Dr Ragnhild Lyngved Staberg has her Ph.D. in biology and science education and is an Associate Professor at NTNU, Department of Teacher Education. She has taught bachelor and master courses at college and universities for 20 years, and has 12 years’ experience from teacher education at NTNU. Staberg participates in different national research projects in science education (e.g. dealing with use of IBST-based strategies in primary school and use of ICT-technology). Since 2010 she has taken part in several EU funded projects – mainly dealing with teacher professional development; PRIMAS, mascil and FaSMEd, partly as Work Package-leader. She has also co-authored a textbook on biology for science education courses for the Norwegian teacher education programme. At present, she is a member of the European Advisory and Impact board for the EU project MaSDiV (Supporting mathematics and science teachers in addressing diversity and promoting fundamental values).