Elina Kuusisto

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    Research areas

  • 516 Educational sciences - School pedagogy, Moral education, Purpose in life, Teacher education, Talent development, Cross-cultural studies
  • 614 Theology - Religious education

Description of research and teaching

Dr. Elina Kuusisto holds a Title of Docent at the University of Helsinki. She works as a Reseacher at the University of Tallinn, and she serves as a Co-coordinator of EARLI SIG 19 Religious and Spiritual Education.

Currently she is studying school pedagogy, more particularly moral and religious education, teachers’ moral competence, purposeful teaching, and talent development. Her purpose in life is to support one’s search for purpose and meaning through research and teaching.

 

 

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Latest publications

  1. Finnish and Iranian teachers’ views on their competence to teach purpose

    Kuusisto, E. P., Gholami, K. & Tirri, K. A. H. 2018 Education for purposeful teaching around the world. Tirri, K., Mariano, J. & Moran, S. (eds.). Routledge

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapterScientificpeer-review

  2. Finnish student teachers’ perceptions on the role of purpose in teaching

    Tirri, K. A. H. & Kuusisto, E. P. 2018 Education for purposeful teaching around the world. Tirri, K., Mariano, J. & Moran, S. (eds.). Routledge

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapterScientificpeer-review

  3. Kasvun ajattelutapa motivoi oppimaan

    Tirri, K. A. H., Kuusisto, E. P. & Laine, S. H. 2018 Motivaatio ja oppiminen. Salmela-Aro, K. (ed.). 1 ed. Helsinki: PS-kustannus, p. 65-76 11 p. (Oppiminen-sarja)

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Education

Docent of Education

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