Antti Juvonen

Antti Juvonen
University of Eastern Finland | UEF · School of Applied Educational Science and Teacher Education

PhD

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Introduction
Antti Juvonen currently works at the School of Applied Educational Science and Teacher Education, University of Eastern Finland. Antti does research in Higher Education and Teacher Education. Their current project is 'Research of schoolchildrens' creative activities'.
Additional affiliations
July 2011 - July 2018
University of Eastern Finland
Position
  • Professor
Description
  • Professor, education especially in pedagogy of arts and Skills
July 1983 - May 2011
University of Eastern Finland
Position
  • Professor (Associate)
Description
  • Senior lecturer in music education

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Publications (22)
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The study investigates the connection between the motivation of prospective elementary teachers (n = 122) and the working in ViLLE learning environment during the mathematics pedagogy course. The data was collected using a questionnaire and ViLLE learning analytics. Eccles and Wigfield's Expectancy-value theory were used measuring students’ motivat...
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Purpose Schools have a significant role in ensuring children's wellbeing as children spend a lot of time at school. Students need to have an active role in their learning and an opportunity to participate in issues concerning wellbeing and studying. This research examines students' wellbeing in an innovative learning environment. The classroom is b...
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The Changing Face of Music and Art Education Music education yesterday, today, tomorrow: 10-year anniversary of CFMAE Journal Volume 10 - 2018 ISSN 2228-0715 ABSTRACT This research focuses on student teachers’ willingness to teach music. The base group consists of second-year students at the University of Eastern Finland (UEF) from the years 2015...
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The Changing Face of Music and Art Education Music education yesterday, today, tomorrow: 10-year anniversary of CFMAE Journal ISSN 2228-0715 Abstract This research focuses on finding out what defines a good music teacher from the points of view of sixth grade pupils and student teachers. The basic group of the research was formed by student teach...
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We examined how the emerging digital culture has affected magicians’ careers, the development of their expertise and the general practices of their professions. We used social network analysis (n=120) to identify Finland’s most highly regarded magicians (n=16) representing different generations. The participants were theme interviewed and also coll...
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Based on an expectancy-value theoretical framework and data (n = 1654) collected in 29 Finnish municipalities using a structured questionnaire, this study examines primary (grades 5-6), lower secondary (grades 7-9) and upper secondary (grades 10-12) students’ motivation in music and mathematics. It explores in detail the students’ interest in music...
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Tässä artikkelissa tarkastellaan sitä, millaisia eroja tyttöjen ja poikien välillä on uskonnon opiskelusta pitämisessä, kiinnostuksessa sitä kohtaan ja sen tärkeäk-si ja hyödylliseksi kokemisessa. Tutkimus liittyy laajaan kansainväliseen monen oppiaineen motivaatiotutkimushankkeeseen. Vastaajia oli yhteensä 1654 perus-koulun luokilta 5–9 sekä lukio...
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The purpose of the present investigation was to analyse interviews of highly regarded Finnish magicians. Social network analysis (N = 120) was used to identify Finland's most highly regarded magicians (N = 16). The selected participants' careers in professional magic and various aspects of their professional conduct were examined by relying on semi...
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This article reports the Finnish component of an international mapping exercise concentrating on students’ motivation to study music as compared to other school subjects. The study was based on expectancy-value theoretical framework, and the data was collected using a questionnaire. The questions focused on students’ competence beliefs, values and...
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Jimi Hendrix (1942–1970), the greatest innovator of electric guitar, made primitive, extremely powerful music, which was a turning point for psychedelic rock music.The authors investigated Hendrix's biography and music for hidden meanings, and analysed ballads about a mystic female figure. Hendrix compares the idealized mother figure to the Virgin...
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Stress is a well known problem that has received increasing amounts of both qualitative and quantitative research and attention over the past twenty years. This paper will attempt to explore the issue of stress from a specifically developmental and vocational perspective. Beginning with infancy, this paper explores issues salient to stress in the s...
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Summary: " ... also Johnny has a uniform, tribal clothes and hairdo ..." : the development of specific musical orientations in terms of musical self-concept, worldview, and musical taste. Väitösk. -- Jyväskylän yliopisto.
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This article focuses in conceptions of a group of kindergarten teachers and preschool teachers (n=38) working with children who are about to begin their school, which means that the children they teach are 6-7 years of age. The article is based on empiric research which was made in Helsinki University's teaching project in Finnish city Lahti in aut...

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I am planning a big research where I wish to include all pupils of the town Joensuu. The focus will be in the first level: mapping the creative activities which pupils have for example in facebook, twitter etc. Many of the pupils have projects between different countries, they play games, build new games, make music, compose songs etc. using the Internet joining them together.