Erik Adalberon

Erik Adalberon
Universitetet i Agder | UIA · Department of Education

Doctor of Education

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Additional affiliations
January 2015 - March 2018
Universitetet i Agder
Position
  • PhD Student

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Publications (5)
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This thesis is based on the investigation of video examinations in teacher education and serves as a case of an innovation process.
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This article reports a study of written feedback comments in the context of teacher education. While feedback is believed to have the potential to improve students’ learning, the provision will rest upon educators’ and examiners’ ability and means to convey details about their assessment. In the context reported here, compulsory feedback beyond the...
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The present study reports on an alternative examination design where pre-service teachers took part in observation and analysis of a video-recorded classroom situation, and how this affected their opportunities to demonstrate their conceptual knowledge of teaching and learning. The findings from analysing 21 written examination reports suggest that...
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This article reports a study of a full-scale digital examination in a five-year master program of teacher education in Norway. The innovative design involves observing a video case based on an authentic classroom situation and analysing the case in light of educational theory and subject content knowledge. All parts of this format are to be solved...
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Recent research in Norway reveals significant differences between how students and educators in higher education report using social media in the context of university activities. Students seem to use such media at their own initiative and largely outside the academic agenda. This study looks further into students’ use of social media by means of a...

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