Crown Princess Victoria attends Seminar on "Practical research on learning and teaching"
Today, Crown Princess Victoria attended a symposium titled: Practical Research on Learning and Teaching.
This symposium was put on by Linnémiljön CCL, Barn- och ungdomsvetenskapliga institutionen (Department of Child and Youth Studies) at Stockholm Univeristy, with support from Kronprinsessan Victorias Stiftelse för Vetenskaplig Forskning och Utbildning (Crown Princess Victoria’s foundation for Scientific Research).
Agneta Gulz, professor of cognitive science with a focus on learning and teaching at Lund University and Linköping University, initiated the symposium. Following Ageneta Gulz’s talk, Hillevi Lenz-Taguchi of Stockholm University, Carola Wiklund-Hörnqvist of Umeå University, Kristen Pilner Blair and Rachel Wolf of Stanford University shared about various forms of research on learning and teaching that play a role in our classrooms and other learning environments. The speakers highlighted various examples from projects carried out by researchers together with preschool teachers, teachers, children and pupils in authentic environments.
Crown Princess Victoria's Foundation for Scientific Research is a foundation which little information exists about, however its' main purpose is to promote scientific research or to provide support for the preparation of teaching or education.
For this seminar, Crown Princess Victoria wore a new By Malene Birger white boucle blazer, Kreuger Jewellery Pearl Necklace, Kreuger Jewellery Amiral Round Pearl Earrings, a black blouse, Gianvito Rossi black ankle boots and Valentino Black Flap Rockstud Bag. She also wore her Carl Edmond Granit White Watch to complete the monochrome look.