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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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Exploring life in Nordic classrooms

By on 31.08.2017 in Publications
Exploring life in Nordic classrooms

Professor Kirsti Klette stands on a chair in a corner of the classroom with her back towards the room. She’s in a hurry. Before the lecture starts in a few minutes, she needs to have fastened the small video camera in the upper corner of the room, and connected it to the computer below. She […]

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The conference Bringing teacher education forward was a success

The conference Bringing teacher education forward was a success

In the beginning of June, the conference Bringing teacher education forward at the University of Oslo, gathered over 200 researchers and professionals from 29 countries with the aim of bringing teacher education forward as a critical field of exploration. “The idea behind the conference for Norway’s Research Council was to bring forward five big projects […]

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PhD research fellowship position – Comparing Finnish and Norwegian Classrooms

By on 17.02.2016 in Uncategorized
PhD research fellowship position – Comparing Finnish and Norwegian Classrooms

JustEd team 3 is looking for a PhD researcher comparing Finnish and Norwegian classrooms. The appointment is made for a period of three years at the University of Oslo, Faculty of Educational Sciences, Department of Teacher Education and School Research. The vacant position is attached to the NFR funded research  project “Linking Instruction and Student Achievement” […]

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New funding for the crossdisciplinary Nordic Model 2.0 at University of Oslo

By on 05.11.2015 in Funding
New funding for the crossdisciplinary Nordic Model 2.0 at University of Oslo

JustEd co-director Kirsti Klette and her colleagues at the University of Oslo have great news: they have got funding for a new project focusing on Fair Societies and the Nordic Model. “We have got funding for a new project focusing on Fair Societies and the Nordic Model. As a part of the action UiO: Nordic […]

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The summer school – new ideas and collaboration

By on 24.08.2015 in Seminars
The summer school – new ideas and collaboration

JustEd summer school 2015 “A Nordic Model?” gathered together nearly 60 researchers and doctoral students to discuss social, economic, political and cultural aspects of justice and education in the Nordic countries and globally. The summer school week was composed of lectures, paper and poster sessions and workshops. The majority of the doctoral students were from […]

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Monday 17 August, Open Day at JustEd Summer School

Monday 17 August, Open Day at JustEd Summer School

JustEd Summer School 2015 “A Nordic Model?” invites participants to examine critically different sides of the so-called Nordic model. This year the summer school takes place from 17 to 21 August at Voksenåsen cultural and conference centre in Oslo. The first day of the summer school, Monday 17 August, is an “open day” when everyone […]

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Greetings from the first JustEd biannual conference

By on 10.03.2014 in Public dissemination
Greetings from the first JustEd biannual conference

A total of 75 persons attended the first JustEd biannual conference Justice through Education: Marketisation and equity in embedded contexts that was organized as a pre-conference to the NERA 42nd Congress in Lillehammer, Norway, March 4-5, 2014. Two key notes and 34 abstract presentations deliberated on the impact of marketisation on the issue of justice […]

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