Boldic Award 2015 delades ut till projektet Gränsöverskridande nordisk utbildning GNU.
Priset som är på 500 Euro och finansieras via Nordplus togs emot av Vigdis Fuglevåg och Marius Pettersen från Selvik skola i Vestfold.
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Priset delades ut av Boldics Coordinator Ulf Sandström vid FunKon 15 konferensen i Oslo den 9 november.
En enig Boldic jury har utsett årets vinnare för det innovativa och skalbara projektet Gränsöverskridande nordisk utbildning.
Motiv till Boldic Award 2015 utnämningen är:
This is an innovative project of open and distance learning and it promotes models for online learning
and ICT-supported flexible lifelong learning in the Nordic and Baltic region.
The project organized students in so-called Nordic class-match groups cross-border teaching models
are co-created, tested and evaluated in an iterative process. This project deals with educational
challenges with cross boarder collaboration and user driven design. The core of the project is about
innovation. Innovation in this educational context is defined as ideas translated into improved and
new practices. Evaluation research in education attempts to identify “best practice”, consequently,
innovation is the development of “next practice”. The project is grounded in a philosophy of userdriven
research-based innovation. Users are both teachers and students in schools.
of new forms of teaching takes place in a co-design process where students, teachers and
researchers work together in different ways, crossing the boarders of the three Nordic nations of
Denmark, Norway and Sweden.
The project is well documented: Grænseoverskridende Nordisk Undervisning(GNU)
Se video från BA2015 prisutdelningen i 9 nov på funKon 15 konferensen i Oslo.
BOLDIC AWARD 2015
Cross boarder collaboration is the winner of Boldic Award 2015 of 500 Euros for the innovative EU-funded project related to “Cross boarder collaboration” for educational purposes supported by information and communication technologies between Danish, Norwegian and Swedish schools.
The EU supported project started in 2011 and finalized in 2014.
The overall goal for the project is to develop innovative cross-border teaching models by the means of user driven, practice-based co-design processes between practitioners and researchers.
This is an innovative project of open and distance learning and it promotes models for online learning and ICT-supported flexible lifelong learning in the Nordic and Baltic region.
Grattis till vinnarna.
Läs mer om GNU projektet här.