Finland: Replacing Subject with Phenomenon Based Learning (Learning World S6E1, 1/2)





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Published on Oct 5, 2015

In Finland, schools are putting less emphasis on teaching subject matters and more on teaching thinking, ICT, work and multicultural contexts survival skills. Experts think that the way students learn and what they learn is constantly affected by the ever-changing world in which they live. Hence, reflection is being slanted towards the kind of skills youngsters will need to be successful in the future. Find out more about Finland’s “Phenomenon based Learning”!

In Japan, the government is aiming to change the way students learn, behave and see the world, discover how: https://youtu.be/vvO3DaZH2aQ

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