Teachers’ Implicit Meaning Systems and Their Implications for Pedagogical Thinking and Practice: A Case Study from Finland

@article{Rissanen2018TeachersIM,
  title={Teachers’ Implicit Meaning Systems and Their Implications for Pedagogical Thinking and Practice: A Case Study from Finland},
  author={Inkeri Rissanen and E. Kuusisto and Eija Hanhim{\"a}ki and Kirsi Tirri},
  journal={Scandinavian Journal of Educational Research},
  year={2018},
  volume={62},
  pages={487 - 500}
}
ABSTRACT This qualitative case study examines teachers’ implicit meaning systems built around their core beliefs on the malleability of human qualities. Previous research has demonstrated the influence of students’ implicit theories on motivation and achievement and has presented successful interventions for students. However, research on teachers’ implicit theories and, in particular, their actualization in natural environments is lacking. The data for this study include observations and… Expand
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