Recent Submissions

  • Some Evidence on the Cognitive Benefits of Learning to Code 

    Scherer, Ronny; Siddiq, Fazilat; Sánchez-Scherer, Bárbara (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
    Computer coding—an activity that involves the creation, modification, and implementation of computer code and exposes students to computational thinking—is an integral part of today's education in science, technology, ...
  • SUISAN: Maritim utdanning og bærekraft i Japan. Fra et norsk perspektiv. 

    Aakre, Bjørn Magne (Journal article, 2021)
    Norway and Japan are leading maritime nations where maritime industries and maritime education are of great importance for the countries' development - historically, economically and culturally. In light of global goals ...
  • Bærekraftig utvikling i skole og utdanning: Med Norge og Japan som kontekst 

    Aakre, Bjørn Magne (Journal article, 2021)
    Norge, Japan og mange andre land har sluttet seg til FN’s mål for bærekraftig utvikling som ble vedtatt i 2015. Hensikten med denne artikkelen er å belyse hvilke samfunnskrefter som har ledet fram til disse målene og hvordan ...
  • Education for Peace 

    Aakre, Bjørn Magne (Journal article, 2021)
    The purpose of this article is to contribute to an understanding of Education Peace and to discuss its content and learning strategies. It was first prepared for a lecture at Taiwan Graduate School of Theology. A qualitative ...
  • Kommunikasjon og elevers innsats i kroppsøving 

    Frigstad, Trond (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
    Formålet med studien er å vise hvordan student og forsker i lærerutdanningen kan få innsikt i hvordan kommunikasjon innvirker på elevers innsats i kroppsøving. Studien bygger på en forundersøkelse, observasjon av en ...
  • Student teacher podcasting: Agency and change 

    Carson, Lisabeth; Hontvedt, Magnus; Lund, Andreas (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
    This article aimed to investigate how student podcasts, under specific circumstances, can constitute a novel and potentially powerful format for student agency. We examined a specific teacher education programme in which ...
  • Determinants of early attendance of ECEC for families with a Turkish migration background in four European countries 

    Wolf, Katrin; Broekhuizen, Martine Louise; Moser, Thomas; Ereky-Stevens, Katharina; Anders, Yvonne (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
    Research has demonstrated educational inequalities for children with migrant background. This article focuses specifically on children and families with a Turkish immigration background in four European countries. Because ...
  • The discourse of international standard-setting: PISA tests and Norway, a critical discourse analysis 

    Thomas, Paul (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
    Employing a critical discourse analysis, this study considers three documents from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) assessing challenges related to the development of skills and educational ...
  • When assessment defines the content—understanding goals in between teachers and policy 

    Mølstad, Christina Elde; Prøitz, Tine Sophie; Dieudè, Alessandra (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
    Education policy development internationally reflect a widespread expansion of learning outcome orientation in policy, curricula and assessment. In this paper, teachers’ perceptions about their work are explored, as goals ...
  • Every rose has its thorns: Domesticity and care beyond the dyad in ECEC 

    Aslanian, Teresa Katherine (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
    Care is traditionally researched in ECEC as a dyadic, human phenomenon that relies heavily of tropes of females as care providers. The assumption that care is produced in dyadic relationships occludes material care practices ...
  • Doctorateness across Higher Education Institutions in Norway 

    Burner, Tony; Bjerkholt, Eva; Gaathaug, André Vagner; Kleiven, Synne; Ljoså, Tone Marte (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
    This article investigates doctorateness in Norway by evaluating the juridical regulations for doctoral studies at all PhD-awarding universities and university colleges according to the following categories: admission, ...
  • Litteraturens og høytlesingens plass og hensikt i nasjonale policydokumenter for barnehagen og barnehagelærerutdanningen i Danmark, Finland, Norge og Sverige 

    Hogsnes, Hilde Dehnæs; Svensson, Ann-Katrin; Larsen, Marianne Eskebæk; Damber, Ulla (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
    Basert på et sosiokulturelt perspektiv der barnehagens sosiale, kulturelle og historiske praksis blir sett på som vesentlig for barns møte med og forhold til barnelitteratur og lesing, er det viktig å studere lesingens ...
  • Telling stories from the sea: Facilitating professional learning in maritime post-simulation debriefings 

    Sellberg, Charlott; Wiig, Astrid Camilla (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
    This study examines storytelling episodes in 13 video-recorded and fully transcribed post-simulation debriefings from a maritime navigation course. The aim is to scrutinize the facilitators’ practice of telling stories ...
  • Teachers’ potential to promote students’ deeper learning in whole-class teaching: An observation study in Norwegian classrooms 

    Sølvik, Randi M.; Glenna, Anne Elisabeth Høva (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
    Teachers worldwide are challenged to adjust their teaching to meet students’ needs for deeper learning. The lack of mutual understanding among researchers, policymakers and teachers tends to blur the discussion on how to ...
  • Sustainable Use of Ecological Concepts in Educational Science 

    Svenkerud, Sigrun; Madsen, Janne; Ballangrud, Brit Bolken; Strande, Anne Lise; Stenshorne, Marit Elisabeth (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
    In this article, the authors discuss the use of ecological concepts (ecology, boundary, niche) in educational research to understand if and how these concepts from one field of science (ecology) can bring a new understanding ...
  • I en helhetlig tilnærming til læring er omsorg i sentrum 

    Bøe, Marit; Hognestad, Karin; Steinnes, Gerd Sylvi; Fimreite, Hege; Moser, Thomas (Journal article, 2020)
    En helhetlig tilnærming til læring som ser omsorg, lek, læring og danning i sammenheng, er formulert i mandatet for barnehagelærerens arbeid (Utdanningsdirektoratet, 2017). Barnehagelærere møter i dag læringsdiskurser som ...
  • Spenning mellom ulike stemmer: Læringsmuligheter i veiledning 

    Eik, Liv Torunn; Moxnes, Anna Rigmor; Vala, Heidi Østland (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
    I denne artikkelen undersøker vi hvordan veiledningsstudenters læringsprosesser i gruppe kan bidra til å videreutvikle gruppeveiledning som veiledningsform. Vi fikk tillatelse til å undersøke egne studenters fagtekster fra ...
  • Conferencing otherwise: A feminist new materialist writing experiment 

    Osgood, Jayne; Taylor, Carol A.; Andersen, Camilla Eline; Benozzo, Angelo; Carey, Neil; Elmenhorst, Constanse; Fairchild, Nikki; Koro-Ljungberg, Mirka; Moxnes, Anna Rigmor; Otterstad, Ann Merete; Rantala, Teija; Tobias-Green, Karen (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
    This article attempts to reconfigure hegemonic framings of “the academic conference” and thereby offer a means to (re-)encounter the spatial, temporal, and affective forces that conferences generate, differently. We are a ...
  • ‘They often have AHA-moments’: how training teachers to philosophize the Dialogos Way with their students can promote life skills and democratic citizenship in education 

    Weiss, Michael; Helskog, Guro Hansen (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
    This paper is an account of a developmental action inquiry research project in which teachers from 13 secondary schools were trained to philosophize the Dialogos way with their 8th-grade students, as part of ongoing ...
  • Bunad, minorities and belonging in Norway 

    Thomas, Paul; Alhassan, Abdul-Razak Kuyini; Lie, Anne Liv Kaarstad (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
    The increase and visibility of non-white Norwegian minorities who wear the national costume, bunad, has generated much debate and rancor in the Norwegian media in recent years. This study employs a content analysis methodology ...

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