Affiliated researchers

Affiliated researchers are colleagues who apply a similar broad theoretical framework as CRADLE and with whom the CRADLE has long-term collaborative relations.

Bodrožić, Zlatko, PhD
Researcher at the Institute of Psychology,
University of Belgrade

Cassandre, Marcio, Docent (assistant professor)
Universidade Estadual de Maringá (Brazil)

Hakkarainen, Pentti, Professor / Homepage
Research Center for Developmental Teaching and Learning,
University of Oulu

Helle, Merja, PhD
University of Art and Design Helsinki

Hyysalo, Sampsa, PhD, Associate Professor
(Co-design), Aalto School of Art/ Homepage

Irrmann, Olivier, PhD
Finnish Institute for Educational Research
University of Jyväskylä

Jansson, Satu-Mari, PhD
Theatre-based trainer

Kaatrakoski Heli, PhD
The Open University, University of Helsinki

Kangasoja, Jonna, MA, PhD candidate/ Homepage
Researcher at the Center for Urban and Regional Studies
Aalto University

Kantola, Tarja, PhD
Principal Lecturer
Laurea University of Applied Sciences

Koistinen, Kirsti, PhD
Researcher and Consultant

Koli, Annarita, MSc, PhD Elo Mutual Pension Insurance Company

Korvela, Pirjo, PhD / Homepage
Doctoral Assistant at the Department of Home Economics and Craft Science, University of Helsinki

Kuutti, Kari, Professor
Laboratory of Human-computer Interaction and Group Technology, University of Oulu

Lambert, Pirjo, PhD, Docent (Adjunct Professor)
HAAGA-HELIA University of Applied Sciences

Launis, Kirsti, PhD, Docent (Adjunct Professor)
Team Leader / Work Development Team
Finnish Institute of Occupational Health

Lehenkari, Janne, PhD
HEINE - The Network for Higher Education and Innovation Research
University of Helsinki

Magakian, Jean-Louis PhD / Brief CV
Senior Lecturer of Strategic Management, St. Etienne School of Management

Mäkitalo, Jorma, PhD
Director of Research and Development

Mäntysalo, Raine, Professor / Homepage
Center for Urban and Regional Studies
Aalto University

Niemelä, Anna-Liisa, PhD
City of Helsinki

Seppänen, Laura, PhD
Special Researcher
Finnish Institute of Occupational Health

Toiviainen Hanna, PhD, Associate Professor (Adult Education), School of Education, University of Tampere

Tuomi-Gröhn, Terttu, Professor Emerita
Department of Home Economics and Craft Science,
University of Helsinki

Töyry, Maija, Professor
University of Art and Design Helsinki


Recent Publications

  • Kaatrakoski, H., Littlejohn, A. & Hood, N. Learning challenges in higher education: an analysis of contradictions within open educational practice. High Educ (2016). doi:10.1007/s10734-016-0067-z Publication>>

  • Kaatrakoski, H., & Lahikainen, J., "What We Do Every Day Is Impossible": Managing Change by Developing a Knotworking Culture in an Academic Library, The Journal of Academic Librarianship (2016), Publication>>

  • Kajamaa, A. & Lahtinen, P. (2016). Carnivalization as a new mode of collaboration. Journal of Workplace Learning, Vol. 28 Iss 4 pp. 188 - 205. DOI Publication>>

  • Sannino,A., Engeström, Y. & Lemos, M. (2016). Formative Interventions for Expansive Learning and Transformative Agency, Journal of the Learning
    DOI: 10.1080/10508406.2016.1204547 Publication>>
  • Sannino, A., Engeström Y. & Lahikainen, J. (2016). The dialectics of authoring expansive learning: tracing the long tail of a Change Laboratory. Journal of Workplace Learning, Vol. 28 Iss 4 pp. 245 - 26 Publication>>
  • Engeström, Y. & Sannino, A. (2016). Expansive learning on the move: insights from ongoing research / El aprendizaje expansivo en movimiento: aportaciones de la investigación en curs. Journal for the Study of Education and Development/ Infancia y Aprendizaje Publication >>
  • Rantavuori, J., Engeström, Y., & Lipponen, L. (2016). Learning actions, objects and types of interaction: A methodological analysis of expansive learning among pre-service teachers. Frontline Learning Research, 4(3), 1-27. Publication >>
  • Korpela, J., Miettinen, R., Salmikivi , T., & Ihalainen, J. 2015. The challenges and potentials of utilizing building information modeling in facility management. The case of the Center for Property and facilities of the University of Helsinki. Construction Management and Economies 33(1), 3-17. Publication >>
  • Kerosuo, H., Miettinen, R., Paavola, S., Mäki, T. & Korpela, J. 2015. Challenges of the expansive use of Building Information Modeling in construction projects. Production 25(2), 289-297.Publication >>
  • Miettinen, R., Tuunainen, J. & E.   Esko (2015).  Epistemological, Artefactual and Interactional–Institutional Foundations of Social Impact of Academic Research. Minerva 53(3), 257-277 Publication >>
  • Sannino, A. (2015). The principle of double stimulation: A path to volitional action. Learning, Culture, and Social Interaction, 6, 1-15. Publication >>
  • Sannino, A. (2015). Double stimulation in the waiting experiment with collectives. Integrative Psychological and Behavioral Science. DOI: 10.1007/s12124-015-9324-4 Publication >>
  • Sannino, A. & Vainio, J. (2015). Gendered hegemony and its contradictions among Finnish university physicists. Gender and Education. DOI:10.1080/09540253.2015.1045455 Publication >>
  • Kerosuo H., Miettinen, R., Paavola S., & Mäki T., (2015). Challenges of the expansive1 use of Building ­Information Modeling (BIM) in construction projects. Production Journal, vol.25, n.2, p.289-297, 2015 Publication >>
  • Engeström Y., Kajamaa A., Lahtinen P. & Sannino A. (2015). Toward a Grammar of Collaboration, Mind, Culture, and Activity, 22:2, 92-111, DOI:10.1080/10749039.2015.1024326 Publication >>
  • Schulz, K-P., Kajamaa, A. & Kerosuo, H. (2015). Creating innovative work practices through reflexive interventions. International Journal of Work Innovation 1 (2): 143 - 160. DOI: 10.1504/IJWI.2015.071193 Publication >>
  • Seppänen, L. (2015). Review of 'Collaborative projects: an interdisciplinary study'. Book edited by Andy Blunden. Outlines - Critical Practice Studies, 16(1), 93-97. Publication >>
  • Vänninen I., Pereira-Querol M., Engeström Y. (2015). Generating transformative agency among horticultural producers: An activity-theoretical approach to transforming Integrated Pest Management Original Research Article. Agricultural Systems, Volume 139, October 2015, Pages 38-49 Publication >>
  • Kerosuo, H. (2015). BIM-based collaboration across organizational and disciplinary boundaries through knotworking. 8th Nordic Conference on Construction Economics and Organization. Procedia Economics and Finance, 21, 201-208.Publication >>
  • Mäki, T. (2015) Multi-disciplinary discourse on design-related issues in construction site meetings. 8th Nordic Conference on Construction Economics and Organization. Procedia Economics and Finance, 21, 231-238. Publication >>
  • Mäki, T. and Kerosuo, H. (2015) Site managers' daily work and the uses of building information modelling in construction site. Construction Management and Economics, published on line 5 May, 2015. Publication >>

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