As a young scholar, I am also passionate about teaching and experimenting with new teaching models. In 2018, I have completed a 150 hours program “Teaching and Learning in Higher Education.”
In 2019 I was responsible for lectures, seminars, workshops and exhibition production in the bachelor course “Å arrangere fortiden: kulturhistorisk kunnskapsformidling” (KULH2090). I was a mentor for four master students of the Museology program. In addition, I was one of the four scholars designing and teaching a new master course “Digital kulturarv” (KULH4020) in 2018-2019. My pedagogical vision is reflected in my teaching work and pedagogical design of the courses – I am an enthusiast of the student-centered learning (SCL) and ‘flipped classroom model’, which allocates more time for active learning suits. In my course (KULH2090) students learned about relationships between cultural history, memory and media, and how our understanding of the past is inseparable from its medialization. The key component of the course was students’ own group work on the exhibition making.
Students working on exhibition project "Asbjørnsens Arbeidsværelse"
May 2019, Sophus Bugges Library, University of Oslo. Photo: Ellen Stangnes