Roving Scholars 2014-15

Roving Scholars 2014-15

The Fulbright Roving Scholar Program brings American teachers to Norway to spend an academic year travelling throughout the country giving presentations, seminars and lectures for teachers and students in lower and upper secondary schools. Thanks to generous support from the Norwegian Ministry of Education and Research, the Rovers can offer their services to schools free of charge. The Roving Scholars are prepared to address a broad variety of topics and teaching strategies; as they try to share a sense of the form and content of the American teaching experience, they are also here to learn as much as they can from their Norwegian colleagues. This is a unique cross-cultural opportunity for Norwegian teachers to invite an American teacher into the classroom! Below are profiles and course offerings of the 2014-15 US Roving Scholars to Norway.

 

Sarah Dougher is the 2014-15 Roving Scholar for the lower secondary schools (ungdomsskolen). She is an adjunct assistant professor of Women's Studies at Portland State University in Oregon. Click here for more information about what Sarah has to offer and how to get in touch with her.

 

Lud Baldwin is a 2014-15 Roving Scholar for the upper secondary schools (videregåendeskolen) though he will also be available for some workshops in the lower secondary schools (ungdomsskolen). He is a teacher at Kingswood Oxford School in Connecticut. To find out more about Lud's workshops and how to request a visit from him, please click here.

 

Heather Bandeen is a 2014-15 Roving Scholar for the upper secondary schools (videregåendeskolen). She is a faculty member in the department of education at Inver Hills Community College in Minnesota. Click here to find out more about bringing Heather to your school.

A little preparation can go a long way. Please see our Host Guidelines: Planning for a Successful Visit for tips about making a Roving Scholar visit as beneficial as possible.