300, 40530 Göteborg
Visiting Address: Västra Hamngatan 25 , 41117 Göteborg


Department of Education and Special Education (More Information)
Box 300
405 30 Göteborg
Fax: +46 31 786 2070
Visiting Address: Västra Hamngatan 25 , 411 17 Göteborg

About Stefan Johansson

My research interest concerns validity issues in the field of educational assessment. Since I defended my thesis "On the Validity of Reading Assessments: Relationships Between Teacher Judgements, External Tests and Pupil Self-Assessments",  my reserach interests has centered on the use and consequences of international large-scale assessments, such as TIMSS and PISA. 

Moreover, I am involved in projects investigating the effects of teacher competence on student achievement. The research questions are often connected to contextual factors such as the social background of the students. For example, is teacher competence evenly distributed across different schools in Sweden?

I supervise at bachelor, master and doctoral level. I teach in courses on educational assessment, evaluation and quality in measurement, and in statistics courses using SPSS, for example.

Latest publications

Aiming for measures of long-term trends in Grade 8 mathematics: Bridges from SIMS to TIMSS 2015
Erika Majoros, Monica Rosén, Stefan Johansson, Jan-Eric Gustafsson
Presentation at the European Conference on Educational Research 2019, Hamburg, Germany, Conference contribution 2019
Conference contribution

Aiming for measures of long-term trends in Grade 8 mathematics: Bridges from SIMS to TIMSS 2015
Erika Majoros, Monica Rosén, Stefan Johansson, Jan-Eric Gustafsson
Presentation at the 8th International Research Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark, Conference contribution 2019
Conference contribution

Are academically resilient students grittier than non-resilient students?
Cecilia Thorsen, Kajsa Yang Hansen, Stefan Johansson
ECER 3-6 September, 2019, Hamburg, Conference contribution 2019
Conference contribution

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2014

Evaluating Degrees of Similarity Across 7 IEA Mathematics Studies: A Feasibility Study for a Linking Study That Covers 47 Years
Stefan Johansson, Rolf Strietholt, Monica Rosén
ECER (the European Conference on Educational Research) 2-5 Sep. 2014, Porto, Portugal, Conference contribution 2014
Conference contribution

2013

Lärarbedömningars styrkor och svagheter
Stefan Johansson
Skola & Samhälle [S.O.S], Magazine article 2013
Magazine article

The relationship between students’ self-assessed reading skills and other measures of achievement
Stefan Johansson
Large-scale Assessments in Education, Journal article 2013
Journal article

2012

2010

The Influence of Students’ Motivation and SES on the Equality of Teacher Ratings
Stefan Johansson, Monica Rosén
The European Conference on Educational Research (ECER), August 25-27, Helsinki, Finland., Conference contribution 2010
Conference contribution

Gender Difference in the SweSAT Test Taking
Kajsa Yang Hansen, Caroline Berggren, Stefan Johansson
ISA, 2010-07-12, Göteborg, Conference contribution 2010
Conference contribution

2009

On the Validity of Negatively Worded Questions
Stefan Johansson, Rolf Strietholt, Monica Rosén, Wilfried Bos
ECER Symposium 28-30 september 2009, Conference paper 2009
Conference paper

2008

Teacher assessments of student reading proficiency: Examining aspects influencing teachers’ assessments in PIRLS 2001
Stefan Johansson
Paper presented at the 1:st conference of assessment in collaboration between research and education”. October 14th - 16th 2008, Stockholm., Conference contribution 2008
Conference contribution

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