Crown Prince Haakon and Princess Mette-Marit opened a center for learning in Drammen

Crown Prince Haakon and Crown Princess Mette-Marit was Monday in Drammen to open a new national knowledge center for develop and disseminate knowledge about strength-based learning. 16 September 2014

Le Prince Haakon et la Princesse Mette-Marit à Drammen Hier, le Prince Haakon et la Princesse Mette-Marit se sont rendus à Drammen pour ouvrir un nouveau centre de compétence.
Le Prince Haakon et la Princesse Mette-Marit à DrammenHier, le Prince Haakon et la Princesse Mette-Marit se sont rendus à Drammen pour ouvrir un nouveau centre de compétence.
Crown Prince Haakon and Crown Princess Mette-Marit was Monday in Drammen to open a new national knowledge center for develop and disseminate knowledge about strength-based learning.
Strength-based learning is a mindset where you're looking up people's talents and strengths.
The method used is called Appreciative Inquiry (AI) and is based on positive psychology. The method has been used by project Work Institute in Buskerud (AIB), which receives support from Kronprinsparets Fund.
Strength-based learning is a mindset where you're looking up people's talents and strengths.

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