VITE – Videobased Improvement for TEachers
The main objective for Ella Bjerga Pettersen's research project has been to develop and pilot a scheme for continuous professional development for teachers.
System work in the Pedagogical-Psychological Service
The purpose of the Ph.D. work of Joachim Kolnes is to highlight a new knowledge-based approach for the Educational-Psychological Service's system-oriented expertise work that is based on the objective of inclusive special 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.
The main objective of Mari Markussen Lunder's research project is to assess how schools may provide good follow-up of children and young people who have been subjected to bullying.
The multicultural classroom – students with an immigrant background in upper secondary school
The objective of the PhD project of Charlotte H. Hancock is to study factors in the learning environment that may be of significance for mastery of school subjects and sense of belonging among students with an immigrant or refugee background.
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.
Relationships in kindergartens and the socio-economic status of parents
In her Ph.D. project, Ragnhild Lenes will study the significance of relationships in kindergartens and the socio-economic status of the parents for the children’s future learning and adaptation.
Learning environment in the upper secondary school
In her Ph.D. work, Maren Stabel Tvedt takes a closer look at the potential significance of factors in the learning environment in the upper secondary school on the motivation and mental health of the students.
Stimulation of competence areas in kindergartens
Underachievement in school and truancy, which result in considerable social and economic burdens both personally and for society, may be traced to characteristics of the children as early as when they attend kindergartens.
A comparison of traditional and cyberbullying
In her doctorate, Ida Risanger Sjursø examines how technological advances change bullying. The project compares traditional bullying and cyberbullying, and examines emotional consequences for those experiencing bullying and bullies’ legitimization of bullying.