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‘I See What I See from the Theory I Have Read.’ Student Teachers Learning through Theory in Practice
This paper presents experiences from a research and development project. In this project, Norwegian student teachers were encouraged to bridge theory and practice by following a pupil’s learning processes over time, and to write papers based on empirical data and relevant subject theory. The evaluations of the project received high ratings from the student teachers. In addition, an inductive analysis of the answers to open-ended questions revealed three key aspects behind its success: commuting between field practice and coursework, the authenticity of the tasks and future relevance for the teacher profession.
Updated: Oct. 05, 2016
This article addresses how mentoring can move the student teachers' process of learning towards constructive teaching forms. The article focuses on how Sara, a cooperating teacher in Norway, encourages student teachers to start their student teaching by developing a mindset where seeing the kids is in focus.
Updated: Aug. 15, 2010
The authors describe inclusive education as a political vision in Norway. The article describes one teacher's inclusive education experience in a classroom with several children with special needs. The case focuses on her helping her classroom and one particular student with behavioral problems go through the necessary transitions.
Updated: Mar. 04, 2008