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ERIC Number: ED537625
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2012
Pages: 161
Abstractor: ERIC
Reference Count: N/A
ISBN: ISBN-978-3-6316-2479-1
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Lifelong Learning and Teacher Development. Estonian Studies in Education. Volume 4
Mikk, Jaan, Ed.; Veisson, Marika, Ed.; Luik, Piret, Ed.
Peter Lang Frankfurt
The papers in this collection contribute to the understanding of several aspects of lifelong learning. Two papers highlight the characteristics of reflection among teachers including self-evaluation and blogging. Two other papers study cooperation in lifelong learning--one, the impact of communities on professional learning among university lecturers, and the other, teacher-principal-parent partnerships in early childhood education. Universities offer a variety of courses and one paper analyses the impact on students of a course in educational psychology. The experience of dilemmas in history teaching is described in the next paper, and the reading habits of Estonian adolescents according to the PISA study are analysed in the final paper. This book contains the following: (1) Taimalu: Blogging and Self-Evaluations on the Use of Reflection in Teacher Education (Karmen Kalk, Piret Luik, and Taimalu, Merle); (2) Awareness of the Reflection Process Among Teachers from Two Estonian Counties (Liina Lepp, Marvi Remmik, and Elina Reva); (3) The Impact of Communities of Practice on University. Teacher Professional Learning and Professional Identity (Anu Haamer, Mari Karm, and James E. Groccia); (4) Teacher-Principal-Parent Understandings of Partnership in Early Childhood Education: A Comparative Study (Silvi Suur and Marika Veisson); (5) The Role of Parents in Guiding Pre-School Children's Use of Computers and the Internet: Analyzing Perceptions of Estonian Children and Parents (Kristi Vinter and Andra Siibak); (6) Developmental Changes in Student Teachers' Conceptions of Learning and Teaching Resulting from Studying a Course in Educational Psychology (Edgar Krull and Ingrid Raudsepp); (7) Recognising Dilemmas in Teaching History--A Tool for Increasing Teacher Autonomy (Katrin Kello and Halliki Harro-Loit); (8) The Relationship Between Doctoral Student' Progress in Studies and Coping with Occupational and Family Responsibilities (Aivar Ots, Ali Leijen and Margus Pedaste); and (9) Reading Habits of Estonian Adolescents--A Basis for Lifelong Learning (Helin Puksand). (Contains 21 tables and 10 graphs.)
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Publication Type: Books; Collected Works - General
Education Level: Adult Education; Early Childhood Education; Elementary Secondary Education; Higher Education; Secondary Education
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Language: English
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Identifiers - Location: Estonia
Identifiers - Assessments and Surveys: Program for International Student Assessment