Finnish Lessons: What the World Can Learn from Educational Change in Finland

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Finlandiya eğitim sistemi, OECD raporunda da haberlerde de olsa görmüşüzdür... Başarıyı vurgulamakta fayda var! yazmak istedim..
"Finlilerden öğrenilecek şey: Öğretmenlere ve akademik başarılarına gösterilen derin saygı.
Finlandiya kültürü, içsel motivasyona ve bireysel ilginin peşinden gitmeye değer veriyor. Finlandiya eğitim sisteminde nispeten daha kısa ve okul tarafından finanse edilen müfredat dışı etkinliklerle zenginleştirilmiş bir okul günü geçiriliyor..Eğitimin amacı kişilik yaratmak.

This is why Finland is one of the best places in the world to be a student.
Students in Finland are rarely given homework.. İnstead they are encouraged to play and schools can set their own timetables. Which can include 15 minutes play every 45 minutes spent working.. finns believe every student is capable of reaching the some high standards. So all children have access to preschool up to the age of 7 and they all have learning support.
SOURCE: ministry of education cultury,Finland
There are no privately funded chools in Finland which means all children get equal educational opportunities. Teaching is a well paid and hiqhly respected professions and teacher are trusted to get on with job and fine advantages don't stop once you leave high school.As university education is free.
Finland spends more of it GDP on education (1.2%) than of the OECD countries (0.8%)
SOURCE: OECD

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it seems amazing like this .. but is it like in our schools... where they teach also what they are supposed to teach or ... are they teaching life ?

I love the people that agree with this :) @kalhiade