Tiina Kujala

Tiina Kujala
Tampere University | UTA · Faculty of Education and Culture

PhD

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January 1986 - December 2017
Tampere University
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  • Lecturer

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Publications (22)
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Pandemics, like other global challenges, are unquestionably curricular issues. They are curriculum issues not only because of the disrupting consequences of Covid-19 and the economic and social crisis alike but also because people have, through their own activities, contributed to global catastrophes and perpetuated injustices. This article attempt...
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Liisa Hakala (Helsingin yliopisto), Tiina Kujala (Tampereen yliopisto) ja Tero Autio (Tampereen yliopisto) Symposiumin teemana on opetussuunnitelmatutkimus, Curriculum Studies. Kansainvälinen, monitieteinen, teoriaa ja käytäntöä integroiva opetussuunnitelmatutkimus tarjoaa tuoreita tapoja tarkastella subjektin ja maailman välistä suhdetta aikana,...
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In Finland, curriculum design is allegedly carried out through a deliberative process that involves various stakeholders, interest groups, experts and ordinary citizens. To facilitate participation in curriculum design, online crowdsourcing has been applied. The objective of this study is to explore to what extent the design process of the latest F...
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Finnish primary school curriculum
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Bloomsbury Education and Childhood Studies
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Transitions and signs of time in education. Perspectives on Curriculum Studies continues the discussion on curriculum, which began in 2017 in the first book on Curriculum Studies in Finnish. The 14 peer-reviewed articles following the introductory article are divided into four thematic sets, the common denominator of which is the concern about the...
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The silent, yet political body. Chasing for a competent body, mind and character in the global, market-oriented era This research paper suggests that there is a continuous need to extend understanding of how school and all school subjects participate in a process where the ideal citizen is constructed. The research question is as follows: How has s...
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ABSTRACT Ristimäki, E., Kuokkanen, J. & Kujala, T. 2019. Young athletes’ relationship to physical activity: The meanings attributed to physical activity by young athletes attending lower secondary school sports camps. Liikunta & Tiede 56 (1), xx–yy. Developing lower secondary sports schools has become a recent interest in Finnish elite sport system...
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The concept of embodiment is actual due to the National Core Curriculum for Basic Education implemented in autumn 2016, but has received little attention among Physical Education (PE) so far. In this article, our aim is to use the contribution of phenomenology to make the concept of embodiment clearer, that is, the body is understood as a subject c...
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Opetussuunnitelma on vahva koulutuspoliittinen väline, jolla koulun toimintaa ohjataan. Kansallinen opetussuunnitelma viestii yhteiskunnallista ja poliittista tahtotilaa ja eri intressiryhmien odotuksia koulua kohtaan. Opetussuunnitelman ymmärtäminen sekä asiakirjana että kompleksisena keskusteluavaruutena edellyttää tulkintaa. Ehdotamme artikkelis...
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Tero Autio, Liisa Hakala ja Tiina Kujala (Eds.) Curriculum Studies - Some discussions of school and teacher education Curriculum Studies (opetussuunnitelmatutkimus in Finnish) comprise an international, multidisciplinary academic approach to creating discursive spaces for restructuring of the historical, theoretical and organisational complexitie...
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The concept of embodiment emerged from the Finnish National Core Curriculum for Basic Education, which was implemented in the autumn of 2016; however, it has thus far received very little attention in the Physical Education (PE) literature. In this presentation, we use contributions from phenomenology to clarify the concept of embodiment. Here, the...
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Esitys on osa Opetussuunnitelmatutkimus-symposiumia Suomalainen koulutus- ja opetussuunnitelmapolitiikka on kuin ihmeen kaupalla välttynyt toistaiseksi muun maailman vallanneen ylikansallisen koulutuspolitiikan ajureilta: standardoinnilta, opettajien tilivelvollisuudelta ja koulutuksen yksityistämiseltä. Tämä ylikansallinen asetelma sisältää suora...
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Smart Campus Innovation Lab (SCIL) is a new idea to develop the brand new Tampere3 university consortium in Tampere area, Finland. In SCIL students work as experts in learning projects to develop operations, services and educational content of their own higher education institutions. This way SCIL produces a win-win situation, where both the studen...
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Opetusteknologiaa hyödynnetään yhä enemmän eri oppiaineiden opetuksessa ja myös liikunnan oppiaineessa on havahduttu teknolo- gian käytön vaatimukseen. Tästä huolimatta tutkimuksia siitä, kuinka opettajat tai opettajaopiskelijat suhtautuvat teknologian hyödyntämi- seen liikunnan oppiaineessa on olemassa niukasti. Tässä artikkelissa vastaamme tähän...
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The purpose of modern schooling and its curricula has originally been citizenship education based on the unity of nation-states. Also sports have played a significant role when constructing the nation-state, in this case the European and Nordic country of Finland. Nowadays a new practice of citizenship (post-national citizenship) goes beyond the pa...
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The three-year project is a collaboration with universities and circus schools from five partner countries. It is developing a curriculum for a Bachelor of Youth and Social Circus Pedagogy programme, which different European countries will be able to apply locally. The project is coordinated by Tampere University in partnership with Sorin Sirkus. The CARAVAN-International Youth and Social Circus Network is also responsible for the international coordination of the project.
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