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Pia Williams

Professor

Pia Williams
Professor
pia.williams@ped.gu.se
+46 31 786 2246

Room number: Pedagogen B Åsikten
Postal Address: Box 300, 40530 Göteborg
Visiting Address: Läroverksgatan 15 , 41120 Göteborg


Department of Education, Communication and Learning (More Information)
Box 300
405 30 Göteborg
Fax: +46 31 786 2391
Visiting Address: Läroverksgatan 15 , 411 20 Göteborg

About Pia Williams

Research interests
My research interest is oriented towards Early Childhood Education with special focus on conditions for childhood, learning and development in different educational contexts, such as preschool and school. My current research involves further examination and evaluation of children’s’ collaboration communication and interaction in preschool in relation to preschool teachers competence. This is being carried out within the Swedish Research Council project “Teacher competence in change – a study about teacher competence in preschool”.

Teaching interests
Early childhood and adolescence education, children’s and adolescents’ learning.

Keywords
Early Childhood Education, children’s collaboration, communication and interaction, preschool, school, teacher competence.

Latest publications

Måltiden i förskolan - enbart en rutinmässig handling?
Lena Ryberg, Louise Peterson, Torgeir Alvestad, Pia Williams
Paper presenterat vid Norsk barnehageforskningskonferanse i Stavanger 15-17/10 2019, Conference contribution 2019
Conference contribution

Förskolans undervisning – att integrera lek, lärande och omsorg
Pia Williams, Elisabeth Mellgren
Paper presenterat vid Norsk barnehageforskningskonferanse, Stavanger 15-17/10 2019 , Conference contribution 2019
Conference contribution

Lärare måste kunna ta del av forskningsresultaten
Eva Alerby, Per Andersson, Anders Arnqvist, Dennis Beach, Pernilla Nilsson et al.
Curie, Magazine article 2019
Magazine article

Developing a model for teacher professional digital competence
Annika Lantz-Andersson, Mona Lundin, Ewa Skantz Åberg, Pia Williams
The 18th Biennial EARLI Conference, Conference contribution 2019
Conference contribution

Preschool teachers communicating values to children
Ingibjörg Sigurdadottir, Pia Williams, Johanna Einarsdottir
International Journal of Early Years Education, Journal article 2019
Journal article

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2008

Children’s constructive interaction patterns
Pia Williams
Paper presented at the EECERA-conference in Stavanger, Norway 2008-09-05, Conference contribution 2008
Conference contribution

Constructive interplay
Pia Williams
Paper presented at the ECER- conference, Gothenburg 2008-09-10.2008, Conference contribution 2008
Conference contribution

2007

Symposium in memorial of Professor Gunni Kärrby: Preschool children and Preschool education. Social skills and peer interaction.
Pia Williams
Paper presented at the NERA Conference 15-18 of March, 2007, Turku, Finland, Conference contribution 2007
Conference contribution

Att konkurrera konstruktivt
Pia Williams, Sonja Sheridan
Förskoletidningen, Magazine article 2007
Magazine article

Children teaching children
Pia Williams
Early Child Development and Care, Journal article 2007
Journal article

2006

Five preschool curricula - comparative perspective
Ingrid Pramling Samuelsson, Sonja Sheridan, Pia Williams
International Journal of Early Childhood, Journal article 2006
Journal article

Themes of constructive competition in educational settings
Sonja Sheridan, Pia Williams
Poster presented at the AERA Conference, 7-11 april, 2006, San Fransisco, USA, Poster 2006
Poster

Dimensions of constructive competition in educational settings
Pia Williams, Sonja Sheridan
Paper presented at the NERA Congress, 9-12 march, Örebro, Sweden, Conference contribution 2006
Conference contribution

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