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Tradition and Innovation in Education


Edited By Airi Liimets, Marika Veisson, Pertti Kansanen and Edgar Krull

«Tradition and Innovation in Education» presents a number of articles that deal with topics as varied as outdoor education in Estonian kindergartens, student teacher lesson analysis skills, activities that bridge the theory-practice gap and the identity of academics in a changing university environment. In the light of PISA they also discuss how student awareness and the choice of different learning strategies explains the variation in reading proficiency. A user experience evaluation system is offered for pupils with profound intellectual and multiple disabilities, while living, learning and discovery learning is presented as an approach to violin studies for beginners. The volume takes a new look at creativity as being discussed too much and losing its meaning.
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Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Tradition and innovation in education / Veisson, Marika [and three others] (eds.). pages cm. — (Baltische Studien zur Erziehungs- und Sozialwissenschaft, ISSN 1434- 8748 ; Band 29) ISBN 978-3-631-66954-9 (print) — ISBN 978-3-653-06061-4 (e-book) 1. Educational change—Estonia. 2. Educational innovations—Estonia. I. Veisson, Marika, editor of compilation LA850.2.T73 2015 370.94798 dc23


The publication of the volume was supported by the European Social Fund Programme – Doctoral School of Educational Sciences ESF project no. 1.2.0401.09-0070. ISSN 1434-8748 ISBN 978-3-631-66954-9 (Print) E-ISBN 978-3-653-06061-4 (E-Book) DOI 10.3726/978-3-653-06061-4 © Peter Lang GmbH Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften Frankfurt am Main 2015 All rights reserved. Peter Lang Edition is an Imprint of Peter Lang GmbH.

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