The concept of project-based education After watching a presentation of the new school reform in Norway, more specifically the NOU
Passing tests doesn’t begin to compare with searching and inquiring and into pursuing topics that engage and excite us. That’s
Here are some points to remember when you teach. I just read this article about how to instill a growth
I just read this article in Edutopia and reminded me of how important I think it is to be connected
Starting with the Pisa scores I recently read this article in EdSurge news about the latest PISA scores. Where there
Guaranteeing success for all? Today a new Norwegian Report was launched and it is something I have been looking forward
Student-Led Interdisciplinary Lesson Welcome to a collaborative cross-curricular project This week we are teaming up to work with students at
I think the answer to that question is yes in most countries these days. In fact, in Norway, it is
Keynote speaker – Richard DeLorenzo This year’s SETT conference was the 4th one in Norway. SETT is Scandinavian Educational Technology
What does a competency-based school look like? Even with a clear definition, new data shows that practice varies widely on
This headline caught my attention. Critical thinking is on every school’s agenda these days. And if not it certainly is
Is change is always desirable? This Is the question Viviane Robinson asks in her book; Reduce Change to Increase Improvement.
A disastrous start of the school year This year’s start of the school year could not have been any worse.
Feedback for Better Teaching: Nine Principles for Using Measures of Effective Teaching This brief highlights a set of guiding principles
This is a guest post by; Name: Samuel Alfie, It is easy to observe that the way children are taught