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av Ingegerd Ericsson
Two questions are discussed in this article: Can school results be predicted? 2. Can differences in school results between pupils with good and less good motor skills decrease with motor training ...
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av Gun Berglund
This article examines the language of lifelong learning. It challenges the ideal of the capable human; an active, self-directed lifelong learner who is successful within, and useful to society ...
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av Narve Dolve
In 2004 The Norwegian Government published the “Declaration of Learning”. The document lists up a number of expectations, which indicate what the school population can expect from the school authorities in ...
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av Tina Bering Keiding
This article offers a re-description of the concept of learning context. Drawing on Niklas Luhmann and Gregory Bateson it suggests an alternative to situated, social learning and activity theory ...
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av Trond Solhaug
This study compares how two Steinerschools prepare students for democratic citizenship with six Norwegian public secondary schools. Data comes from written documents, interviews and a survey of 1830 students in eight ...
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av Karin Johansson
This article describes an analysis of texts on musical learning processes. Two texts from two Swedish textbooks on organ improvisation, that were published with an interval of twenty years (1977 and ...
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