The Book BundleSale! 50,00€) (Price excluding tax
If you want to know more about Finnish education, check out these books! The book bundle includes two books: Finnish Education in Practice: What, Why and How, and Phenomenal Learning from Finland.
Finnish Education in Practice: What, Why and How is a practice-oriented insight into Finnish education. It combines the overall description of key topics of education in Finland (what), the rationale behind the typical features of Finnish education (why) as well as practical examples of how these undertakings are implemented in everyday schoolwork (how).
Phenomenal Learning from Finland by professor Kirsti Lonka presents Finland's path to 21st century competences and the exciting concept of phenomenon-based learning as part of the new curriculum.
Teachers around the world have been struggling with distance teaching. Many of us were thrown to deliver our classes distantly without proper preparation or training for it. During these challenging times we have learned a lot. But many teachers are also deeply concerned how much students are actually learning when […]Read More
Assessment Beyond Tests – online webinar60,76€
The webinar gives a fresh approach to student assessment with a twist of Finnish assessment expertise. It introduces a variety of assessment methods for understanding the process of learning, acquiring learning data, and measuring the development of 21st century skills.
The webinar is ideal for teachers who want to utilize assessment in supporting their students and in releasing their students’ full learning potential.
Phenomenal Learning from Finland33,00€ (Price excluding tax 30,00€)
The book Phenomenal Learning from Finland by professor Kirsti Lonka presents Finland's path to 21st century competences and the exciting concept of phenomenon-based learning as part of the new curriculum.
The way to globalization, digitalization, and automation is paved with many challenges shared by countries around the globe. The author states that the Finns will have to raise their valuable school system to a new level and standard. This calls for intensive reforms, both in teacher education and at school.
In addition to the broad-based competences central to the new Finnish curriculum, the book discusses the latest developments in education, innovative pedagogical methods, technologies in education, and new learning environments. The book Phenomenal Learning from Finland also challenges some of the urban legends associated with the curriculum reform.