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The aim of this study is to investigate how the students’ intercultural competence develops during a three-month practicum placement in Namibia. The authors present findings from a study of Norwegian student teachers before, during and after their international practicum.
Updated: May. 14, 2017
Student Performance in Teacher Education in Norway: The Impact of Student, Institutional and Structural Factors
In this article, the authors will discuss how students attending two different teacher education programmes at a university college in Norway negotiate between their studies and the need to earn money and the consequences this has for their study performance. The article focuses on student-level factors and how the university college organises its campus programmes.
Updated: May. 04, 2016
In this article, the authors examine to what extent ICT is being used by the teachers and how they are using ICT in their teaching. The authors also discuss how factors such as the subject being taught, teaching experience, gender and age influence the use of ICT in teaching.The findings revealed that teachers in the secondary schools in Hamar do use ICT but few use ICT very often. However, most are still unsure whether ICT will have any positive effect on the learning outcome for their students.
Updated: Dec. 13, 2011