Supervision Technology for Teacher Training

In this project, via a number of subprojects, we wish to test out and experiment with the software MOSO (Mentoring and Observation Software) in Primary and Lower Secondary School teaching practice, and prepare larger research projects. Click on image for a video presentation of the project:

The project will comprise several subprojects and aims to test the software program MOSO in Primary and Lower Secondary School teaching practice. The testing and the experiences in question will form the basis of larger research projects.

You will find information videos, guidance and educational advice and tips for using MOSO here. MOSO follows the five elements of practical training supervision.

The project will be documented by academic articles, conference presentations and video films. You can follow the projects here in the course of 2016-2017. 

The projects will be carried out during the spring and autumn of 2017. This will involve collaboration between teacher training programmes, teaching practice schools and the universities in question.  

The project is a collaboration between the University of Agder, UiT – The Arctic University of Norway and Halmstad University.

Project staff

Petter Mathisen 
Project Manager
Professor
Centre for Teaching and Learning
University of Agder
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Cato Bjørndal
Professor. Dr.Polit. 
Department of Education
University of Tromsø – The Arctic University of Norway
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Johan Kristian Andreasen
Assistant Professor
Department of Education
University of Agder
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Ann-Christine Wennergren
Assistant Professor
School of Education, Humanities and Social Sciences
Halmstad University
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Fredrik Thornberg
University Lecturer
School of Education, Humanities and Social Sciences
Halmstad University
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Collaborative partners

The project is a collaboration between the University of AgderUiT – The Arctic University of Norway and Halmstad University.

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