Cohort 6 (2015 – 2018)

Nina Aakernes – Professional competence in change. How does professional competence develop in media subjects?

Anne-Mette Bjøru – Higher education: How to prevent dropout?

Åse Norunn Nedrebø Bruvik – From drop-down to quality – Full-time vocational training – and relevant vocational teacher training – in collaboration between school, business and college.

Evelyn Eriksen – The principle of the best interests of the child in kindergarten contexts.

Bendik Fredriksen – A study of professional identity and dropout among music teachers in primary school.

Joakim Evensen Hansen – Language work in kindergarten.

Natallia B. Hanssen – Practical language stimulation for preschool children with language difficulties.

Kåre Hauge – Collaboration between teachers. In what ways can cooperation between teachers help teachers’ learning and professional development?

Agnieszka Jarvoll – Digital native and learning processes in school.

Siri Sollied Madsen – Digital competence development at PPU in Tromsø.

Øystein Røsseland Kvinge – Teaching as improvised semiotic practice: a multiple case study of teacher’s use of semiotic technology.

Hein Lindquist – Raising Children Multilingually.

Gro Løken – Gender differences in special education.

Ingrid Midteide Løkken – Quality in the relationship between adults and children in the nursery. the link between relationship quality and children’s social and emotional development.

Pauliina Maapalo – Child school students’ wooden artifacts tell – art & handwritten didactic thinking about work with wood materials analyzed through documentation and discussion of student work.

Nina Odegard – Aesthetic exploration with recycled materials – in light of materiality.

Brynjar Olafsson – Pupils’ opportunities for creative decisions in arts and crafts.

Ingvild Olsen Olaussen – Addiction stories – narrative expressions for and for the youngest in the kindergarten.

Elizabeth Oltedal – Conviction and compromise: Assessment practices in instrumental teaching in Norwegian upper secondary schools (docx file)

Lillian Pedersen – Physically active play in kindergarten.

May Line Tverbakk – What characterises the reading didactic practices of teachers

Vibeke Øie – Basic skills in Norwegian – the further reading training.