I have graduated from Tallinn University as a German philologist and German teacher, worked in several schools in Tallinn as a German and French teacher and received in 2015 a doctoral degree in educational sciences. I am employed by Tallinn University since 2016 as a lecturer and since 2020 as an associate professor of curriculum theory. I have taught classes on curriculum theory and development, research methods, educational sciences and theories of social change. Since 2021 I am the convenor of the educational sciences master's program. I was elected to the university senat as a representative of the academic staff for the period of 2020-2023.

Areas of research

Educational changes in curricula and discourses, curriculum theory, comparative educational research, teacher autonomy and agency, student agency, comparative study of Estonian and Russian schools in Estonia