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Reforms and Innovations in Estonian Education


Jaan Mikk, Marika Veisson and Piret Luik

Contents: Viive-Riina Ruus/Imbi Henno/Eve Eisenschmidt/Krista Loogma/Helle Noorväli/Priit Reiska/Sirje Rekkor: Reforms, Developments and Trends in Estonian Education during Recent Decades – Sulev Alajõe/Jüri Ginter: Educational Reform in a Small Country: The Case of Estonia – Karin Lukk/Monica Sakk/Marika Veisson: Parents’ Beliefs about Home-School Partnership: Rethinking the Parental Involvement Paradigm – Anita Kärner: Doctoral Supervision: Towards New Concepts and Dilemmas – Eve Eisenschmidt/Katrin Poom-Valickis/Tuuli Oder: Supporting Novice Teachers’ Professional Development: Monitoring the Induction Year Experience in Estonia – Inge Timoštšuk/Helle Sikka: Identity Statements of Student Teachers in the Initial Stage of Teacher Training Characterizing Environmental, Cognitive and Relationship Mechanisms – Piret Luik/Hasso Kukemelk: Teachers’ Understanding of Learning and Teaching – Edgar Krull: Models of Instruction as Tools for Analyzing Lessons – Heiki Krips: Teachers’ Behaviours in Forms 5 to 9 and Forms 10 to 12 Classrooms – Aino Ugaste/Tiia Õun/Maire Tuul: Implementation of a Child-centred Approach in Post-Socialist Society – Edna Vahter: Aspects of Assessment in Visual Art Education in Primary School – Airi Kukk/Leida Talts: How do Teachers Assess the Achievement of Learning Objectives by Children of 6 to 10 Years of Age.