Posts Tagged ‘innovation’

EduCare – Holistic Approach to Education in Finland

One of the greatest innovations in Finnish education is free and nutritious school lunches. In fact, in 1948, Finland became the first country to require all primary schools to serve pupils a free daily hot meal. If kids don’t eat properly, they can not concentrate well on their school work. Furthermore, school lunches provide many great…

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Finnish Education 2.0 online – What, why and how?

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  A brief introduction to what Finnish education 2.0 is and how and why educators can learn more about it online. Hope you find the presentation inspiring!   ALO Finland – Finnish Education 2.0 from ALO Finland   You can find more information about the courses and also join them here: ALO Finland online courses…

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Finnish Education – Hundred Years of Happiness?

 Finland celebrated 100 years of Independence on 6.12.2017.   All the beautiful buildings were lit up blue in Helsinki, 100 flags were lifted up in front of the President’s Castle and Fireworks went off with Finlandia Symphony by a famous Finnish composer, Jean Sibelius.   Has Finnish education always been a success? Has it been…

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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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