The Children’s Grief and Grieving in Institutional Early Childhood Education research project produces new information on how children’s grief can be understood, met and processed in various early childhood contexts.
Docent, University Lecturer Saila Poulter, email@example.com
The Perspectives on Partially Integrated Worldview Education project examines partially integrated worldview education at lower secondary schools in the Helsinki Metropolitan Area as well as the implementation of worldview dialogue education.
University Lecturer Marjaana Kavonius, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Peace Education in Schools project examines ways to include peace education as part of teaching in all subjects.
Doctoral Researcher Heidi Rautionmaa, email@example.com
Doctoral Researcher Selja Koponen, firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor Arto Kallioniemi, email@example.com
Creating Spaces for Diversity of Worldviews in Early Childhood Education was a development project related to early childhood education teachers’ professional competence, teacher training and worldview education pedagogy.
The KUPERA project conducted research on and produced material for cultural, worldview and language awareness in education.
The 21st Century Skills, Multiple Literacies and Developing RE Teacher Education project was a research-based project investigating future teacher requirements from the perspective of 21st century skills.
The Human Rights, Democracy, Values and Dialogue in Education project investigated how the targeted learning outcomes in democracy and human rights education can be promoted in teacher training.
Growing up radical? project investigated how educational institutions could support the construction of positive and democratic worldviews in a way that would prevent violent attitudes and polarisation.