Anneli Frelin is Professor of Curriculum Studies at the University of Gävle, Sweden. With a background in teaching, her main interest is what makes education work for all. She has conducted projects on topics such as whole-school approaches to creating sustainable educational environments, safe schools, teachers’ professionalism and teacher commitment. She has a special interest in relational, spatial and curriculum theories and her articles have been published in international and national journals. Together with Jan Grannäs, she co-leads the research group ROLE (Research on Learning Environments). She is also involved in the European research network DRAPES (Design, Research and Practice in Educational Spaces) and in several research projects.
How is a sustainable educational environment built?
Sustainable relationships as prevention against threats and violence - a study of teachers and students relational practices in the interstices of school
RAOL - Head teachers' working conditions and the evaluation of newly qualified teachers
Crossroads - a longitudinal study of choices and values in teachers' work trajectories