Ann-Catherine Henriksson works with teachers´ in-service education within the Åbo Akademi University in Finland. She has been a member of one of the working groups for the new Finnish curriculum. She has a doctoral degree in education and a long background of teaching in primary schools. The focus in her research has been teachers´ perceptions about learning and teaching, as well as formative assessment and learning environments. In her own teaching she has been using Storyline as a method. Storyline has also been the focus of some of her in-service courses for teachers.
- Presentations at Storyline 2018
Looking at Storyline from the perspective of the new Finnish curriculumPaper
The national curriculum for comprehensive education in Finland was reformed in 2016 in order to educate students who are able to rise to different 21st century challenges.
The reform has awoken interest in Finland as well as abroad. Interdisciplinary learning, 21st century skills, formative assessment, versatile ...More