Carlgren Ingrid, Klette Kirsti & Myrdal Sigurjon et al. (2006). Â« Changes in Nordic Teaching Practices: From individualised teaching to the teaching of individuals Â». Scandinavian Journal or Educational Research, vol. 50, nÂ° 3, juillet, p. 301–326. En ligne : <http://bulsa.helsinki.f ... dic%20Teaching%2006.pdf>.
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BibTeX citation key: Carlgren2006a
|Categories: Apprentissages et psychologie, Individualisation
Keywords: apprentissage, enseignement individualisĂ©, pratique pĂ©dagogique, Scandinavie
Creators: Carlgren, Klette, Myrdal, Schnack, Simola
Collection: Scandinavian Journal or Educational Research
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In this article the theme of individualisation of teaching is described and analysed. In the light of a fairly long tradition of a comprehensive school system embracing the idea of individualisation, we expected this to be an important aspect of ongoing changes in Nordic schools. Individualisation can be seen as continuity in the pedagogical ideasâ€”at the same time the meaning of individualisation changes along with other changes in school and society. While in Sweden and Norway the appearance of self-regulatory individualised ways of working in the end of the twentieth century is quite strong, it is not so obvious in the other countries. In the article the theme of individualisation is treated from the perspective of each country. Based on these case descriptions, similarities and differences are discussed.
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