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Teachers Experiences with Networked Classrooms in Norway
The aim of this study, based on response on a questionnaire from 65 teachers in upper secondary schools, is to gain insight into how teachers experience and practice their role as leaders in the digital classroom. Research ...
“In this class we are so different that I can be myself!” Intercultural dialogue in a first grade upper secondary school in Norway
(Taylor & Francis, 2017)
Focus of this article is immigrant youth and Norwegians-born to immigrant parents in upper secondary school in Norway. The study was conducted in a first year of a general study class in upper secondary school, where 11 ...
«Det handler om å finne sin egen form» Læreres profesjonelle handlingsrom − hvordan det blir forstått og utnyttet
(Department of Teacher Education and School Research , University of Oslo, 2018)
The aim of the study is to examine teachers’ understanding and interpretation of their professional space, and how they experience having possibilities to practice their pedagogical beliefs throughout their careers. The ...
Expectations to mentoring as support for professional development
Mentoring is acknowledged as a means to support professional development for teachers. However, mentoring has multiple meanings and may be practiced as supervision, support or collaborative self-development for new as well ...
Tutors seen through the eyes of mentors assumptions for participation in third space in teacher education
(Taylor & Francis, 2019)
The aim of this Norwegian study is to get a deeper understanding of the assumptions for building third spaces in teacher education. Learning in different contexts may open for development of new knowledge in the third space ...
Becoming a professional digital competent teacher
(Taylor & Francis, 2020)
The aim of this Norwegian study is to focus on challenges and possibilities concerning professional digital competence (PDC) for teacher education encountering students in transition between the position as private and ...