Cohort 7 (2016 – 2019)

Eirik Aarskog – In the student’s name

Irina Ivashenko Amdal – The relevance of the teacher education to the real world of work: What settings for the teaching profession do the students form in elementary school teacher education and to what extent are these relevant to the real world of work.

Åshild Berg Brekkhus – Capacity and capability education for students in vocational education programs in upper secondary school.

Thomas Noven Eide – Skills for what and for women? One empirical study of proficiency in social science in light of all political and social implications.

Hjalmar T. Eiksund – Literacy – with nynorsk or bokmål as main goal. Examination of writing competence in a Norwegian bilingual perspective.

Pernille Friis – Communication in an exploratory classroom, focusing on teachers’ role and transition between representations.

Kari Hagatun – The Educational Situation for Roma Pupils in Norway: Silenced Narratives on Schooling and Future.

Haakon Halberg – How can fiction help increase students’ reading skills?

Ingvild Bjørkeng Haugen – Teaching profession and intercultural competence.

Svein Heddeland – A critical discourse analysis of discursive practices related to kindergarten-home collaboration and documentation of children’s everyday lives in digital context.

Mette Birgitte Helleve – Emotionality in Norwegian Teacher Education – About teacher qualification and the importance of teacher education for the emotional and relational sensitivity and awareness of teacher and newly educated teachers.

Oda Julie Hembre – Technology and education in interaction or battle? – A study of inhibitory and encouraging conditions for the development of teacher’s professional proficiency in digital competence. 

Wenche Hammer Johannessen – What practice do young school teachers lay the foundation for their own teaching actions and what experiences do youth school teachers have of students’ coping, motivation and learning outcomes?

Mari Kristine Jore – Multicultural education in social science education.

Anne-Grete Kaldahl – Didactics as a tool for oral skills.

Marit Krogtoft – Practical (and varied) Norwegian teaching at secondary schools?

Ingunn Kvamme – A knowledge sociological study of the framework for Norwegian kindergartens.

Trude Kyrkjebø – Media and opinion creation in a small childhood community. Ethnographic study of the day care life of kindergarten.

Liv Gardsjord Lofthus – The children on discovery in the 2000s.

Karina Rose Mahan – To use or not to use CLIL? A bird’s-eye view of Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) in Norway: teaching practices and student development in secondary school.

Soern Finn Menning – Curiosity of differences.

Åsve Murtnes – Outdoor life in an all-inclusive perspective – from plan to practice. Nature’s materiality – the context of the learning arena.

Ellen Nesset Mælan – How to promote well-being and positive mental health among pupils in junior high school?

Kari Nergaard – Empathy in 2-3 year-olds’ interaction.

Jannike Hegdal Nilssen – Subject-specific literacy in Norwegian and mathematics. Teacher’s invitation to text-based learning.

Morten C. Rustad – Human Practising in Lifestyle Sports and Physical Education.

Tove Sommervold – Textual understanding of fiction among young readers. An empirical study of how fiction-reading strategies can be developed among readers at the youth stage.

Marianne Ree Særheim – Children’s involvement in kindergarten – a relational perspective.

Beate Gilje Tumyr – Aesthetic practice in kindergartens.

Ingfrid Veka – Concept and operationalization of the curriculum in the subject Food and Health.