Entries by Hilde Steinmoen

One Ocean – Global Science Opera premiere on the 12th of December 2018

Did you know the ocean produces half the oxygen you breathe? That 95% of the ocean is yet to be discovered? That the ocean-floor beneath the Arctic ice is crawling with life? Join Sophia, Mo and their friends around the globe in discovering the secrets of the ocean… The Global Science Opera (GSO) exists at the meeting point of science and art, of pupils […]

DiSko project: Circle 2 kick off seminar

For 2 days 30 participants and researchers in the the DiSko project have been sharing, discussing and planning project activities at Jeløy, Moss. Circle 1 participants from 4 primary schools in Western Norway shared findings and results with the upcoming Circle 2 participants consisting of teachers and musicians from 3 secondary schools and one primary […]

CASE researchers present recent findings at ECER 2018

Inclusion and Exclusion, Resources for Educational Research?’ was the theme at ECER 2018 conference in Bolzano in early September. Within the framework Educational Design Research (EDR), innovation in in educational practices is explored in several of the CASE-center’s projects. Researcher from CASE presented their results in four papers at the session Researching for Responsible and […]

DiSko project report – recommendations for further development

The DiSko project, or rather School and concert – from transmission to dialogue has delivered its third project report, Production report 1, to the project owner Arts for Young Audiences Norway (AYAN) . In the DiSko project, researchers and participants discuss, plan and implement school concerts aiming at all participants’ joint ownership to concert visits, – […]

GSO-workshops on sustainable design in education

As part of further development of the Global Science Opera (GSO), PhD-candidate Janne Robberstad recently traveled to South-America. In Brazil she visited The 11th International Meeting of Astronomy and Astronautics to talk about the GSO and how to integrate an holistic sustainability-thought into the educational project. There was also time to visit one of the […]

Erasmus+ Conference and Workshop at Bømlo

The Erasmus+ project “Creativity, Art and Science in Primary Education (CASE)” held a national conference and workshop for Norwegian teachers in the municipality of Bømlo on Friday, March 16th. During the event, HVL researchers in both science and arts education introduced participants to the CASE approach. The 25 participants, most of whom were primary school […]

First DiSko findings seminar: Reports and preliminary results discussed with project participants

Twenty project participants, researchers and other stakeholders gathered for a 2-days seminar in early January to discuss their work and experiences in the first phase of the DiSko project Teachers from participating schools, AYAN (project owner), researchers and musicians discussed results and findings from the first year of the DiSko project. DiSko is an innovation […]