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    Fjetland, Kirsten Jæger
    et al.
    VID vitenskapelige høyskole (NOR).
    Areskoug Josefsson, Kristina
    University West, Department of Health Sciences, Section for health promotion and care sciences. OsloMet – storbyuniversitetet (NOR); Jönköping University (SWE).
    Vikman, Miriam Dubland
    VID vitenskapelige høyskole (NOR).
    Folkman, Anne Katrine
    VID vitenskapelige høyskole (NOR); Universitetet i Stavanger (NOR).
    Praksisfellesskap i endring i norsk grunnskole?: Læreres erfaringer med tverrfaglig samarbeid om elevers faglige og sosiale mestring2023In: Nordisk tidsskrift for pedagogikk og kritikk, E-ISSN 2387-5739, Vol. 9, p. 215-233Article in journal (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    Based on political and professional guidelines to strengthened interdisciplinary collaboration in schools, the purpose of the study was to explore teachers’ experiences with practices of interdisciplinarity in an ongoing project including all primary and secondary schools in a medium-sized Norwegian municipality. Research methods included online forms with quantitative and qualitative questions related to exploring teachers’ experiences. The results of the study give implications to development in the national project A team around the teacher. The results highlight the multitude of teachers’ collaborative relationships, as well as the variation related to teachers’ role and duration in the project. The results of the study show that increased presence and support from the educational psychological service (PPT) and public health nurses in teachers’ everyday work, as well as the establishment of school-wise, interdisciplinary teams (lag), contribute developing communities of practice with more relevant support for academic and social coping for individual pupils. The results of the study are discussed using systems theories. Interdisciplinary collaboration is explored as social support in the teachers’ community of practice and as co-creation at system level. The conclusion points to challenges linked to different interdisciplinary collaborative practices between schools and teachers’ negotiation of the project’s knowledge base, which challenges the management of the development work in the project.

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