The implications of teachers’ implicit theories for moral education: A case study from Finland

@article{Rissanen2018TheIO,
  title={The implications of teachers’ implicit theories for moral education: A case study from Finland},
  author={Inkeri Rissanen and E. Kuusisto and Eija Hanhim{\"a}ki and Kirsi Tirri},
  journal={Journal of Moral Education},
  year={2018},
  volume={47},
  pages={63 - 77}
}
Abstract Implicit theories concerning the malleability of human qualities are known to have a powerful impact on motivation and learning, but their role in moral education is an under-researched topic. In this qualitative case study, we examined the impact of implicit theories on four Finnish teachers’ practices of teaching morally and in teaching morality. The data include preliminary and stimulated recall interviews (STR) as well as classroom observations. Our results demonstrate the multiple… Expand
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