Mona Evelyn FlognfeldtOslo Metropolitan University · Department of Primary and Secondary Teacher Education
Mona Evelyn Flognfeldt
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Mona Evelyn Flognfeldt works at the Faculty of Teacher Education and International Studies at OsloMet - Oslo Metropolitan University. Her research interests include multilingualism with English, teacher cognition and learning, continuing professional development for English teachers, sustainable vocabulary development.
Language educators in today's classrooms face the complex responsibility of teaching English to prepare students for a variety of requirements in the field of education and work. At the same time, they need to empower students to make use of their English resources to communicate as effectively as possible with speakers in local and global contexts...
ENRICH has placed special emphasis on Evaluation and Quality Assurance (E&QA) aiming at monitoring the progress and evaluating the quality and impact of the project’s activities. In this chapter, E&QA focuses on presenting the monitoring and evaluation activities that lead to the quality assurance of the Continuous Professional Development (CPD) Co...
The increasing representation of young language-minority students in school settings around the world and recent insights into multilingualism as a potential reggsource for language learning and development call for a critical study of theoretical and practical implications for the field of language teaching and assessment. Relatively little attent...
With growing international mobility, Scandinavian classrooms are becoming increasingly diverse and multilingual. Because of the important role of English in Scandinavian countries, the children who enter Norwegian, Danish and Swedish classrooms, and who speak one (or more) languages at home, are expected to develop proficiency in English as well as...
According to the Norwegian national curriculum for English, teachers of English have a key role to play in supporting multilingualism in the classroom. Some teachers face the challenge of teaching English as the L2 of some learners and L3 of others in the context of the same classroom. Learners are supposed to be able to compare English with their...
Denne artikkelen presenterer en studie av den type læring praktiserende engelsklærere i norsk grunnskole selv rapporterer etter et års videreutdanningsstudium i engelsk. Et pedagogisk utviklingsprosjekt på egen skole inngikk som en sentral del av studiet. Studien gir et innblikk i hvilke aspekter ved skolefaget engelsk som erfarne lærere definerer...