Entries by Grethe Loenning Grimsboe

Project work in times of the COVID-19-pandemic

The CASE center is involved in two ongoing Erasmus+-projects, both of them will be affected by the outbreak of the COVID-19-pandemic. The CASE-project was supposed to have it’s final Summer School in Marathon, Athens, in July. All the Summer Schools in Marathon are cancelled due to the restrictions imposed and the ongoing public health concerns […]

Seminar focus on DiSko findings and impact

Middle of February, active researchers, musicians and teachers connected to the DiSko project gathered at a hotel at Jeløy east of the Oslo Fjord. The participants worked for two days presenting, discussing and interpreting results of the activities. Cyclus 2 research participants were asked to critique and improve a draft of the latest production report, […]

Postponed: CASE International Conference at Stord, Norway on August 26-28, 2020

The CASE International Conference at Stord is postponed until December 1st-3rd. See more at Spotlight. The project Creativity, Art and Science in Primary Education (CASE), funded within the framework of the European Union Erasmus+ programme, will held its final international conference at the Western Norway University of Applied Sciences, campus Stord, August 26-28. The conference […]

GSO4SCHOOLS Kick-off-meeting at HVL campus Stord, Norway, October 15-16

The GSO4SCHOOL Consortium members gathered for the kick-off-meeting for the project on the 15th and 16th of October at HVL campus Stord, Norway. The coming three years they will train teachers in STEAM-education in general and the GSO-methodology specifically. The GSO4SCHOOLS project’s main aim is to train and motivate school students and teachers in the […]

CASE Transnational Partner Meeting, Dublin City University, Ireland, 03-04/09/2019

The Erasmus+ project “Creativity, Art and Science in Primary Education (CASE)” held a successful transnational partner meeting at Dublin City University on the 3rd- 4 th of September. The partners from institutions and organization in Norway, Ireland, Greece, Holland and Lithuania are now well into the project period and have already produced impressive results in the […]

New Innovation project granted by the EU Erasmus+ program

New European Union project! The CASE center’s Global Science Opera team were recently granted a new Erasmus+ project: GSO4SCHOOL (full name: Global Science Opera – Leverage students’ participation and engagement in science through art practices). GSO4SCHOOL was granted approximately 3.3 million Norwegian kroner to support school pupils’ activities and teacher training in the Global Science […]