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  • About Building Bridges at Teacher Conference

    [7 Aug 2018] The University of Gothenburg hosted the ETEN (European Teacher Education Network) annual conference in April. The theme of the conference was ¿building bridges¿, and the event attracted 200 teacher educators from 22 countries. The theme related to a situation where many of the member nations have received large numbers of recently arrived refugee schoolchildren.

  • Changed Value System in the Wake of School Reforms

    [6 Dec 2017] The so-called first teacher reform from 2013 can be considered an indirect response to the debate concerning the declining performance of Swedish schools. According to a study from the University of Gothenburg, many Swedish teachers feel that the reform has made teacher relations less egalitarian and more hierarchical. Also due to the reform, the so-called lead teachers, who had their position legitimised by their colleagues, have been replaced with first teachers, who in contrast are mainly considered an extension of the school management.

  • New Master's Programme in Education for Sustainable Development

    [6 Dec 2017] Next autumn, the University of Gothenburg will launch a new international Master's programme in education for sustainable development. The programme will focus on how education can become an effective tool in the work to promote sustainable development.

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