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av Rasmus Ugilt Holten Jensen
In this paper the author discusses the demand for a paradigm shift in the practice of teaching and learning, which one finds in recent constructivist theory of learning. He attempts ...
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av Lars Peter Bech Kjeldsen og Jens-Ole Jensen
This article investigates the practicability of transforming tacit knowledge about the body’s non-verbal communication into conscious knowledge. The article also investigates the dependency of the quality of communication ...
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av Svein Lie og Are Turmo
Large-scale international studies in education typically include measures based on students' self-reports in questionnaires. One important question is whether the mean country values for such constructs are directly ...
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av Lars Anders Kulbrandstad
Norway is considered to have more spoken dialects than most other countries in Europe, and the social tolerance for language diversity is said to be without parallel. Thus it is ...
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av Tuula Merisuo-Storm
The aim of the study was to find out how pupils’ writing skills develop during the first six school years. The skills of 136 Finnish pupils (aged 6 to 7 years) were measured ...
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