We hear all the time about Finland’s education model. How everyone should replicate it. How it’s actually flawed. Whether you love it or hate it, it’s intriguing. But why is that? Probably because of some of the following unique characteristics originally outlined by Business Insider. Below are 10 of the tidbits I found a bit more interesting and wanted to pass along to Edudemic readers (hey that’s you!):
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Sir Ken Robinson, Bill Gates, Geoffrey Canada and more take on big topics in the all-new TED Talks Education. Full feature presentation is here.
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This quote gets me thinking that anyone is capable of anything. It brings to mind the purpose and goal of education at its core. I just love it.
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Edtech isn't the final solution for education's problems. It's a powerful addition to classrooms though, so it's time to ask: what is the point of education technology?
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A year-long report is out and it details how teachers and students are taking to blended learning - what's working and what's not.