The LET research unit welcomes two new PhD students: Ahsen Cini and Tatiana Shubina. The new researchers will be involved in the CLEVER research project, developing their dissertations based on the
On the LET research seminar 3rd of April at 14.00-16.00 in KTK 311-312 Mwanakhamis Adam Ameir is presenting her dissertation manuscript entitled:
The LET research unit is organizing the open seminar “Multimodal data and multidisciplinary research on learning”, as part of the Gen Z project.
The project explores emotions in collaborative learning, particularly by observing and supporting emotion regulation in teacher education context.
New data about learning processes is currently being collected in LeaForum research facilities.
The LET team has the pleasure to welcome assistant professor Toni Rogat from Purdue University, USA (https://www
The first application period for the LET Master’s Programme starting in autumn 2017 has ended. We got 187 applications, more than ever!
In September 25-26 the LET team has the pleasure to welcome prof. Michael Baker and Francoise Detienne from the University of Telecom-Paristech to Oulu. Prof.
In the following week(s), the LET team will be priviledged to have three research visitors, PhD students Aishah Bakhtiar (University of Victoria, Canada), Kayley Lyons and Nikki Lobczowski (Univers
Finnish Science Academy, Research Council for Culture, granted PhD Jonna Malmberg's post-doctoral research project ”When does strategic learning matter? Temporal analysis on high school students’ regulated learning in science”
The project aims to identify what self-regulatory processes are needed for learning success in individual and collaborative learning.
LET koordinoi uutta opettajankoulutuksen kehittämishanketta: Opettajat oppimistaitojen ja digipedagogiikan kehittäjäyhteisöissä – OpenDigi.
During the last weekend the University of Oulu celebrated its 10th Conferment Ceremony.
As a part of the LET collaboration with colleagues from the University of Tartu, Estonia, the LET is pleased to have a new research visitor, Külli Kori.
The EmReg project, which focuses on investigating pupils’ emotion regulation as a part of self-regulated learning process and was launched last Autumn in LET, has now got a great start also in term
The 17th Biennial EARLI Conference will be held in the University of Tampere, Finland, at the end of August with a theme "Education in the crossroads of economy and politics – Role
The first pilot of the EU-funded Innostava -project is now up and running.
The first EARLI SIG27 conference with a theme Processes matter – Measures, Analysis and Applications for Tracing Learning will take place in the University of Oulu on the 29th of November – 1st of
New LET students have arrived in Oulu! In LET 2016-2018 study group, we have 17 students from 12 different countries. Congratulations to all new students!
The LET team is happy to have two new team members this Autumn:
The LET team is honored to welcome Dr. Deborah Pino-Pasternak to visit the University of Oulu on 15th-19th of August.
Assistant professor Hanna Järvenoja has received funding from Academy of Finland for a research project studying secondary school pupils' emotion regulation (EmReg).
Arttu Mykkänen defended his doctoral thesis on 29th of April. The topic of the thesis was: Young children’s success in learning situations – actions, views and appraisals in learning contexts.
LET-team is participating in a new research project with researchers from Oulu school of architecture. The project has now received funding from EAKR Council of Oulu region.