Widening horizons : a phenomenographic study of student teachers' conceptions of health education and its teaching and learning
Published inStudies in sport, physical education and health
PublisherUniversity of Jyväskylä
- Article I :Paakkari, L., Tynjälä, P. & Kannas, L. 2010. Student teachers’ ways of experiencing the objective of health education as a school subject: A phenomenographic research. Teaching and Teacher Education 26 (4), 941-948
- Article II: Paakkari, L., Tynjälä, P. & Kannas, L. 2010. Student teachers’ ways of experiencing the teaching of health education. Studies in Higher Education 35 (8), 905-920.
- Article III: Paakkari, L., Tynjälä, P. & Kannas, L. 2011. Critical aspects of student teachers’ conceptions of learning. Learning and Instruction 21 (6), 705-714.
- Article IV: Paakkari, L., Tynjälä, P., Villberg, J. & Kannas, L. 2011. The development and alignment of pedagogical conceptions of health education. (submitted for publication).
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