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Learning goes forest

Sometimes we are asked “how many forest do you have?” Well, one. A bit exaggerated the whole Finland is actually one big forest with lakes and some houses here and there. Even in cities, forest and nature are normally not that far away. So, it is no wonder that our

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It´s feedback time!

It is wonderful to get some feedback, reflections and comments from our customers. That is the only way we can improve our service and meet the needs of the world. “The General Education Study Tour was a profound, professional learning adventure. Thank you!”     Thank you so much for

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Take care of the parents, too

Before our new national core curriculum was put into practice, it took two years from municipalities and schools to get familiar with it, plan and get ready. One part of the work was to share the ideas of the new curriculum with parents and have their ideas as well. Our

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Video greetings from South Korea

I had a pleasure to spend a week in South Korea. I attended a seminar with 300 participants and held training sessions about Finnish education system, playful learning and early childhood education for educationalists in South Korea. We were also invited to local schools to work with teachers from primary

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Reading tips

Are you curious to know how The New National Core Curriculum for Basic Education in Finland looks like or what kind of principles The National Core Curriculum for Early Childhood Education and Care contains? Now you have a chance to order eBooks or books issued by National Board of Education

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Greetings from Vietnam educational roadshow

Busy training days, hot and humid weather, super delicious food and happy people! During their stay in Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi, experts sent by Learning Scoop Elina Harju and Jukka Miettunen have held training session on various themes such as Activating teaching methods, Differentiation of content based teaching

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