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  DISSERTATIONES PEDAGOGICAE UNIVERSITATIS TARTUENSIS 9  DISSERTATIONES PEDAGOGICAE UNIVERSITATIS TARTUENSIS 9 KRISTA UIBU Teachers’ roles, instructionalapproaches and teaching practicesin the social-cultural context  Institute of Education, Faculty of Social Sciences and Education, University of Tartu, EstoniaDissertation is accepted for the commencement of the degree of Doctor of Philosophy (in Pedagogy) on August 10, 2010, by the Doctoral Committee for awarding doctoral degrees in education, University of TartuSupervisor: Eve Kikas, PhD, Professor, University of Tartu, EstoniaOpponents: Pertti Kansanen, PhD, Professor Emeritus, University of Helsinki, FinlandAino Ugaste, PhD, Professor, University of Tallinn, EstoniaCommencement: September 29, 2010ISSN 1406–1317ISBN 978–9949–19–449–0 (trükis)ISBN 978–9949–19–450–6 (PDF)Autoriõigus: Krista Uibu, 2010Tartu Ülikooli Kirjastuswww.tyk.eeTellimus nr 406  5 CONTENTS LIST OF ORIGINAL PUBLICATIONS ....................................................... 61. INTRODUCTION ..................................................................................... 71.1. The social-cultural circumstances   and changes in the pedagogicalcontext of Estonia .............................................................................. 81.2. Conceptions of the teacher’s role, instructional approaches andteaching practices .............................................................................. 91.3. Effective roles, approaches and practices in kindergarten and primary school education .................................................................. 102. AIMS OF THE STUDY ........................................................................... 123. METHODS ................................................................................................ 133.1. Participants ........................................................................................ 133.2. Instruments and data analyses ........................................................... 134. RESULTS AND DISCUSSIONS ............................................................. 155. GENERAL DISCUSSION ........................................................................ 185.1. Limitations ........................................................................................ 205.2. Strengths ............................................................................................ 215.3. Conclusions ....................................................................................... 21ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS ........................................................................... 24REFERENCES ............................................................................................... 25SUMMARY IN ESTONIAN ......................................................................... 30ORIGINAL PUBLICATIONS ....................................................................... 33CURRICULUM VITAE ................................................................................ 110
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