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"We Want to Be Educated!" A Thematic Analysis of Gifted Students' Views on Education in Norway

Astrid Lenvik, Elisabeth Hesjedal, Lise Øen Jones
2021 Nordic Studies in Education  
Norwegian educational policy focuses on inclusive, equivalent, and adapted education for all.  ...  This study is vital for gaining a better understanding of the Norwegian perspective as well as the wider Nordic setting.  ...  There are no gifted programs per se in Norway, and students with high learning potential are reliant on their teachers and the provisions provided by their school.  ... 
doi:10.23865/nse.v41.2621 fatcat:mhw3rsi2vbfntprkm6pwaus2ym

Zambian Civic Education Teacher Students in Norway for a Year—How Do They Describe Their Transformative Learning?

Ane Bergersen, Gistered Muleya
2019 Sustainability  
an opportunity to travel to Norway to have a different learning experience of Civic Education.  ...  and respecting environmental limits as citizens in a global world.  ...  After graduation, they will be teachers in Civic Education in Zambian secondary schools.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su11247143 fatcat:jelepyen2bbtllwqorky2kotxa

Career Mobility Dynamics: A Comparative Analysis of the United States, Norway, and West Germany

Marlis Buchmann, Jutta Allmendinger
1991 Contemporary Sociology  
In a very early stage of the dissertation, I was supported by the German Academic Exchange Council (DAAD). Research funds from the Center of  ...  Acknowledgements The present study is the unre vised version of my thesis, submitted to the Department of Sociology, Harvard University, January 1989.1 am indebted to various institutions for financial  ...  Norway displays both a stratified and unstandardized school system for primary schooling and a stratified and standardized school system for secondary schooling.  ... 
doi:10.2307/2071785 fatcat:6ufumbei3nepfgaigzrcdoeq3u


Tor Gjertsen, Greg Halseth
2014 Septentrio Conference Series  
The Gargia Conferences for Local and Regional Development (2004-14)Tor Gjertsen and Greg Halseth (eds.)  ...  UArctic Thematic Network on Local and Regional DevelopmentUiT/The Arctic University of Norway, University of Northern British Columbia2015  ...  This work was supported by SSHRC's Canada Research Chair program (950-200244, 950-203491, 950-222604), Standard Research Grants program (410-95-0969, 410-2001-710), and Insight Development Grants program  ... 
doi:10.7557/5.3250 fatcat:bxii5nv6efb3rftf6ktfblpqda

Cross-Cultural Knowledge Construction: A Case Study of a Mini Field Work in Breivang High School (Northern Norway)

Richard Atimniraye Nyelade
2020 Open Journal of Social Sciences  
This study which is based on document analysis and a two-week fieldwork in a high school, tries to retrace the evolution of shared anthropology from the fore fathers to its current developments and implementations  ...  Then, in the 1950s, contrary to the reifying perspectives of the first anthropologists influenced by positivism and structuralism, Jean Rouch orients anthropology towards a new approach by introducing  ...  In Northern Norway, Breivang high school has been chosen among the first schools where the program has been introduced.  ... 
doi:10.4236/jss.2020.84010 fatcat:iqu2znubdrb6be64bi5vskp474

Free school meals as an opportunity to target social equality, healthy eating, and school functioning: experiences from students and teachers in Norway

Kristine E. Illøkken, Berit Johannessen, Mary E. Barker, Polly Hardy-Johnson, Nina Cecilie Øverby, Frøydis Nordgård Vik
2021 Food & Nutrition Research  
There are no national arrangements for free school meals provision in Norway despite this being an important opportunity to improve children's and adolescents' nutritional status and ultimately their physical  ...  During a one academic year (2014–2015), a group of Norwegian sixth graders were served a free healthy school meal in a project called 'The School Meal Project'.  ...  Acknowledgments Thanks to the local cook for preparing and serving the meals. Thanks to participating students and teachers, and to the school for help with the recruitment process.  ... 
doi:10.29219/fnr.v65.7702 pmid:34349612 pmcid:PMC8287658 fatcat:ykgqmguzybfabkns7tnwgu7cq4

Norway and National Liberation in Southern Africa

Dalvan M. Coger, Tore Linne Eriksen
2001 International Journal of African Historical Studies  
expenditure for the secondary school in Bagamoyo.  ...  in Norway, which promptly started a preliminary survey including discussions with SWAPO and a visit to Loudima in March. 103 The need for a secondary school for Namibian pupils was undisputed: secondary  ...  The largest single involvement was from 1983 to 1990, when the association was the main contributor in the building and running of SWAPO's first secondary school outside Namibia, the Namibia Secondary  ... 
doi:10.2307/3097350 fatcat:33gllrf3lbhwvkgjlytqrdwq5u


