New material from the Swedish National School Agency for language development in content areas, an urgent question on many schools, especially with multilingual kids.. It is meant to be used as discussionmaterial for school teams.
In the Netherlands, this type of materials could not be spread in schools by a governmental agency, as we have 'freedom of education' and agencies cannot interfere in classroom methods and professional development.. Meanwhile, schools and teachers need good examples and guidelines, from which they can use what fits to their needs and routines.. I would like to understand how this type of materials is used in schools and how the ideas reach the classroom level.
I would be interested in getting in contact with people who also are worlking on issues connecting teacher autonomy and school (de)regulation!
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