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Preschool's systematic quality work: From teaching to analysis 7.5 ECTS

Published: 4 December 2018

This education comprises 7.5 higher education credits and is conducted as a process training during a semester. The program includes lectures, workshops, seminars, reading of literature and examinations.

Educational goals:

  • describe and interpret the preschool teacher's responsibility for teaching in relation to systematic quality work
  • argue for how documentation and educational documentation contribute to the development of pre-primary education (activities) in general and the teaching assignment specifically
  • describe how different theories of learning and teaching affect the preschool teacher's assignment regarding teaching and systematic quality work
  • analyze different backgrounds in systematic quality work from different theoretical perspectives

The course includes

  • Preschooler's responsibility regarding teaching and SKA (teaching, didactics, scientific basis, quality, goal formulation)
  • Teaching theories and the consequences of theories for teaching
  • Importance of documentation and educational documentation in SKA
  • Analysis and assessment of education and teaching


The course's two teachers Sara Cervantes and Susanne Westman are university lecturers in pedagogy with a focus on pre-school education at Luleå University of Technology and have long experience in preschool as an area of ​​activity

For more information contact:

Tina Bäckström

Tina Bäckström,

Phone: 070-2371261
Organisation: LTU Business AB, External