2016 International Journal for 21st Century Education  
For a considerable number of years, mother tongue (MT) use has been ostracized in English as a foreign language (EFL) classrooms as a form of poor teaching that negatively affects target language (TL)  ...  The present study investigated the perceptions of Norwegian primary school teachers in different grades regarding their TL use when teaching EFL using an online survey.  ...  To obtain an English endorsement, 60 credits in English are required at the middle and secondary school level.  ... 
doi:10.21071/ij21ce.v3ispecial.5713 fatcat:23g4mz7jorgchi3s42tz2zrkxi

A Profile of the Norway rat, Rattus norvegicus, in New York City: Its Impact on City Operations and the Need for Collaborative Interagency Rat Management Programs

Bobby, M. Corrigan
2006 Proceedings of the Vertebrate Pest Conference  
New York City, New York is a uniquely ideal urban habitat for the Norway rat.  ...  There are several reasons for this, but foremost is New York's being one of America's oldest seaport cities and the most densely populated city in the U.S., with a population of at least 8.2 million residents  ...  Department of Education (DOE) The DOE provides primary and secondary education to over 1 million students in over 1,400 schools.  ... 
doi:10.5070/v422110040 fatcat:gl4buzs3ozfwlh6dr7rj6odsqe

The mining sectors in Chile and Norway, ca. 1870–1940: the development of a knowledge gap

Kristin Ranestad
2017 Innovation and Development  
Acknowledgments Norway Used at Kongsberg Silver Works in the measuring of ores, introduced in 1846.  ...  and secondary schooling.  ...  at primary schools had effects on the admission to secondary schools.  ... 
doi:10.1080/2157930x.2017.1322030 fatcat:urulhl3kyje45gsnanrp42fb4e

The Institutionalisation of Sami Interest in Municipal Comprehensive Planning: A Comparison Between Norway and Sweden

Therese Bjärstig, Vigdis Nygaard, Jan Åge Riseth, Camilla Sandström
2020 International Indigenous Policy Journal  
The Sami are recognized as an Indigenous people and a national minority in both Norway and Sweden, and their involvement in any planning concerning their traditional territories is required.  ...  We use two case study areas: Sortland municipality in Norway and Vilhelmina municipality in Sweden.  ...  Secondly, both municipalities are centres for significant socioeconomic drivers: Vilhelmina is a secondary school centre and Sortland is a regional trade centre.  ... 
doi:10.18584/iipj.2020.11.2.10574 fatcat:ufjahxrstrbjxj4jj4bjcgj7hq

Negotiating Multilingual Resources in English Writing Instruction for Recent Immigrants to Norway

Ingrid Rodrick Beiler
2019 TESOL Quarterly (Print)  
THE AUTHOR Ingrid Rodrick Beiler is a PhD candidate in teaching English at the Department of Teacher Education and School Research, University of Oslo, in Norway.  ...  Brevik and other members of the SISCO research group at the University of Oslo for commenting on an earlier draft of this article.  ...  for recent immigrants in upper secondary school in Norway.  ... 
doi:10.1002/tesq.535 fatcat:accpjlqakfffpiru4zzdc3si3m

Gender Balance and Institutions in Local Government – Examples from Rural Norway

Hilde Bjørnå
2012 Lex Localis  
The article compares recruitment policies in rural municipalities in Norway.  ...  Representation policies in local governments are, in other words, not only affected by rules and values "from above", they must also be understood in a "bottom up" perspective, as the aggregated consequences  ...  They are responsible for primary and lower secondary schools, nurseries/kindergartens, care of the elderly and disabled, and social services (social assistance, child welfare, etc.).  ... 
doi:10.4335/10.2.129-152 fatcat:b2c2mufoyfcvtg7ppqsmrmvili

Elite Images and Foreign Policy Outcomes: A Study of Norway

Daniel Madar, Philip M. Burgess
1969 International Journal  
considerations, her inclusion in any attempt to solve the security problems of Norway and Sweden.  ...  their social and economic programs for defense.  ...  This meant, in peacetime, that Norway would have to avoid commitments to any powers that might become embroiled in a conflict in the foreseeable future, i.e., by definition, all great powers.  ... 
doi:10.2307/40200306 fatcat:as6256psgrgi7ewerviw7xrzry

Key note presentations, 10th Arctic Ungualate Conference, Tromsø, Norway, 1999

Editor in Chief
2000 Rangifer  
A Rangifer Special Issue with workshop papers is planned for publication later in 2000.  ...  The Conference also included a Circumpolar PhD-Network in Arctic Environmental Studies (CAES) workshop: "Reindeer 2000", attended by 47 participants presenting 25 student contributions, 5 keynote lectures  ...  The main ideas in the paper, like for many anthropologists and wildlife biologists, have a local providence.  ... 
doi:10.7557/2.20.2-3.1478 fatcat:vmz6vqp4njcrnlhuip2oi4yvsm
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