Her primary scientific interests are in Higher education, Pedagogy, Mathematics education, Active learning and Teaching method. Her Higher education research includes elements of Curriculum, Professional writing and Social studies. When carried out as part of a general Mathematics education research project, her work on Concept learning, Academic writing and Note-taking is frequently linked to work in Creative writing, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study.
The Active learning study combines topics in areas such as Cooperative learning, Experiential learning and Educational psychology. Her studies deal with areas such as Educational technology, Project-based learning and Education theory as well as Experiential learning. In her study, Competence, Vocational education and Student learning is inextricably linked to Educational research, which falls within the broad field of Teaching method.
Her primary areas of investigation include Pedagogy, Higher education, Mathematics education, Professional development and Medical education. Vocational education, Teacher education, Teaching method, Experiential learning and Learning environment are among the areas of Pedagogy where the researcher is concentrating her efforts. In her research on the topic of Experiential learning, Educational psychology is strongly related with Active learning.
As part of the same scientific family, Päivi Tynjälä usually focuses on Higher education, concentrating on Competence and intersecting with Physical therapy. Mathematics education and Health education are frequently intertwined in her study. Within one scientific family, Päivi Tynjälä focuses on topics pertaining to Student learning under Medical education, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Academic achievement.
Her main research concerns Pedagogy, Higher education, Medical education, Professional development and Mathematics education. Her Pedagogy study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Social work and Communication skills. Her research integrates issues of Critical thinking, Curriculum and Competence in her study of Higher education.
Päivi Tynjälä combines subjects such as Self-efficacy and Intergenerational learning with her study of Medical education. Her Faculty development study in the realm of Professional development interacts with subjects such as Start up. Her work on Cooperative learning and Skill development as part of general Mathematics education research is often related to Ideal and Constructive, thus linking different fields of science.
Päivi Tynjälä spends much of her time researching Mathematics education, Higher education, Peer relationships, Cooperative learning and Skill development. Her study on Critical thinking is often connected to Practical implications as part of broader study in Mathematics education. Her research on Higher education focuses in particular on Educational development.
Her work deals with themes such as Peer group and Intergenerational learning, which intersect with Peer relationships. Her work carried out in the field of Cooperative learning brings together such families of science as Lifelong learning, Creativity, Thinking skills and Basic skills. Her Teaching method study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Teamwork and Medical education.
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Perspectives into learning at the workplace
Educational Research Review (2008)
Project-based learning in post-secondary education - theory, practice and rubber sling shots
Laura Helle;Laura Helle;Päivi Tynjälä;Erkki Olkinuora.
Higher Education (2006)
Towards expert knowledge? A comparison between a constructivist and a traditional learning environment in the university
International Journal of Educational Research (1999)
Toward a 3-P Model of Workplace Learning: a Literature Review
Vocations and Learning (2013)
Pedagogical perspectives on the relationships between higher education and working life
Päivi Tynjälä;Jussi Välimaa;Anneli Sarja.
Higher Education (2003)
E‐learning at work: theoretical underpinnings and pedagogical challenges
Päivi Tynjälä;Päivi Häkkinen.
Journal of Workplace Learning (2005)
Developing Education Students' Conceptions of the Learning Process in Different Learning Environments.
Learning and Instruction (1997)
Kartta kasvatustieteen maastosta
Hannu L. T Heikkinen;Rauno Huttunen;Katrin Niglas;Päivi Tynjälä.
Asiantuntijuus ja työkulttuurit opettajan ammatissa
Writing as a learning tool. An introduction
Päivi Tynjälä;Lucia Mason;Kirsti Lonka.
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