Internasjonal publisering på den tverrfaglige undervisningsmetoden Storyline

De tre forskerne Kristine Høeg Karlsen, Gini Lockhart-Pedersen og Gunhild Brænne Bjørnstad har fått publisert artikkelen “… but, it's really grown on me, Storyline, as practical as it has been”: A critical inquiry of student teachers' experiences of The Scottish Storyline Approach in teacher education. Artikkelen er publisert i nivå 2-tidsskriftet Teaching and Teacher Education.

Gini Lockhart-Pedersen, Kristine Høeg Karlsen og Gunhild Brænne Bjørnstad. Foto: Irene Felde Olaussen

Mye kjærlighet og hardt arbeid

Det ligger mye kjærlighet, omtanke og energi bak artikkelen "…but, it’s really grown on me”, sier Karlsen. Nå kan den leses i Teaching and Teacher Education. De tre forskerne er stolte av det de har fått til sammen. 

Highlights i artikkelen:

  • The demands on teachers of the 21st century require alternative approaches to teaching and learning.
  • Storyline provides one alternative approach to teaching and learning for student teachers in their education.
  • 71 % student teachers described their experience with The Storyline Approach as good or excellent.
  • 86 % student teachers experience The Storyline Approach as relevant for their future profession.
  • Experiencing The Storyline Approach influences student teachers' attitude towards implementing Storyline in the future.
Publisert 17. des. 2018 19:44 - Sist endret 18. des. 2018 08:51