Minna Torppa (OKL, autumn 2019 ja spring 2020)

tekijä: Ursula Anu Maria Kaari Viimeisin muutos tiistai 23. huhtikuuta 2019, 15.04
1. Reading, spelling, and math development and learning difficulties: a developmental approach; 2. Well-being and learning motivation; 3. The role of family in child well-being, learning motivation, and skill development; 4. Adult-age outcomes of learning difficulties; 5. ReadDrama - Lukuteatterin vaikuttavuus lukivaikeuskuntoutuksessa
1. Reading, spelling, and math development and learning difficulties: a developmental approach.
Description: How the skills develop from childhood to adulthood and what risk and supportive factors can be identified?

2. Well-being and learning motivation
Description: Can we identify risk and protective factors and are academic skills and learning difficulties associated with well-being and motivation?

3. The role of family in child well-being, learning motivation, and skill development
Description: Both genetic and environmental factors impacting learning can be examined (familial and twin datasets available).

4. Adult-age outcomes of learning difficulties
Description: Outcomes: adult-age skills, various well-being measures, educational and occupational paths.

5. ReadDrama - Lukuteatterin vaikuttavuus lukivaikeuskuntoutuksessa
Kuvaus: Aiheita mm. lukutaitojen ja lukumotivaation väliset yhteydet, luetun ymmärtäminen kognitiivisena toimintana
2. ohjaaja Jarkko Hautala, p. 0505895302, ,
Aineisto kuvaus: 1. Poikkileikkausaineisto (N=114) koskien 3-4. luokkalaisten oppilaiden teknistä lukutaitoa, ilmaisevaa lukutaitoa, luetun ymmärtämistä ja lukumotivaatiota. 2. Pilottiaineisto (N=22) lukuteatteriohjelman vaikuttavuudesta em. mittarein.

In this group students are encouraged to use the provided data. Most of the data (and supervisory skills) are in quantitative methods so quantitative methods are encouraged – except for the last theme (4), a part of the data are interviews and qualitative analysis is therefore also a possible approach.

Group starts: autumn 2019 / spring 2020

Supervisor: Minna Torppa,

Applicant’s degree programme can be one of the following:

  •     Special education
  •     Education and adult education
  •     Early childhood education
  •     Teacher education
  •     International students
Maximum number of supervised theses: 5