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Third workshop concluded in Arctic5 pedagogy project

The "Joint Online Master Course on the Arctic Inclusive Pedagogy" project held it's third workshop in Luleå on the 13th-14th May.

The workshop gathered together educators from five Nordic Arctic universities to plan joint studies. Arcum-affiliated researchers Björn Norlin and Charlotta Svonni participated as two out of four representatives from Umeå University. The long-term goal of the project is to develop a curriculum towards a common Nordic Master programme.

UArctic writes: "Altogether, the project was very successful and achieved its goals well. Developing joint study course has strengthened the relations and cooperation within the Arctic5 group, especially in the field of education. The project group has shared good practices in online teaching methods and learnt a lot about their peers experiences, and studies."

Read more about the project in UArctic's news article and on the project website.

Affiliated researchers