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Finnish education soup

Perhaps this is a sign I’ve been eating too much here in Finland, but I’d like to share my recipe for a tasty education soup. Add the following: a heaping measure of teacher education (MA quality) a healthy dose of teacher … Continue reading

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Facts and factors of Finnish success

The University of Helsinki is a large, thriving university. Originally founded in Turku in 1640, the university transferred to Helsinki in 1828. Presently, the university serves 37,000 degree students and 30,000 continuing education and Open University students on four campuses … Continue reading

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Hello from Helsinki

I’m at the University of Helsinki for an International Staff Exchange week. Erasmus participants are from Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Cyprus, Estonia, France and that’s just an A – F start!  I regret missing the IOE International and Culture week, … Continue reading

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