Embarrassing conversations may enhance the well-being and motivation of teens
Talking with their classmates about topics that are relevant to their everyday life, can give teenagers a sense of belonging and contribute to increased well-being and motivation in school.
Life skills research receives 20 million in funding
The research project “Resilient” aims to increase well-being and motivation among lower secondary school pupils. The project has received 20 million kroner from the Research Council of Norway.
Contact person: Hilde Ness Sandvold
Resilent is a research project funded by the Norwegian Research Council, and is lead by The Norwegian Centre for Learning Environment and Behavioural Research in Education, in cooperation with The University of Stavanger Business School.
Centre for Learning Environment is home to several large, innovative research projects.
The projects are centred around the following topics: Bullying, Classroom management, Mental health, Learning environment, Playful learning and Organization development.
Theoretically and methodologically the centre displays a broad fan of approaches to different aspects of learning environment.