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Researcher of the month: Çiğdem Haser


In the researcher of the month series by the Center for Research on Learning and Instruction (CERLI), Professor Çiğdem Haser takes the spotlight for April. Her recent article, published in Research in Mathematics Education, investigates metaphors used by pre-service mathematics teachers to describe their current and future roles as educators.

University of Turku most popular university in Finland in spring's second joint application round


The University of Turku was the most popular university in this spring’s second joint application round for the Finnish-language degree programmes which ended on 27 March 2024. The total number of applicants to the University's Finnish-language degree programmes was 31,824, which is also the highest number of applicants ever to the University of Turku. The previous applicant record from 2021 (31,511) was broken in the last hour of the application round.

Researcher of the month: Mari Siipola


CERLI, Centre for Research on Learning and Instruction, and CELE, Centre for Research on Lifelong Learning and Education, present one researcher each month. In March it is CELE's doctoral researcher Mari Siipola’s turn.

Research Centre for Culture and Health Seminar


16.1.2024 at 14.00 - 16.00
Research Centre for Culture and Health Seminar January 16, 14:00-16:00 EET Literature, Anthropology and Pain Anna Ovaska, Tampere University “Reading Chronic Pain: Narrative and (In)Visibility” Henni Alava, Tampere University “Finnish Sisu, Finnish Pain: What (if anything) is Culturally Specific in...

Returning Finland to the top of education

The Advisory Board of the Faculty of Education has summarised the goal of its term until the end of 2025 "Retrning Finland to the top of education. This goal is being pursued in extensive cooperation with the various actors in the faculty and the alumni committee.

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