The research profile of the School of Educational Sciences is tied to our study areas.
The main research areas in the School of Educational Sciences are:
- the capability of life-long learning, learning and society;
- identifying the learning human as the most important subject in educational philosophy, educational sciences, pedagogy, didactics and teacher education;
- the position of teachers and school leaders in society;
- teachers’ approach to learning and the sociocultural context of teaching;
- changes in the approach to learning and innovative learning environments;
- assessment of the changing learning and teaching culture in the context of the self-driven learner as well as the teacher;
- modelling, assessing and monitoring the changes in learning and teaching culture;
- professionalism of teachers;
- key competences;
- gender research;
- Estonian educational science history;
- next-generation digital learning environments and tools;
- new ICT-based methods to promote educational analytics and research dealing with education;
- inclusive education.