How does the use of technology enhance learning?

Connected Teaching and Learning

One day conference for universities and colleges

On April 3rd I have the honor of presenting and co-hosting a conference arranged by the Norwegian Directorate for Education and Training. The target group is professors and coordinators from colleges and universities working with teacher training, specifically for the program that in Norwegian is called “Kompetanse for kvalitet”. This is an initiative from the Norwegian Government and it has funded the professional development for many teachers in Norway.  The goal is to strengthen the competency of the teachers in different subject areas. In my school at least 5 teachers each year have been able to study at universities and colleges since the program started in 2012. The government pays for the courses and the schools are reimbursed the cost of substitute teachers for the period, often a whole school year. There are some guidelines for these courses, one being this;  the course should include knowledge of…

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About Tech-Enabled Educator Network

The Tech-Enabled Educator Network grew out of a desire to showcase the work of innovative educators to preservice students and new teachers. While committed to professional excellence, most educators are humble by nature and reluctant to promote their work, even when it is exemplary. This modesty makes it challenging for new educators to learn from these educational innovators and greatly hampers the diffusion of innovation. Thus, the Tech-Enabled Educator Network seeks to take on the role of promoting the work of tech-enabled educators by featuring their exemplary blog posts, videos, podcasts, and conference presentations.

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