(03.01.2013) A new study shows that more than 3 000 teachers in Norwegian primary school experience lack of control in the classroom.
(11.12.2012) As of 1 January 2013, the Centre for Behavioural Research (SAF) and Lillegården Resource Centre will merge to form a new national resource centre, focused on the learning environment and behavioural research.
(05.11.2012) Problems caused by bullying do not necessarily cease when the abuse stops. Recent research at the Universitiy of Stavanger (UiS) and Bergen’s Center for Crisis Psychology in Norway shows that victims may need long-term support.
(03.10.2012) Now you can watch the interview with professor Mark T. Greenberg on mindfulness for teachers and students.
(06.09.2012) – When one looks at the results in national and international research, there is no doubt that early intervention yields the best results, says Pål Roland at the Centre for Behavioural Research.
(05.09.2012) According to Professor Erling Roland at the Centre for Behavioural Research at the University of Stavanger, the government, the various ministries and politicians, all play an extremely important role when it comes to bullying. The expert in bullying now urges authorities to take action.
(04.09.2012) The renowned American researcher Megan McClelland, who recently visited the University of Stavanger, states that good academic abilities in children are not enough to guarantee academic achievement.
(01.09.2012) Professor Mark T. Greenberg will hold an open lecture on "Current status and future challenges in evidence-based prevention" on 3. September, between 10:00 and 11:30, at the University of Stavanger.
(30.03.2012) The 28th of march, the implementation of the Zero-program in Chile was marked by a colorful and evocative opening.
(19.03.2012) Children with language difficulties often end up excluded from games and social interaction. That can harm their development, work at the University of Stavanger (UiS) indicates.
(29.02.2012) Since 2003, over 370 schools in Norway have implemented Zero. The program is now reaching out to schools in Chile.
(29.02.2012) You can now download the Spanish version of the Zero manuals from our website.
(27.06.2011) - Norwegian schools must understand that gifted children are a national resource. They are not an elite, but a group that may have problems if they do not get support to realize their potential, researcher Ella Cosmovici Idsøe says.
(15.03.2011) In the Skoleklar research project we study self-regulation, attention, and various types of social skills among Norwegian kindergarten children.
(10.08.2010) The objective of this discussion is to raise ethical, methodological, and practical issues concerning research with young children and the use of Q methodology through our experiences with a study of young children’s feelings when in situations related to parental divorce.
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