• Learning and personal epistemologies among students in three work placement settings 

      Hole, Torstein Nielsen; Velle, Gaute; Helleve, Ingrid; Ulvik, Marit; Sætre, Jon Helge; Brøske, Brit Ågot; Raaheim, Arild (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
      Recent development in policy and learning theory encourages higher education institutions to send their students out of campus and into work placements. In this paper, we report on students’ engagement with various aspects ...
    • Meeting the Black Swan - Teacher educators' use of ICT- pre-, during and eventually post Covid-19 

      Smith, Kari; Ulvik, Marit; Curtis, Elizabeth; Guberman, Ainat; Lippeveld, Lut; Shapiro, Tali; Viswarajan, Sheeba (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
      In the 2018 International Forum for Teacher Educator Development (InFo-TED) Summer Academy, we, seven teacher educators from Belgium, England, Israel, Norway, and Scotland, became interested in strengthening our ICT ...
    • Promoting aesthetical values to education 

      Ulvik, Marit (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
      With a pressure on schools to meet the requirements of a knowledge-based global economy, human development, critical thinking and imagination seem to be given lower priority. This article argues for including the aesthetic ...
    • School experiences that make an impression – a study on how to promote bildung and the desire to learn 

      Ulvik, Marit; Kvam, Edel Karin; Eide, Liv (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
      This qualitative study investigates, through focus groups, how students in upper secondary school in Norway experience schooling. The background for the study is a tension between measurable outcomes and the educational ...
    • Student teachers’ online sharing of challenging incidents in practice placement 

      Ulvik, Marit; Jensen, Vigdis Stokker; Eide, Liv (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
      The present study asks what challenges student teachers meet in today’s school and how they present, respond to, and reflect on these challenges in an online discussion forum. The study explores these questions by analysing ...
    • Teacher educators reflecting on case-based teaching – a collective self-study 

      Ulvik, Marit; Eide, Helene Marie Kjærgård; Eide, Liv; Helleve, Ingrid; Jensen, Vigdis Stokker; Ludvigsen, Kristine; Roness, Dag; Torjussen, Lars Petter Storm (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
      The current study is a collective self-study on how we as 15 teacher educators at a university in Norway tried to improve our teaching through working with cases with the aim of better supporting student teachers in making ...
    • Teacher educators’ professional trajectories: evidence from Ireland, Israel, Norway and the Netherlands 

      Guberman, Ainat; Ulvik, Marit; MacPhail, Ann; Oolbekkink-Marchand, Helma W. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
      This study describes higher education-based teacher educators’ professional trajectories, i.e. their professional activities and learning as developed throughout their career. Semi-structured interviews were held with 41 ...