Team learning –

a valuable tool for the 21st century skills Learning in the Finnish high school has previously had a strong focus on the individual student and the Matriculation Examination. Learning and teaching both, have been lonely jobs. Today, there is a change towards more collaborative methods. In the autumn 2016 schools in Finland started to workJatka lukemista ”Team learning –”

Phenomenon Based Learning

Phenomenon Based learning (PhenoBL) was introduced in the Finnish Core Curriculum 2014. It is a form of webbed integration and thematic teaching. Different topics are studied from an interdisciplinary perspective. One could also argue that it is one type of a Content Based Instruction (CBI) model or Problem Based learning (PBL) or Inquiry learning. TheJatka lukemista ”Phenomenon Based Learning”

Eleven facts about Finnish education

This post is a very brief introduction to Finnish education. I chose 11 facts which I feel describe our system the best. Later on I’ll write more about our schools and especially about collaboration, but this is to get you acquainted. One of the basic principles of Finnish education is that all people must haveJatka lukemista ”Eleven facts about Finnish education”