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Case studies in innovation and new Learning Strategies

The projects are related to the EU project Creative Learning and Student’s Perspectives, CLASP. The Danish projects contains field studies of IT-based learning strategies in upper secondary schools (Danish Gymnasieskole). The projects are directed by Professor Karen Borgnakke.

A collected book publication from the CLASP project describes the field studies in the 10 participating countries. The research group contribute to the special issue of EERJ: Ethography of Education in a Eurepean Educational Researcher Perspective. Reports from the Danish part of the project were given in national reports and in papers from the ECER conference: Between Newcomers and Old-timers - Fieldwork in IT Classes.

The analysis of the involved innovative cases, namely the three IT-schools are presented in:

Challenges for the Next Generation in Upper Secondary School: Between Literacy, Numeracy, and Technacy, Borgnakke 2012, in Pink (ed) Schools for Marginalized Youth An International Perspective, Hampton Press.