Resources

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In this page you can find all published resources to be used for example in teaching and studying. All the materials listed in this page are published open access.

UArctic Thematic Network on Teacher Education and UNESCO/UNITWIN Network on Teacher Education co-organise open webinars on the current research topics in the networks 2-4 times a year. Usually the webinar contains one 20-45 minutes presentation and time for discussion.


Webinars

Advancing small children's voice and agency through research collaboration and innovation studies

Anne Burke, Memorial University, Diane Collier, Brock University, Mhairi Beaton and Susan Atkinson, Leeds Beckett University, and Tuija Turunen, Pigga Keskitalo and Hanna Helander, University of Lapland
31 August 2021 


From thinking about what I bring to University study, to showing I'm ready to join the profession: embedded ePortfolio in a Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood & Primary)

Jennifer Munday, Albury Wodonga Campus, Charles Sturt University
May 6, 2020 


Sustaining an endangered language through initial teacher education. The Maori language experience

Huia Jankhe, Massey University
April 15, 2019 


Inuit knowledge in a teacher education

Sylvia Moore, Faculty of Education/Labrador Institute of Memorial University of Newfoundland
October 4, 2017


Diversity in Learning

Universities of Helsinki, Tromso and Aberdeen
March 30, 2017 


Reviewing the international effort towards monitoring and understanding the role of the polar vortex as a driver of the weather and climate

Sergey M. Khaykin, LATMOS laboratory and UVSQ (Université de Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines)
18 March 2021


Inside the classroom - research perspectives on learning situations in the Greenlandic primary school system

Louise Andersen and Ivalu Mathiassen, University of Greenland

March 30, 2020


Canadian Perspectives on Leading Change towards Indigenising the Academy: connections within the Arctic Region

Kirk Anderson, Memorial University of Newfoundland
November 13, 2018 


Indigenous Knowledge and Methodologies

Dr. Rauna Rahko-Ravantti and Dr. Tuija Turunen, University of Lapland
February 8, 2016


An Asset-based Approach to Exploring Probationer Teachers' Lived Experiences of Learning to Enact Inclusive Pedagogy in Schools Located in High Poverty Environments

Archie Graham & Peter Mtika, University of Aberdeen

October 28, 2020 


The Emerging Concern for Indigenous Language Education in Public Education in Canada

Frank Deer, University of Manitoba
October 8, 2019 


Finnish basic education and teacher education - perspectives on inclusive education

Suvi Lakkala & Outi Kyrö-Ämmälä, University of Lapland
June 7, 2018


Autodidactism

Dmitrij Levites, Murmansk Arctic State University
June 14, 2017 


Videos

Keynote speech

Learning from and Leading change in indigenous and northern education - transition risks

Conference Education, Equity and Inclusion: Teaching and Learning for a Sustainable North
Professor Kirk Anderson, Memorial University of Newfoundland
November 19, 2020


Roundtable discussion

Do you speak my language?

FERA Conference on Education
November 21, 2019 in Joensuu, Finland 


Keynote speech

Inclusive education policy from a critical perspective

Conference Developing an Inclusive School
Professor of education policy Diane Hirshberg, University of Alaska Anchorage
March 26, 2019 


Principles of Inclusive Education

presentation in symposium Inclusive Teacher Education - Challenges and Ideas
Senior lecturer Mhairi Beaton, Leeds Beckett University
March 26, 2019


Panel discussion

Education, Equity and Inclusion

Conference Education, Equity and Inclusion: Teaching and Learning for a Sustainable North
November 19, 2020 


Book launch event

Including the North: a Comparative Study of the Policies of Inclusion and Equity in the Circumpolar North

Arctic Science Summit Week 2019
May 28, 2019 


Keynote speech

Research-based teacher education towards inclusive schools - Case: Lapland

Conference Developing an Inclusive School
Professor Tuija Turunen, University of Lapland
March 26, 2019


