Processes and Products

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we become ourselves”

- Lev Vygostsky -

Seminars and conferences

Jun 2017:    Seminar The Norwegian Activity Group, Hitra

Sept 2017:   ISCAR 2017, Quebec                                
Nov 2017:   Seminar The Norwegian Activity Group, Trondheim Jun 2018:    Seminar The Norwegian Activity Group, Selbu

A Selection of  publications

Dalland, E. B. (2012). The Driving Test in Norway: An Intervention Study. In L. Dorn (Ed.), Driver Behaviour and Training (Vol. 5). Surrey: Ashgate.

 

Dalland, E. S. B. (2014). Førerprøven i et helhetlig perspektiv. En intervensjonsstudie. Doktoravhandling ved NTNU 2014:199. Trondheim: Norges teknisk-vitenskaplige universitet. Pedagogisk institutt.


Frisch, N. S. (2013). Hekta på tegning: Løpeildeffekten som læring. I N. S. Frisch (red.) Tegningen Lever. Nye dialogiske perspektiver på tegneundervisning i grunnskolen. Trondheim: Akademika, (s. 63-79).


Frisch, Nina Scott (2013). Hooked on peers`drawings: the visual wildfire. In J. B. Reitan et al. (reds) DRS – CUMULUS Oslo 2013 – Design learning for tomorrow - Design education from kindergarten to PhD. Vol. 4. Oslo: ABM-media, pp. 1983-1995. 


Frisch, N. S. (2011). Ways of talking about drawing practices. Sociocultural views: Gombrich and the visually controlled i FORMakademisk, 4(2), 26-37.


Frisch, N. S. (2010). To see the visually controlled. Doctoral thesis for the PhD. Trondheim: NTNU.

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Jensen, R. & Vennebo, K. F. (2016). How school leadership evolves: crossing timescales and settings. Journal of Workplace Learning, 28(6) 

 

Postholm, M.B. (2016). Collaboration between Teacher Educators and Schools to enhance Development. European Journal of Teacher Education, 39(4), 452-470. DOI: 10.1080/02619768.2016.1225717.
 

Postholm, M.B. (2015). Methodologies in Cultural-Historical Activity Theory: The example of School-based Development. Educational Research, 57(1), 43-58.

 

Postholm, M.B. & Moen, T. (2011). Communities of development: A new modell for R&D work. Journal of Educational Change, 12(4) 385-401


Postholm, M.B. (2011). A Completed Research and Development Work Project in School: The Teachers’ Learning and Possibilities, Premises and Challenges for Further Development. Teaching and Teacher Education, 27(3), 560-568.


Postholm, M.B. (2008). The Start-Up Phase in a Research and Development Work Project: A Foundation for Development". Teaching and Teacher Education, 24(3), 575-584.


Postholm, M.B. (2008). Cultural historical activity theory and Dewey’s idea-based social constructivism: Consequences for Educational Research. Outlines, (1), 37-48.

 

Postholm, M.B., Dahl, T., Engvik, G., Fjørtoft, H., Irgens, E. J., Sandvik, L. V., Wæge, K. (2013). En gavepakke til ungdomstrinnet? En undersøkelse av piloten for den nasjonale satsingen på skolebasert kompetanseutvikling. Trondheim: Akademika forlag.

Sandvik, L.V. (2016). Hvordan utvikle vurderingskulturer? I H. Fjørtoft & L. V. Sandvik (red) Vurderingskompetanse i skolen. Praksis, læring og utvikling, s. 270-292. Oslo: Universitetsforlaget

Sandvik, L.V. (2012). Skrivekompetanse i fremmedspråk - hva innebærer det? Norsk pedagogisk tidsskrift, (2), 154-165. 

Sandvik, L.V. (2011). Via mål til mening. En studie av skriving og vurderingskultur i grunnskolens tyskundervisning. PhD thesis, Trondheim: NTNU.

 

Vennebo, Kirsten Foshaug (2016). Innovative work in school development: exploring leadership enactment. Educational Management Administration & Leadership, 45(2), 298-315. doi: 10.1177/1741143215617944

 

Vennebo, Kirsten Foshaug (2015). School Leadership in Innovative Work: Places and Spaces. Doctoral thesis for the PhD. Oslo: University of Oslo.

 

Vennebo, Kirsten Foshaug & Ottesen, Eli (2014). The emergence of innovative work in School development. Journal of educational change, 16(2), 197-216. doi: 10.1007/s10833-014-9234-0

 

Vennebo, Kirsten Foshaug & Ottesen, Eli (2011). School leadership: constitution and distribution. International Journal of Leadership in Education, 15(3), 255-270. doi:10.1080/13603124.2011.624642

 

 

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