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Links to life and to enlightenment for living became a characteristic of the folk high school and placed it in direct opposition to the traditional so-called ‘Latin’ school, with its heavy emphasis on exams. Learning should be driven by the desire to learn, not by a syllabus, by grades or exams.
Lene Tanggaard submits the exam-free school to careful analysis, while four accounts from a range of viewpoints reveal how this lesson is realised in folk high school practice.
Born 1973, Professor of Pedagogy at the Department of Communication & Psychology at Aalborg University, where she conducts research into creativity and learning. Winner of the Folk High School’s Pedagogy Prize in 2017. Author of, for example,
I bad med Picasso – sådan bliver du mere kreativ (In bed with Picasso – how to become more creative), Læringsglemsel (Forgetting to Learn), Skolens formal – mellem målstyring og kreativitet (The Aim of School – between managing by objectives and creativity)
Uren Pædagogik (Impure Pedagogy)
In addition, contributions from Christian Hjortkjær, Thomas Vigild, Kachi A. Ozumba and Lars Hazelton.
10 Lessons from the Folk High School – a series containing 11 books.
10 Lessons from the Folk High School – a series containing 11 books, in which this is volume 3.
10 Lessons from the Folk High School – a series containing 11 books, in which this is volume 4.
10 Lessons from the Folk High School – a series containing 11 books, in which this is volume 5.
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