Syllabus/achievement requirements

SNE4310 Counselling, Innovation, Support Systems and Collaboration

Obligatory reading:

All texts marked with an asterisk are available in two separate compendia (SNE4310 Part 1 of 2 and SNE4310 Part 2 of 2) which are for sale from "Kopiutsalget" in Akademika bookshop, Blindern campus.

Davis, Hilton (1993). Counselling Parents of Children with Chronic Illness or Disability. Blackwell Publishing. 144 p.

*Lassen, Liv. (2000). Psychological Theories of Development Underlying the Counselling Process. Oslo Unipub. 27 p.

*Lassen, Liv. (2005). Five Challenges in Empowering Teachers. In B. H. Johnsen (ed.). Socio-Emotional Growth and Development of Learning Strategies (pp. 229-247). Oslo: Unipub – Oslo Academic Press. 18 p.

*Skogen, Kjell. ( 2001). Innovation for Inclusion - An Introduction to the Process of Change. In B. H. Johnsen, & M. D. Skjørten (eds). Education – Special Needs Education: An Introduction (pp.325 - 358). Oslo, Unipub. 33 p.

*Wormnæs. Siri. (2001). Educating Educators for Pupils with Special Needs. In B. H. Johnsen & M. D. Skjørten (eds.) Education – Special Needs Education: An Introduction (pp. 307 – 324). Oslo, Unipub. 17 p.

*Edwards, A. & Protheroe, L. (2003). Learning to see in classrooms: what are student teachers learning about teaching and learning while learning to teach in schools? British Educational Research Journal, Vol. 29 ,No. 2, 227-242. 15 p.

*van den Berg, R. (2002). Teachers’ meanings regarding educational practice. Review of Educational Research, 72, 4, 577-625. 48 p.

*Moon, B. (2007). Research analysis: Attracting, developing and retaining effective teachers: A global overview of current policies and practices. Paris: UNESCO. 22 p.

*Schwille, J. & Dembélé, M. (2007). Global perspectives on teacher learning: improving policy and practice. Paris: UNESCO. 130 p.

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