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Learning Scoop goes Latin America

Learning Scoop is happy to start collaboration with SISU Educación & Bienestar in Bolivia, Latin America. The first online courses are taking place yesterday and today covering themes “How to keep the student´s interest at class” and “Teaching and learning methodologies to develop the kids´ potential in class.” Our wonderful experts Johanna Järvinen-Taubert and Satu Herrala are

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Simultaneous teaching

Working as a teacher can be a lonely job. Even though you have colleagues: you have common coffee breaks with them, plan your lessons together, have dialogues and even assess together outside the classroom — nevertheless, a teacher is alone in classroom. One class, and only one teacher. If we

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Time to Thank You

Here in Northern Hemisphere we are having Winter Solictice today marking the day with the shortest period of daylight and the longest night of the year. It means that Christmas and end of year is just around the corner. It was our pleasure to host wonderful teachers, principals and education

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Once upon a time in Thailand…

When it is pitch dark in Finland, it is lovely to travel to the sunnier side of the world. Our experts had an opportunity to train teachers and faculty staff of Didyasarin International Preparatory School in Bangkok, Thailand few weeks ago. It was wonderful to meet our study tour participants

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STEAM in Education – A hot topic globally

STEAM, which means Science Technology Engineering Arts and Mathematics is a rising star if we are talking about trends in education. BETT Show held in London every January, the largest event in the world in learning technology, is typically full of STEAM related material and boots. In a certain STEAM

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The Scoop on Finland

It is our pure delight to share this fantastic blog done by two Principal Study Tour participants during last week´s study tour.  The aim was to explore the aspects of school administration including pedagogical leadership and a learner-centered approach, school finance and human resources, collaboration with stakeholders, counseling and student welfare

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Teachers look in-depth at Finnish education system

Our customers know it best! “Collaboration instead of competition” and “learning is for life” were recurrent themes mentioned during a week-long study tour in Tampere, Finland. The Finns do not believe in teaching for a test. How to follow student´s natural path of development? For example this kind of findings

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Green Trail – Let the Finnish nature surprise you!

Our home town Tampere is situated between two big lakes, Näsijärvi and Pyhäjärvi, which makes the location just perfect. The city itself is a great master piece of Mother Nature. Recreational activities, tranquil coves for swimming, places for barbequing, playgrounds and nature trails are just stone´s throw away from city center. 

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