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MoLeWe Presentations at the EARLI2021 Conference

The full EARLI2021 and JURE2021 conference programmes have been published!

MoLeWe researchers will give several interesting presentations covering topics related to students' temperament, motivation, learning, well-being, perfectionism, and mathematics performance and anxiety, as well as teachers’ work engagement and burnout. The studies investigate these topics among children and youth of different ages and from various educational contexts; from school-beginners to young adults (elementary school, secondary school, and higher education students) and even teachers.

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The overview of our presentations can be found below.

We will present our latest research both at JURE and EARLI. The overview of our presentations can be found below. Follow our presentations at the EARLI conference and/or contact us for more information. Looking forward to seeing you at the online EARLI conference in August 2021!

NB: All times are Central European Summer Time (CEST).

Presentations at the JURE2021 Conference

18/08/2021 at 10:15 - Session A: 1

Developing and Validating Preschoolers’ Early Numeracy Teacher Rating Scale (TRS-EN)

Terhi Vessonen, Anna Widlund, Airi Hakkarainen, & Pirjo Aunio

18/08/2021 at 11:30 - Session B: 4

Perfectionism, achievement striving, and academic well-being during upper secondary education

Anna Kuusi, Markku Niemivirta, Petri Ihantola, & Heta Tuominen

20/08/2021 at 11:30 - Session H: 1

University students' remote learning experiences, motivation and well-being during Covid-19 pandemic

Henriikka Juntunen, Heta Tuominen, Jaana Viljaranta, Riikka Hirvonen, Auli Toom, & Markku Niemivirta

Presentations at the EARLI2021 Conference

23/08/2021 at 10:45 - Session A: 9

Concurrent and longitudinal relations between mathematics anxiety and performance in Grade 1 and 2

Riikka Mononen, Markku Niemivirta, Johan Korhonen, Marcus Lindskog, & Anna Tapola

23/08/2021 at 14:30 - Session C: 9

Gender and temperament differences in task avoidance during the transition to lower secondary school

Riikka Hirvonen, Jaana Viljaranta, & Noona Kiuru

23/08/2021 at 17:30 - Session E: 2

Teachers’ work engagement and burnout profiles

Anni Holmström, Marjaana Veermans, & Heta Tuominen

24/08/2021 at 09:00 - Session G: 1

Introducing a dynamic situated expectancy-value model of moment-to-moment developmental dynamics

Julia Moeller, Jaana Viljaranta, Asko Tolvanen, & Julia Dietrich

25/08/2021 at 15:45 - Session N: 2

Mutual relationships between the levels of and changes in interest and self-efficacy during a task

Markku Niemivirta, Katariina Nuutila, Anna Tapola, Heta Tuominen, & Gyongyver Molnar

26/08/2021 at 09:00 - Session Q: 6

Profiles of mathematical skills and motivation among first grade students

Heta Tuominen, Markku Niemivirta, Johan Korhonen, Anna Tapola, & Riikka Mononen

26/08/2021 at 12:00 - Session R: 10

The effects of situational interest and task effort on eighth-graders' math test performance

Anna Tapola, Maximilian Knogler, & Markku Niemivirta

26/08/2021 at 18:45 - Session V: 15

Connections between temperament, perfectionism, and well-being at school

Anna Rawlings, Anna Tapola, Heta Tuominen, & Markku Niemivirta

27/08/2021 at 12:00 - Session X: 17

Validity of an online dyscalculia screener for grades 3 to 9

Pekka Räsänen, Pirjo Aunio, Anu Laine, Airi Hakkarainen, Eija Väisänen, Jonatan Finell, Teemu Rajala, Mikko-Jussi Laakso, & Johan Korhonen

27/08/2021 at 12:00 - Session X: 17

The SYmbolic Magnitude Processing Test (SYMP-Test). A validation in Belgium and Finland

Bert De Smedt, Johan Korhonen, & Pirjo Aunio

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