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Besides being a school, the folk high school is also a home with a shared life. The boarding school as a pedagogical framework gives the folk high school its very particular atmosphere where boundaries between teaching and shared life are erased.
Rasmus Kolby Rahbek explores perceptions of the folk high school as a place, and four narratives demonstrate the impact of this place both on students’ experiences and on the school’s teaching practice.
Rasmus Kolby Rahbek
Born in 1977. PhD from the Danish School of Education, Aarhus. MA in the History of Ideas and Aesthetics and Culture. Educational consultant for the Association of Folk High Schools in Denmark. Previously folk high school teacher at Ry Folk High School and Brandbjerg Folk High School. Most recent publication
Stedets pædagogik – om højskolens opgave og praksis (
The pedagogy of place – on the mission and practice of the mission and practice of the folk high school
In addition, contributions from Dagmar Winther, Anja Rykind-Eriksen, Melanie Lenehan and Kåre Birk.
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 7.
10 Lessons from the Folk High School – a series containing 11 books, in which this is volume 8.
10 Lessons from the Folk High School – a series containing 11 books, in which this is volume 9.
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