Helsinki University was recently honored to host the visit of the educational psychologist, professor emeritus Lee S. Shulman from Stanford University. The lecture was a part of Helsinki University’s 375th anniversary celebrations. Shulman held an inspiring keynote titled ”Teaching and Learning in an Unscripted World: Pedagogy, Purpose and Assessment at the Heart of the Scholarship […]
The doctoral dissertation by Mette Ranta focused on young Finnish adults’ personal financial situation and individual agency across young adulthood and their concurrent and longitudinal effects on key developmental tasks related to career and social relations as well as life satisfaction development. The separate studies analyzed transitions of 18–25-year-olds in the context of the global economic downturn that has been taking place since 2008.