Open seminar

Indigenous Pedagogy

University of Lapland
March 11, 2020 in Rovaniemi, Finland 


Panel discussion

Including the North: Indigenous Languages and Inclusion Policies in Education

Arctic Science Summit Week 2019
May 28, 2019 


Inclusive education as a subject - the radical shift in teacher education in Austria

presentation in symposium Inclusive Teacher Education - Challenges and Ideas
Professor Gottfried Biewer, University of Wien
March 26, 2019


Videos published by the network members

Conference Presentation

Significance of Culturally Relevant Pedagogy in Teaching Faroese to Immigrants

Kalpana Vijayavarathan, University of the Faroe Islands
Conference: Language in West Nordic Countries: West Nordic Council Conference 2020
29th January, 2020 

ACDE Accord on Indigenous Education

Kirk Anderson, Memorial University of Newfoundland
26th May, 2016 

Publications

Conclusions - Teacher Education for Social Justice and Diversity, May 2019
Conclusions - Teacher Education for Social Justice and Diversity, May 2019
Special double issue of journal Education in the North, "Teacher Education in the Arctic", August 2018
Special double issue of journal Education in the North, "Teacher Education in the Arctic", August 2018
Position Statemen on Arctic Pedagogy, June 2019
Position Statemen on Arctic Pedagogy, June 2019
Including the North: a Comparative Study of the Policies of Inclusion and Equity in the Circumpolar North, March 2019
Including the North: a Comparative Study of the Policies of Inclusion and Equity in the Circumpolar North, March 2019

Publications of the network members

Digital and rural education

Frangou, S.-M., & Keskitalo, P. (2020). Enhancing Social Learning with Digital Applications: Life Stance Education and Sámi Pedagogy Move to Synchronous Distance Learning in Teacher Education. In R.E. Ferdig, E. Baumgartner, R. Hartshorne, R. Kaplan-Rakowski, & C. Mouza (Eds.), Teaching, Technology, and Teacher Education during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Stories from the Field. (pp. 23-26).


Power, R. (Ed). (2020). e-Learning Essentials 2020. Sydney, NS, Canada: Power Learning Solutions. 


Power, R. (Ed). (2019). Technology and the curriculum: Summer 2019. Lethbridge, AB, Canada: Power Learning Solutions. 

Power, R., Gallant, G., Gallant, J., Girouard, J., Hildebrandt, K, MacLeod, J., McCarthy, T., Mugford, J., Pinhorn, C., & Pitts, M. (2020). Integration of Instructional Design and Technology to Support Rapid Change. Sydney, NS, Canada: Power Learning Solutions. 


Power, R. (Ed). (2018). Technology and the curriculum: Summer 2018. Surrey, BC, Canada: Power Learning Solutions. 

Indigenous education

Flood, K., Moore, S., Yeoman, E. (2021) A History of Preparing Teachers for Northern Labrador. The Morning Watch: Educational and Social Analysis, 47(1) 

Anderson, K. & Hanrahan, M. (eds.) (2013) The Morning Watch publication: Indigenizing the Academy

Bjøru, A.-M. (2021). Birgejupmi - Life Skilla, the Sámi approach to Inclusion and Adapted Education. The Morning Watch: Educational and Social Analysis, 47(1)

Keskitalo, P., Sarivaara, E. (2021) Current Issues of Quality in Saami Language Education. The Morning Watch: Educational and Socail Analysis, 47(1) 

Other themes

Burke, A., Card, B. (2021). Outdoor Kindergarten: Achiecing Outcomes with A Place-based & Landbased Approach to Emergent Curriculum. The Morning Watch: Educational and Social Analysis, 47(1)

Harju-Luukkainen, H., Kangas, J. (2021) What is the Future of ECE Teacher Profession? Teacher's Agency in Finland Through the Lenses of Policy Documents. The Morning Watch: Educational and Social Analysis, 47(1) 

Vijayavarathan, K. (2021) Equity in Education for the Circumpolar North. The Morning Watch: Educational and Social Analysis, 47(1)