Best Practice projects 2021-22

Last changed: 18 January 2023

The LTV faculty allocates Best Practice funds annually to provide teaching staff possibilities to develop the quality as well as the content and pedagogics in teaching at bachelor and master level.

SLU are to conduct education based on scholarship or artistic practice and on proven experience (The Swedish Higher Education Act, Chapter 1, 2§). The faculty’s Best Practice funds intends to contribute to ensure that our teaching reaches the learning objectives stated for vocational programmes, as well as for general programmes and single courses.

Teaching staff at the LTV faculty are hereby given an opportunity to competence development, by deepening their knowledge within a field, increase their knowledge about the industry – its conditions and student’s competence needs for a future professional life and/or to develop subject relevant pedagogics.

Deputy Dean decided in 2021, that the following projects are funded:

  • Beatrix Alsanius and Anna Karin Rosberg for the project “Development of virtual central laborations in the MSc-course BI1368 Microbial Horticulture” with SEK 120 000,

  • Teun Dekker for the project t ”Anchoring Interdisciplinarity and Cohesiveness in an Expanding Course” with SEK 80 000,

  • Paul Becher for the project “Competence Development in Practical Plant Protection” with SEK 71 000, and

(projects in Swedish only)

When the projects have been reported, the reports are linked in the titles above, so that everyone can take part and be inspired by the knowledge!


Annica Thomsson, Faculty Programme Director
Faculty of Landscape Architecture, Horticulture and Crop Production Science, faculty office, Education Centre, +4640415003, +46730595466

Karl LövrieSenior Lecturer at the Department of Landscape Architecture, Planning and Management, 040-41 54 39