Study plan

Honors for ESERO Norway

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Programme description

The program consists of five separate subjects/courses that can be taken individually.

Study model

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Learning outcomes

An important goal of the program is to actualize and modernize science, and that participants learn scientific workingmethods that can be applied and used in schools.

Admission requirements

Teacher education

Job opportunities

Relevant further education for natural sciences teachers

Study abroad

not applicable

Costs

Lodgingcosts as well as (up to) 50% of the travelcosts (max. NOK 2000) are covered by Nordic ESERO. Refund for travelcosts is given after passed exam. No other costs except semesterfee of NOK 850.

Specific arrangements for recognition of prior learning

Admission based on real life and work experience (formal, informal and non-formal prior learning) according to current Norwegian regulations.

Examination regulations, assessment and grading

The Norwegian system for grading and assessment using the letter grades A - F, in which A denotes the best/highest grade and F denotes "not passed". Work can also be assessed as "passed", "not passed", "approved" and "not approved".

Refer to applicable legislation, rules and regulations

Graduation requirements

Final (home)exam including a teachingplan.

Programme evaluation

The study programme is evaluated annually by students using course evaluation studies and by the programme director. The evaluations are included in the university's quality assurance system

Qualifications requirements and regulations

ECTS Credits 10 Study level One term programme Teaching language Norwegian Faculty The Faculty of Education and Arts Course location Bodø