Article in Tekniken i skolan -journal

Nordplus project Beyond technology made the front page of Tekniken i skolan #3, a journal for teachers in technology.

Vad använder ungarna egentligen telefonen till? (What do kids do with their phones?) https://liu.se/cetis/nyhetsbrev/2017-3-vad-anvander-tfn.shtml

Link to #3 of Tekniken i skolan https://liu.se/cetis/nyhetsbrev/2017-3.shtml

Tekniken i skolan– edited by Centrum för tekniken i skolan, 4 issues a year. Both e-version and paper version (9000 copies) and is also distributed in paper to every school in Sweden. Issue #3, was also distribute to all delegates at the biannual teacher conference Tekniken i skolan.

You can prescribe to Tekniken i skolan here https://liu.se/cetis/nyhetsbrev/prenumeration.shtml

Sweden

Participants from Sweden
This project is undertaken with 26 year 4 class students (school year 2016/2017) and their teacher Helena Björk at Ribbybergsskolan in Haninge. Researchers from KTH Royal Institute of Technology participate as well.

Ribbybergsskolan
Ribbybergsskolan is situated in Haninge municipality, 15 minutes south of Stockholm. There are 520 students (6–12 year-olds) and about 55 teaching staff.
School’s website

Researchers
Dr Niall Seery, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Dr Eva Hartell, Utbildningsförvaltningen, Haninge kommun and KTH Royal Institute of Technology

 

Are we the only ones in Sweden? Wow! Year four students said in chorus when they were made aware of their participation.


Ribbybergsskolan

Introduction meeting at Ribbybergsskolan

The 15th of November 2016 parents of first and fourth graders at Ribbybergsskolan were invited to an introduction meeting to our Nordplus junior project Beyond technology.

Besides the teachers of the classes, one researcher from KTH Royal Institute of Technology were attending in person and one via Skype from Ireland. Sharing aims and purpose of project.

Great discussions over a cup of coffee regarding project and pros and cons regarding mobile devices in school.