Entries by Hilde Steinmoen

Phd -student attends Climate Reality Leadership Training

Janne Robberstad is a PhD-student at Western Norway University of Applied Sciences (HVL), Campus Stord  researching the relationship between creativity and sustainability in a design-process. Working with international educational projects, the context for the research is the CASE-center project Global Science Opera, of which she also is the administrative production-manager. In March she participated in […]

The DiSko project meets “The culture carousel” in Bergen

Participants (from left): Art teacher Alf Bugge Gjerstad, Bergen, DiSko project leader Kari Holdhus,  teacher Anne Kulild, Bergen and DiSko researcher Jonas Cisar Romme work with projects that relate. The DiSko project develops and researches possible dialogic meetings between musicians, pupils and teachers in Norwegian Schools. DiSko researchers are eager to meet other researchers and […]

Rosetta’s Stone» reaches the American Prize semi-finals

The American Prize has announced that Rosetta’s Stone is a  SEMI-FINALIST composer in the OPERA/THEATER/FILM/DANCE divisions, 2018-19. The opera Rosetta’s Stone is a collaboration between  the composers John G. Bilotta and Jostein Stalheim and  librettists  Oded Ben-Horin and John McGrew. The American Prize is a series of new, non-profit national competitions in the performing arts providing cash […]

GSO 2019 – Transatlantic creative collaboration

Groups of students and teachers from Sao Tome and Principe, and Sobral and Campos in Brazil, working innovatively in education: a creative, democratic collaboration based on the GSO-methodology takes place with the help of Skype and Google-Docs. We are in the process of making the main story for the 2019 GSO GRAVITY, and students find inspiration […]

The polyphony of musician–teacher partnerships: Towards real dialogues?

Photo: Kari Svanberg The first  article from the DiSko project has been published in Thinking Skills and Creativity. Kari Holdhus has authored the article, which aims to explore and discuss how, on many levels and in many ways, polyphonic dialogues can fluctuate among participants in a multidisciplinary didactic art project implemented in schools, namely, School and Concert […]

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 […]