Importance of teacher learning for students’ achievement
Modern society demands high quality teaching and learning from teachers. Teachers have to possess a great deal of knowledge and skills with regard to both teaching and assessment practices in order to meet those demands and standards of quality education.
New PhD Candidate in the CIESL-project
PhD Candidate Maren Stahl Lerang is going to study variation in classroom interactions among teachers with different educational background and work experience.
University-school partnership as arrangements in policy implementation
Findings suggest that to achieve a joint understanding of roles, focus and work in the partnerships based on the schools’ needs and scholars’ competence was crucial.
Bullying victims’ perceptions of classroom interactions
Findings indicate the importance of classroom interaction and peer relationships for bully victims, and the need to create positive teacher-student and student-student relations.
Workshop on Systematic observation in educational research in Stavanger
We are pleased to invite researchers using systematic observation to a workshop in Stavanger September 26–27th.
Students who bully have poor relations with their teachers
Results of a recent study conducted by Professor Sigrun K. Ertesvåg indicate that students who bully perceive poor teacher support and monitoring from their teachers, compared to students who do not engage in bullying.
Presentation of the CIESL-project
Professor and project leader Sigrun K. Ertesvåg presents the background and the research design in CIESL.
Teachers’ classroom management is essential in preventing school refusal
Trude Havik defended her PhD dissertation on the subject of “School role in school refusal”. She continuous to work on the same matter as a Post doctor in the CIESL project.
Do students learn more with better teacher?
Researchers filmed 480 lessons in Norwegian schools in order to learn more about teacher’s knowledge in classroom management, and how it effects students in the class.
Researchers’ learning – research projects as professional development
A main aim of the CIESL project is to study students’ and teachers’ learning processes and their effect on student learning.
PhD on teachers' learning activities and learning outcomes
PhD Candidate Sue (Ksenia) Solheim examines how teachers' learning activities and learning outcomes of interventions focusing on improving teachers' classroom management skills.
The CIESL project presented at ICSEI 2015
At the annual International Congress for School Effectiveness and School Improvement (ICSEI) January 3rd-6th the CIESL project was presented in an international context for the first time.
If you have questions about the project, please contact procject manager Sigrun K. Ertesvåg.