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[Read] ➭ Finnish Lessons ➵ Pasi Sahlberg – Hostingencolombia.co Finnish Lessons is a first hand comprehensive account of how Finland built a world class education system during the past three decades The author traces the evolution of education policies in FinlandFinnish Lessons is a first hand comprehensive account of how Finland built a world class education system during the past three decades The author traces the evolution of education policies in Finland and highlights how they differ fr.

Om the United States and other industrialized countries He shows how rather than relying on competition choice and external testing of students education reforms in Finland focus on professionalizing teachers' work developing instruct.

finnish book lessons kindle Finnish Lessons PDFOm the United States and other industrialized countries He shows how rather than relying on competition choice and external testing of students education reforms in Finland focus on professionalizing teachers' work developing instruct.

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  1. Mem Morman Mem Morman says:

    Kindle Pasi Sahlberg Å Finnish Lessons eBook ô Å finnish book, lessons kindle, Finnish Lessons PDFI bought this book after reading an article based on it in Smithsonian magazine I've read it slowly and found the first couple of chapters the most interesting I have in my lifetime been a professional educator and I have the background to read and interpret this book which is NOT written for a popular audience but it also clearly tells me that I am not up to date on the latest educational theory Finland has the best educated young people in the world Finland? Really????? How did that HAPPEN? This book tells us how It was a deliberate action taken over decades and involving the whole country Not just certain schools in Finland are excellent ALL schools are excellent Not just some students are high achiever


  2. Martianngray Martianngray says:

    Kindle Pasi Sahlberg Å Finnish Lessons eBook ô Å finnish book, lessons kindle, Finnish Lessons PDFJust watched a CNN special on education Finland and South Korea are at the top Not sure how I feel about the South Korea program as the children study from 8am to sometimes midnight which I don't think fosters creativity and pragmatic skills that are needed to succeed However Finland ranks number one in science and two in math They spend less time in the classroom don't start school until they are 7 and yet excel much than the rest of the world They say their key is the best teachers only 1 in 10 get into a Master's teaching program and are viewed in the same class as doctors and no standardized testing They evaluate their teachers constantly but also reward them At the same time they do not have the same problems we have in America mainly poverty and the amount of children that grow up in poverty After working in sc


  3. MattySwytla MattySwytla says:

    Kindle Pasi Sahlberg Å Finnish Lessons eBook ô Å finnish book, lessons kindle, Finnish Lessons PDFI'll save you some very dry and repetitive reading by suggesting you go directly to chapter 5 of the book the last one and you'll get all the relevant info in a nicely condensed form with some helpful ideas for the future development of education The rating isn't lower because the author argues for a different approach to education than a strictly competetive one where teachers and students are constantly graded and ranked which does not help to actually improve student learning but only pushes teachers to focus on exams Smaller classes and specialised help in class for students with special needs is sound logic as wellI already see some of the ideas the author describes in Finnish schools implemented in my own country Slovenia We haven't gone all the way with no numerical marks until grade 10 but there's certainly a larger focus on student learning than exam results My didactics professor couldn't shut up about the Finns an


  4. Marten Wennik Marten Wennik says:

    Kindle Pasi Sahlberg Å Finnish Lessons eBook ô Å finnish book, lessons kindle, Finnish Lessons PDFWow I finished this book the other day and was uite impressed It does however really chafe me as a teacher to know that we have a messed up system in the US and are really not interested in making the long term commitment to fixing our problems It must come from being the biggest although I realize I cannot uantify that statement spend and thr


  5. Paul Signorelli Paul Signorelli says:

    Kindle Pasi Sahlberg Å Finnish Lessons eBook ô Å finnish book, lessons kindle, Finnish Lessons PDFPasi Salhberg in Finish Lessons What Can the World Learn from Educational Change in Finland? doesn't pretend to have a universally applicable solution to the problems we face in providing effective learning opportunities But the wonderfully produced snapshot he provides of the Finnish school system and its support of vocational training is something none of us can afford to ignore If we're at all interested in seeing how the top ranked education system worldwide produced its successes we're in the right place with Finnish Lessons This is not a book that is useful only to those in academia The descriptions of a learning system that esch


  6. John Martindale John Martindale says:

    Kindle Pasi Sahlberg Å Finnish Lessons eBook ô Å finnish book, lessons kindle, Finnish Lessons PDFMy word this book was dreadfully dry The writer is a product of the Finnish school system so I suppose that is one Finnish lesson I got He did mention that interesting tid bit about how Fins don't like small talk illustrating the point with a story of how two Finnish friends after a long absence met up at a bar and after the 4th beer one of them said cheers at which the other retorted Did we come here to talk or drink? Yeah Fins don't strike me as the most friendly and cheery lot But yeah this book could have been a magazine article and nothing would b


  7. Sylvia Moore Sylvia Moore says:

    Kindle Pasi Sahlberg Å Finnish Lessons eBook ô Å finnish book, lessons kindle, Finnish Lessons PDFIf you want to learn about THE alternative to the high stakes testing competition and privatization regime that has invaded American education please read this book Every educator should read this book Dr Sahlberg gives a great explanation as to how Finland's collaborative and euitable approach to education provides better outcomes than the business management schemes favored by the so called education reformers As Dr Sahlberg cautions not all of the features of Finland's education system may translate well to other nations but America can


  8. Phyllis Phyllis says:

    Kindle Pasi Sahlberg Å Finnish Lessons eBook ô Å finnish book, lessons kindle, Finnish Lessons PDFAs we all have learned the Bush No Child Left Behind program has not been successful in meeting our education goals and needs in the US However Finnish Lessons provides strategies from which we all can learn Sahlberg discusses three Finnish paradoxes of education 1 Teach less Learn Finnish teachers teach just under 50% of the number of hours US teachers teach 2 Test less Learn The trend


  9. Mark Ballinger Mark Ballinger says:

    Kindle Pasi Sahlberg Å Finnish Lessons eBook ô Å finnish book, lessons kindle, Finnish Lessons PDF I picked it up after Pasi Sahlberg came to town to speak I couldn't make it out that evening but put the book on hold right away Why I finished it Painfully dry as dust introduction almost did me inSoon enough though I made it into the actual book and uite enjoyed it The ideas behind success in Finnish schools raised plenty of great uestions in my mind not


  10. Boris Boris says:

    Kindle Pasi Sahlberg Å Finnish Lessons eBook ô Å finnish book, lessons kindle, Finnish Lessons PDFOk so I really liked parts of this book There were a lot of facts that hit me hard Graduation rates in the us being around 75% compared to Finland's 93% for example There were a lot of interesting insights and the window into a significantly different culture was really fantastic can you imagine The most able and talented individuals go into teachingNow why does it get 2 stars? It was dry Dry dry dry I love reading but I got through much of this book in 5 10 page chunksWorthwhile but definitely not pleasant


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