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‘They don’t know what it means to be a student’: Inclusion and exclusion in the nexus between ‘global’ and ‘local’
This article will show how the global educational policy expectations of being a self-managing learner unfold in the context of two school organisations in Norway, and contribute to the exclusion of so-called newly arrived ...
Retningslinjer og vurderingskriterier for den artikkelbaserte ph.d-avhandlingen
PhD by publication is becoming increasingly more common both nationally as well as internationally. But what are the guidelines for such a thesis, and how is such a thesis assessed? This is what the present article focuses ...
Å undervise om å undervise - Lærerutdanneres kompetanse sett fra deres eget og fra lærerstudenters perspektiv
Artikkelen retter søkelyset mot lærerutdannere, en gruppe som hittil har blitt viet liten oppmerksomhet i forskningslitteraturen. I europeisk sammenheng er det ingen enhetlig forståelse for yrkesgruppen og for hvilke ...
Education without a shared language: dynamics of inclusion and exclusion in Norwegian introductory classes for newly arrived minority language students
Based upon fieldwork in two upper secondary schools in Norway, this article offers an analysis of inclusion and exclusion processes for newly arrived minority language students. Minority language students are defined ...
Use of tablets in primary and secondary school – a case study
Norwegian schools are increasingly implementing tablets in school and there seems to be a need for more research within this area to examine how this implementation affects pupils’ learning processes. This article focuses ...