Posts Tagged ‘creativity’

Early Learning & Preschool Education – Child-centered & Playful Learning in Finland

Formal schooling in Finland does not begin until age 7 when children are ready and eager to learn. Childhood, play and playful learning are valued in Finnish education. There are no standardized testing or school inspectors continuously checking on the quality of teaching or the learning results. External inspection of teachers’ work and testing of students’ achievement…

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Learn from Finnish Education 2.0 Online

Always wanted to learn about Finnish education, but it’s too expensive and time-consuming to fly all the way to Finland? ALO Finland Digital teacher training courses introduce Finnish education and allow teachers to visit primary schools in Finland via photos, videos and text. Read and learn from research based pedagogy, the latest changes in the curriculum…

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Imagination, Creativity, Curiosity, Innovation, Education

Why do they say only sky is the limit, when a man can walk in the moon…  Why are creativity and curiosity so important? Why we should not just concentrate on academic subjects and good test results in schools? Because with knowledge we need to have creative and innovative minds, that can imagine and create…

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Finnish Education 2.0 – Teacher Autonomy, Creativity & Fun Learning

ALO Finland Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) introduces Innovative Pedagogy and EdTech in Finland. The emphasis is on the practical approach and solutions that can be repeated, benchmarked and further developed worldwide. Teachers can learn from the best practices in Finnish schools via videos, text and photos. Investment on teachers pays dividends for all stakeholders: children, parents, teachers, principals, school owners and nations.…

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Finnish Education 2.0 – Play, Creativity & Learning

What is the Secret Sauce behind Finnish students high scores in international tests such as PISA, TIMMS AND PIRLS? Formal schooling in Finland does not begin until age 7. Childhood, play and playful learning are valued highly in Finnish education. There are no standardized testing or school inspectors continuously checking on the quality of teaching or the learning…

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