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Teachers' Perceptions of Moral Dilemmas at School.
This article discusses the importance of professional morality in teachers' everyday work at school. Different aspects of morality are explored in the framework of the ethos model identified by FritzExpand
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Teachers’ Knowledge of Curriculum Integration: A Current Challenge for Finnish Subject Teachers
The purpose of this chapter is to explore and analyze the kind of knowledge curriculum integration (CI) required of teachers and how teacher education should be developed to prepare teachers betterExpand
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The last 40 years in Finnish teacher education
This article sets out to identify and discuss the changes that have taken place in Finnish teacher education during the last 40 years (1974–2014). A brief history of teacher education in Finland isExpand
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Adolescents' implicit theories predict desire for vengeance after peer conflicts: correlational and experimental evidence.
Why do some adolescents respond to interpersonal conflicts vengefully, whereas others seek more positive solutions? Three studies investigated the role of implicit theories of personality inExpand
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Teachers' Pedagogical Thinking: Theoretical Landscapes, Practical Challenges
Teachers' Pedagogical Thinking challenges teachers and teacher educators to consider teachers' work from various points of view. The most recent research on teachers' thinking is used in building theExpand
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Student Perceptions of Teacher Support and Competencies for Fostering Youth Purpose and Positive Youth Development: Perspectives From Two Countries
With the growing interest in the development of purpose in youth, one important role that requires attention is the school teacher. The current article explores student perceptions of the roleExpand
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Measuring Multiple Intelligences and Moral Sensitivities in Education
In this book, we introduce several sensitivity measures in educational contexts that can be used in research, education and self-evaluations. In Chapter 1 we discuss the framework of Howard Gardner‘sExpand
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A case study approach to study one teacher's moral reflection
Abstract In this paper, we present a case study approach to study one teacher's moral reflection. The theoretical framework is built on three philosophical and ethical reference points that theExpand
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Developing whole school pedagogical values—A case of going through the ethos of “good schooling”
Abstract In this paper, we investigate the content and structure of teachers’ pedagogical values. We have used the process of value clarification with 24 teachers to encourage them to recognize andExpand
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Care and Responsibility in 'The Best Interest of the Child': Relational voices of ethical dilemmas in teaching
This paper discusses ethical dilemmas in early childhood education as identified by kindergarten and elementary school teachers ( n = 26). Ethical dilemmas are investigated in the theoreticalExpand
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