Faculty of Arts and Education
University of Stavanger
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Education and research
The faculty has comprehensive study portfolio with teacher training at all levels from kindergarten to secondary school, sports studies and training in special pedagogy, language, religion, history, drama, arts and crafts, several degree programs in humanistic subjects, a wide range of further education and research training . We are concerned that the students who leave us should be well trained in critical and analytical thinking, have the ability for ethical reflection and be aware of the need for continuous learning and professional development.
Faculty Administration UH
Department of Cultural Studies and Languages
Norwegian Centre for Learning Environment and Behavioral Research in Education
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Interest in Old Norse led to video game work
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