Teachers’ perceptions of gratitude in classroom interactions: A case study from Finland

@article{Berber2019TeachersPO,
  title={Teachers’ perceptions of gratitude in classroom interactions: A case study from Finland},
  author={Leonardo Cedillo Berber and E. Kuusisto and Kirsi Tirri},
  journal={International Journal of Learning, Teaching and Educational Research},
  year={2019},
  volume={18},
  pages={73-88}
}
  • Leonardo Cedillo Berber, E. Kuusisto, Kirsi Tirri
  • Published 2019
  • Psychology
  • International Journal of Learning, Teaching and Educational Research
  • Over the past two decades, gratitude as a scientific topic has been growing in interest. Little is known about its importance in educational environments and classroom interactions. The present article offers an account of a qualitative study that identifies gratitude as a moral value and uses stimulated recall methodology to explore the experience of gratitude in a school environment. Two first-grade teachers from an urban area of Finland were recorded during normal lessons. Deductive and… CONTINUE READING
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