Invite an American Teacher to Visit Your School
The Fulbright Roving Scholar Program brings American teachers to Norway to travel throughout the country giving presentations for teachers and students in lower and upper secondary schools.
Thanks to generous support from the Norwegian Ministry of Education and Research, Roving Scholars visit schools free of charge.
Their workshops address a variety of topics including the U.S. government, culture, teaching strategies, and the American
teenage experience. Three Roving Scholars are available to visit your school during the 2012-13 school year.
Judith Franzak is the 2012-13 Roving Scholar for the lower secondary schools (ungdomsskolen). She is an Associate Professor in the Department of Curriculum & Instruction at New Mexico State University. Click here for more information about what Franzak has to offer and how to get in touch with her.
Paul Bredeson is a 2012-13 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 Professor of Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis at the University of Wisconsin.. To find out more about Bredeson's workshops and how to request a visit from him, please click here.
Ann Mulhearn is a 2012-13 Roving Scholar for the upper secondary schools (videregåendeskolen). She is a college-level instructor of American history with almost twenty years of experience. Click here to find out more about bringing Mulhearn to your school.