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Open lecture: The LISA study – assessing instructional quality in the Nordic secondary classrooms

Open lecture: The LISA study – assessing instructional quality in the Nordic secondary classrooms

What are the main differences in mathematics instruction in Norway and Finland? And which country’s teachers score higher in the student surveys? Attend JustEd’s open lecture by visiting scholar Jennifer Luoto, PhD student, in Helsinki on Friday 16.2.2018 at 1-2 PM. In the first part, Jennifer will present the LISA study, the measures used to study instructional quality, […]

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Feedback and behavior management keys to student success?

By on 12.02.2018 in Research findings
Feedback and behavior management keys to student success?

It all started with a mediocre PISA reading score for Norwegian pupils in 2001. Senior Researcher Astrid Roe was intrigued: “I wondered what was happening in the Norwegian classrooms.” After years of researching reading literacy, Astrid, as a part of a research team, started collecting video recordings from classrooms. The latest findings are significant – […]

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