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Eve Kikas, Aaro Toomela

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Eesti Haridusteaduste Ajakirja teises erinumbris käsitletakse arengut ja õppimist laias vanusevahemikus alates esimese klassi õpilastest ja lõpetades õpetajakoolituse üliõpilastega. Uurimise all on õpetajate uskumused ja tegevused ning õpilaste arenguvaldkonnad. Tööde teoreetilise aluse moodustab sotsiaalkultuuriline käsitlusviis, mille kohaselt eeldatakse, et areng ja õppimine on komplekssed – erinevate arenguvaldkondade näitajad mõjutavad üksteist vastastikku, olles omakorda seotud keskkonnanäitajatega. Uurimused on pikilõikelised, analüüsitud on nii õpilase kui ka õpetajaga seotud näitajaid, peale variaablikesksete analüüside on kasutatud ka indiviidikeskseid analüüsimeetodeid. Uurimused peegeldavad Eesti kooli ja ülikooli hetkeolukorda ning loodetavasti ärgitavad lugejaid mõtlema, mida ja kuidas edasi uurida, samuti annavad ideid, mida õpetamisel kasutada.

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