Sweden’s greatest challenges in relation to the global goals for sustainable development in Agenda 2030 are inequality, violence and violations. More and more young people are being bullied. Psychosomatic disorders and suicides are increasing among young people. Every fourth child has been subjected to physical abuse at home. Sexual violence and harassment are especially high
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How can different types of texts be used to get students in F-3 to think more norm creatively and dare to challenge prevailing norms and ways of thinking? Can small micro-actions lead to change? In our work we mix different texts and investigate and problematize everything from books, newspapers, social media and pictures, we make
The Mårtenskolan in Lund has for three years been part of an Erasmus project that involved reading and writing development for ages 4-12. The project has dealt with topics such as: What types of texts do you work with in different countries? how are student texts assessed? what skills should students achieve at different ages?
Here you will find tips on digital tools, websites and apps that are meant to contribute to F in all subjects … Does that sound strange? Not at all! F as in, for example, simplify, deepen and gild. Or focus, explain and anchor. Or find and research. And sometimes even confuse and aggravate. Not to
Many young people today see themselves in a future where they feed on being glamorous Youtubers, Instagram profiles or Gamers, that is, self-made entrepreneurs. How feasible are such career choices and are they incompatible with traditional schooling? Is it possible to teach “entrepreneurial thinking” on a structured and broad front in schools? The answer is
Are you a principal who knocks on yourself to gain student influence? Or a democracy ambassador tired of your students not caring? Students’ right to influence and the school’s democracy mission is something that arouses feelings in the debate about Swedish school. At the same time as student influence has been debated, student movement has
In working with the UN’s global goal, Agenda 2030, learning for sustainable development is one of the keys to success. But it is also the way for a sustainable future and a school for lifelong learning.
Lotta will tell you about the process when Södermalmsskolans participated in the work of developing learning materials in mathematics. The desire was aroused by the students and teachers were given skills development. The result is that the teachers received a teaching material that covers the whole course – according to their own wishes – which
Pupils’ motivation for learning is a crucial factor in how they will succeed through high school and beyond in life. As our world changes more and more rapidly, becomes increasingly complex and gives us endless choices, it becomes increasingly difficult to find its way, its motivation and its well-being. – How do we help students
Today, more than 2 million Swedes have a foreign background and we see a Sweden that is constantly changing. Where are we going? The second generation Swedish, what we are doing now is a lecture based on the pod “Second generation Swedish” where Filmon raises thoughts about what inclusion and integration mean in practice. What