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Norwegian children's rights in sport and coaches' understanding of talent
Little research has focused on and tried to understand the link between children`s participation in sports and their human rights. In Norway, children’s leisure athletics and sports participation are regulated through rules ...
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 ...
Clickers and Formative Feedback at University Lectures
Lecturing is often criticized for being a monological and student passive way of teaching. However, digital technology such as Student Response Systems (SRS) can be used to reconstruct the traditional lecturing format. ...
Familien og felleskapets betydning i skoleelevenes selvpresentasjoner
In this study we have allowed students to take with them an image they think is important and let it function as a basis for a reflection on what they feel is important in their lives and in society. The problem is twofold: ...