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We have selected one hundred educational innovations from Finland

From December 2015 - February 2016, schools across Finland had the opportunity to submit their ideas for experiments to be trialed over the course of one school year. Over 500 schools and organizations applied.

We received applications from preschools, comprehensive schools and high schools from all regions of Finland. The innovations varied from coding clubs to interactive board games; whilst some of the innovations submitted were existing ideas, others offered were completely new.

To read about each project, follow their project pages here. Please note that all new content is translated into English as quickly as possible. If an update is still in Finnish please do check back in a day or two to read it in English.

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All Skills Teacher Assessment Environment Leadership
048
A Year as an Entrepreneur
087
The Well-being School
075
The Sapling Academy and Sustainable Development
074
Transforming Evening News into Educational Material
019
From literacy to the joy of reading
072
The Body, Health Education and Personalised Learning
084
EduRemix – developing digital content with teachers and students
089
Teaching Language Awareness
021
Espoo Steiner School and Life Skills
043
International Career Skills
056
Teaching Emotional Skills and Self Awareness In Schools
071
Energy and Sustainable Development as a Part of a Local Curriculum
061
Turning Passions Into Careers
006
Team Learning
040
World Peace - Basics in Mediation
070
Student Short Film Festival
057
Different Kind of Mathematics
052
The School That Moves – Exercise and Learning
091
Do Your Own thing - modern music technology in music lessons
093
VerDi - peer learning and digital skills
060
Modern Craftsmanship
042
FriendCafé
094
The City Theatre as a Learning Environment
092
Pedagogy and 3D printing
055
Promoting Culture by Exercising as a Community
051
The Satakieli News - Media Project
073
Learning School Development
050
Icehearts and School – Early Intervention
003
So You Think You Can Muuv?
100
A robotics curriculum
069
The Grand Educational Game Experiment
001
Teaching Finance Management Skills to Kids
053
Teaching Basics Of Local Democracy
009
Science For Tots
041
Adventure Pedagogy
047
The Alliance of Tech & Creativity
045
Partnering Universities with High Schools Through Virtual Reality
058
Learning from Animals
068
Ruby's Summer School
049
Turning School Cafeterias Into School Restaurants
090
Web-Pedagogy Teachers
054
Planning Sex Education With Students
063
The Gaming Room
062
TET 2.0 Work Experience
002
Building Personalized Learning Paths
012
Finnish As A Second Language
079
Teachers Without Borders
046
Learning Foreign Languages In A Digital World
086
Encounters - The Tour
065
The Internet of Things
059
FightBack Pedagogy
080
Students as agents of change
085
EMMA – Empowering Math
099
ViLLE - Game-based learning
082
HighSchoolFlow – learning to concentrate
044
Building Self-Esteem and Self-Awareness
100
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