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10 day experience in Bolivia just around the corner

Team Learning Scoop Experts Elina Harju, Ellimaija Ahonen and Jukka Miettunen is very excited and looking forward to a journey to Santa Cruz in Bolivia. The daily newspaper El Dia wrote about the upcoming tour and possibilities for exchanging knowledge and practices between countries. Find out more about the comference

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Learning Scoop – an official member of Education Finland

Education Finland is a national education export program, offering Finnish educational know-how and learning solutions globally. Education Finland is a part of Finnish National Agency for Education and works within the Team Finland network. Learning Scoop is happy to be part of this great network of opportunities. Education Finland’s overarching goal is to open

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There is no teaching without learning

There is no teaching without learning (Paulo Freire) “Basic education lays the foundation for the pupil´s general knowledge and ability. The local authority has an obligation to arrange basic education for children of compulsory education age residing in its area. The obligations that direct the provision of basic education come

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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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