Entries by Grethe Loenning Grimsboe

A Guidebook to Writing a Science Opera

The recently published book Inquiry-Based Learning: “A Guidebook to Writing a Science Opera”, written by Oded Ben-Horin (HVL/CASE center) and Irma Smegen (Speel je Wijs) provides teachers with the reasons for, and advantages of, introducing pupils of all ages to Write a Science Opera (WASO). It provides step-by-step instructions for how to implement WASO in […]

STEAM Approach in Science Education

A three-day international online conference was arranged by HVL Dec 1-3. More than 300 participants from 40 countries had registered to participate, and they were all gathered in the quest to learn more about STEAM-education. The participants experienced great keynotes, presentations, workshops and posters, and the global STEAM-education network was enriched and enlarged during the […]

Application sent for new project: FORSTERK Global Science Opera – transdisciplinary STEAM education

Another project application was sent from the CASE-researchers last week. The project FORSTERK Global Science Opera – transdisciplinary STEAM education applied for NOK 1 million from the Norwegian Research Council, in order to support the exploitation of previous H2020 project results in areas of relevance for HVL’s strategic goals of responsible innovation. The project’s primary […]


The 6th Global Science Opera production will premiere on November 20th at 2 pm CET. This year, our global team got inspired by the scientific topics of energy and sustainability. The opera’s story and synopsis were written by pupils of the Ardross primary school in Perth, Australia. The opera was then developed by teams all […]

Welcome to webinar: Art and school – in sustainable dialogue?

Thursday November 19 2020 at 10am-2pm CET the conference Art and school – in sustainable dialogue will be hosted as a zoom webinar. The webinar forms the closing event of the innovation research project School and concert – from transmission to dialogue. Project results suggest radical alternatives to current transmission practices in the visiting arts […]

Applications for external funding

Spring and early autumn 2020, the CASE center has been involved in a number of applications sent to various sources for external funding, such as the National Research Council in Norway (NFR), DIKU – the Norwegian Agency for International Cooperation and Quality Enhancement in Higher Education, H2020 and Erasmus+. The reason for some of this […]

New project granted by the Erasmus+-programme

The Erasmus+-programme Strategic Partherships for higher education has recently granted the project entitled Arts and Mindfulness in Education (AMiE). Project coordinator is the Western Norway University of Applied Sciences (HVL), with project leader Jonas Selås Olsen. The project runs for 36 months, starting September 1st 2020. The AMiE-project will provide European teachers with inspirational and […]