Mobility


Nordic Forum for Research and Development in 

Craft and Design [Educational Sloyd]

Mobility programs for teachers and students

NordFo is supposed to work for cooperation between the Nordic countries’ teaching educations to initiate, stimulate and report research and R & D within the subject craft and design (eng. Sloyd), needlework and woodwork, and the teacher education in these subjects. The subject Sloyd means education and training in the Nordic countries termed e.g. as slöjd, sløjd, sløyd, kasityø,  håndarbejde, textilslöjd, trä- och metallslöjd, teknisk slöjd, smiði, forming, kunst og håndverk, hantverk og design, duodji/samesløyd, craft and design, at all levels of education and equivalent on college and university level. NordFos’ interest embraces institutions and individuals in the Nordic countries working with research and/or teacher training in the field of sloyd, including questions concerning the development of courses, teaching methods, didactics and pedagogy.
The school subject sloyd exist in all the Nordic countries but with different emphasis on the content. As a mobility student or teacher the subject can be studied and compared with curriculum from the native country.
Participants who have joined NordFos’ mobility program from late 1990 until today have had good experiences and made good personal and professional contacts. This is experiences which students and teachers can benefit from in the further study, and also as a practitioner. New didactic perspectives, the role of sloyd teacher, process and product orientation, entrepreneurship, school architecture, equipment for the making processes, fundamental pedagogical ideas e.g. is some of what the student or teacher can concentrate on.
The activities should reflect subjects in sloyd (aesthetic subjects) as they are expressed in Denmark, Estonia, the Faroe Islands, Finland, Greenland,  Iceland, Latvia, Lapland (Sàpmi), Norway, and Sweden.
Nordfo encourages Sloyd – teacher students to use his or hers international semester to apply mobility to study in another Nordic country. It is given support for shorter grant period to observe practice and study another country's education system. NordFo has a big demand for mobility stipends for teachers primarily of one week duration. The network prioritizes the mobility stipends to purposeful places and happenings so that the returns will be as big as possible for the institutions, the individual person and for the network. NordFo wants to stimulate teachers to combine mobility with supplementary education.

Belopp för resor:

Till och från Grönland


1.300 Euro


Till och från Färöarna och Island


660 Euro


Mellan Danmark, Estland, Finland, Lettland, Litauen, Norge, Sverige, Åland


330 Euro


Inrikes i samband med utlandsutbyte


Upp till 150 Euro



Belopp för uppehälle:



Per dag


Per vecka/

5 arbetsdagar


Per månad


Studenter


20 Euro


70 Euro


200 Euro


Lärare


70 Euro


355 Euro


1.065 Euro






Application:

You can find a form  by going to the link

Travel Expence:
You can find a form  by going to the link


Network Partners/Letter of intent:

Roll
Universitet/Högskola
Fakultet/Institution/Avdelning
Koordinator
Huvudpartner
University of Southeast Norway
(NO-HSN)
Faculty of Humanities, Sports and Educational Science
Nätverkspartner
Åbo Akademi University
(FI)
Faculty of Education and Welfare Studies/Fakulteten för pedagogik och välfärdsstudier
Porko-Hudd, Mia
  (mia.porko-hudd@abo.fi)
Nätverkspartner
University of Lapland
(FI)
Faculty of Education
Nätverkspartner
University of Helsinki
(FI)
Faculty of Educational Sciences
Nätverkspartner
University of Jyväskylä
(FI)
Department of Teacher Education
Nätverkspartner
Tallinn University
 (EE)
School of Natural Sciences and Health of TLU
Nätverkspartner
University of Eastern Finland
(FI-uef)
Student and Learning Services/ International Mobility Services
Sipilä, Outi
  (outi.sipila@uef.fi)
Nätverkspartner
University of Iceland
(IS)
School of Education
Nätverkspartner
University of the Faroe Island
(FO)
Pædagoguddannelsen
Nätverkspartner
Metropolitan University College
(DK)
Teacher education
Nätverkspartner
Umeå University
(SE)
Department of Teacher Education in Swedish and Social Sciences
Nätverkspartner
Linköping University 
 (SE)
Department of Culture and Communication (IKK) 
Nätverkspartner
Göteborg university
 (SE)
Faculty of Fine, Applied and Performing Arts
Nätverkspartner
Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences
(NO-HiOA)
Department of Art, Design and Drama
Nätverkspartner
UiT The Arctic University of Norway
(NO-UiT)
Avdeling for utdanning
Nätverkspartner
Volda University College
(NO)
Faculty of Arts and Physical Education
Nätverkspartner
University of Stavanger
(NO-UiS)
Department of Education and Sports Science
Nätverkspartner
Sámi University of Applied Sciences
(NO)
Indigenous Journalism and Sámi teacher education
Nätverkspartner
University of Latvia
(LT)
(Riga Teacher Training and Educational Management Academy)
Aline Grzhibovska
(aline.grzibovska@lu.lv)
Nätverkspartner
University of Turku
 (FI)
Department of Teacher Education, Rauma Campus
 Turku University
Lindfors, Eila
  (eila.lindfors@utu.fi)
Nätverkspartner
Kolding School of Design
(DK)
Lab for Design for Play
Nätverkspartner
Konstfack
(SE)
Arts, Crafts and Design
Nätverkspartner
Iceland Academy of the Arts
(IS)
Department of Arts Education
Nätverkspartner
Aalto University 
 (FI)
School of Arts, Design, and Architecture
Nätverkspartner
University of Tampere
(FI)
School of Education
Sari Hyttinen <Sari.Hyttinen@staff.uta.fi>
Collanus, Miia (Miia.Collanus@staff.uta.fi)
Nätverkspartner
Departementet for Kultur, Uddannelse, Forskning og Kirke
(GL)
Uddannelsesstyrelsen
Nätverkspartner
Western Norway University of Applied Sciences (NO-HVL) - Campus Bergen
(NO)
Faculty of Education ,Campus Kronstad
Nätverkspartner
Absalon University College
(DK)
Læreruddannelsen
Nätverkspartner
University College Capital - Teachers Education Zahle
(DK-UCC)

































































































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