What is the aim of school? Hear about Ragna’s, Bavithira’s and Sophie’s answers, questions and ideas “To educate”, was Sophie’s first thought. But how is this answer helping to structure and orientate one’s teaching? It is not really an aim. And if it is, it can only be measured by grading. By asking about the...
Assessment in schools – different practices and different goals Performance, assessment and opportunities in school was the topic of our first House Session of the new year! How we assess is such a significant part of the teaching profession as it is crucial for the development of students. When discussing our own experiences with evaluation,...
School Systems – Different but Interesting; Hedda and Niklas explain their discoveries It’s our turn to write the blog post, yey! Who are we, you’re probably wondering. So here is a short introduction of us. First out we have 22-year-old Niklas from Germany, studying Arbeitslehre at TU Berlin. Most importantly, his favorite food is Sushi....
"In any case, it is very valuable to get to know a different culture of teaching. The interaction with lecturers and students in Norway is more on an equal footing, so you get the impression that you are working on something together instead of just solving an impersonal task to generate points. A personal project is created."
Student at TU Berlin and former exchange student at NTNU
"MOTIVATE! provides students with distinct benefits as they develop acceptance for cultural diversity, self-confidence, initiative and curiosity through cross-cultural learning."
Katrine Dalbu Alterhaug
Head of Internationalization at the Teacher Department at NTNU
"Move it again, MOTIVATE! and lets be creative and constructive with all we learned during the pandemic…"
Prof. Markus Cslovjecsek
Project Coordinator at PH FHNW
"MOTIVATE! enables students to freely exchange thoughts and ideas on relevant topics while also gaining important intercultural skills and knowledge."
Student and staffmember of MOVE IT! at TU Berlin
“In the world today, schools can only succeed with an international approach: the diversity of pupils in Berlin and elsewhere, the social and technological challenges of the future, all this is globally and locally connected and we need a reflexive, well-informed and open-minded view across any borders.”