What is new?

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z 13 November 2020

With new educational services, applications, content, and an increasing number of users, we are happy to announce that we have relaunched our website. We have chosen to change the design of our Learnlab.net to make it easier for you to find both learning tools, digital resources, and the information you are looking for.

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z 13 November 2020

This autumn, LearnLab has hired two skilled educators: Elin Hofstad and Erlend Kobro. Both have a teacher background and a strong commitment to deep learning and using digital tools in the classroom to promote learning. Get to know them better here!

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z 17 January 2020

We are happy to announce a partnership agreement between the Moroccan Center for Civic Education, The IMTEC foundation and LearnLab.

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z 8 November 2019

After years of working with digital development in schools, I have seen great changes, and received a lot of feedback, both from students and teachers about how digitalization is changing their everyday lives. When you introduce a digital tool into the classroom, something happens to the structure of the classroom. What is happening, and why?

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z 28 October 2019

When teaching, which questions should you ask to promote deeper learning? Here are examples of questions that promote different competences. Good teaching balances these types of questions.

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z 20 October 2019

The LearnLab learning tool is designed to promote learning of concepts and deep learning, but what is one to look for in practice to find out if deep learning is actually taking place?

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z 7 October 2019

Some thoughts and tips from Pål Berglund, 7th-grade teacher and LearnLab content creator.

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z 7 October 2019

LearnLab offers a free platform for creating and sharing educational content in the form of interactive learning sessions. You might have wondered why we can develop software and give it away for free? The answer is that we are supported by the Nordic public education to create the educational resources of tomorrow.

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z 7 October 2019

With the match step learners can find contexts and discover relations between concepts in a fun and engaging way. Match is a game-based step where learners can collaborate or work individually with finding relations between words or images, and through this develop understanding and discover new concepts.