Highly trained, respected and free: why Finland's teachers are different | Education | The Guardian

Highly trained, respected and free: why Finland's teachers are different

Highly trained, respected and free: why Finland's teachers are different | Education | The Guardian

The Finland Phenomenon. It's not new news that they've got one of the best education systems in the world.

The Finland Phenomenon: Inside the World's Most Surprising School System

The Finland Phenomenon. It's not new news that they've got one of the best education systems in the world.

There's No Homework In Finland ~ What Makes Finnish Students so Successful? #Infographic

There's No Homework In Finland ~ What Makes Finnish Students so Successful? #Infographic

Funny pictures about Why there's no homework in Finland. Oh, and cool pics about Why there's no homework in Finland. Also, Why there's no homework in Finland.

Timothy D. Walker, author of the new book, "Teach Like Finland: 33 Simple Strategies For Joyful Classrooms," agreed to answer a few questions.

Timothy D. Walker, author of the new book, "Teach Like Finland: 33 Simple Strategies For Joyful Classrooms," agreed to answer a few questions.

Finland spends 30 percent less per student than the United States, yet 96 percent of Finns graduate high school and 66 percent go to college. 26 amazing facts about Finland's school system: http://www.businessinsider.com/finland-education-school-2011-12?op=1

26 Amazing Facts About Finland's Unorthodox Education System

Read an awesome article on Finland's education system last year! Finland spends 30 percent less per student than the United States, yet 96 percent of Finns graduate high school and 66 percent go to college.

What's really at the heart of Finland's educational success? Equity for all students. No private schools at ANY level, including university. High pay, prestige, and responsibility for teachers. Read on...

What Americans Keep Ignoring About Finland's School Success

Finland is consistently at the top of the educational excellence list year after year.  So what are they doing that's working so well?  (Article:  "26 Amazing Facts About Finland's Unorthodox Education System")

26 Amazing Facts About Finland's Unorthodox Education System

A documentary on Finnish schools.They have always landed somewhere in the top 5 for education worldwide. They have a LOT in common with Waldorf schools. It was really an interesting and inspiring video to watch.

The Finland Phenomenon: El mejor Sistema Educativo del mundo Learning to learn, vocational schools, less is more themes

Finland’s Choice-Based Educational Structure (start at BOTTOM of graphic and scroll UP)

Finland’s Choice-Based Educational Structure

Finland’s Choice-Based Educational Structure (start at BOTTOM of graphic and scroll UP) ♡-tblazes.

How the Finnish school system outshines U.S. education: critical thinking and problem solving, project-based learning, and learning to learn

How the Finnish school system outshines U.S. education

How the Finnish school system outshines U. education Educational philosophy in Finland is strikingly different than in the United States, but the students there outperform U.

12 myths about education in Finland fact-checked by a Finnish educator

12 "myths" about education in Finland debunked

12 myths about education in Finland fact-checked by a Finnish educator <<< either way, still sounds better than the US.

By de-emphasizing competition and encouraging cooperation, doing away with standardized testing, and making teaching one of the most highly esteemed professions in the country, Finland has created one of the best education systems in the world. All while spending less per student than the United States does.

Finland success (Less is More): schools are relaxed, teacher are of high quality, parents are engaged, society values education, students are happy - complex mix of variables

Why Kindergarten in Finland Is All About Playtime (and Why That Could Be More Stimulating Than the Common Core) - The Atlantic

Kindergarten: While American Kids Read, Their Finnish Peers Play

Why Kindergarten in Finland Is All About Playtime (and Why That Could Be More Stimulating Than the Common Core) - The Atlantic

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