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Pasi Sahlberg - The Myth of Finnish Education

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Finland Friday: Finnish school system in a nutshell!

Today I tell you about the world-famous Finnish school system! How does it work? Is it free? Do you get to university, if you are not rich? Where did we study?
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Finnish lessons - What can the world learn from educational change in Finland, by Pasi Sahlberg

Keynote speech by Prof. dr. Pasi Sahlberg at the 2012 EAPRIL Conference in Jyväskylä, Finland, November 28-30.

In many parts of the world, public schooling is in crisis. Competition, choice, standardized testing, and privatization have become common tactics to improve schools. This presentation shows that there is an alternative way to transform education systems and boost learning for all students. It is the way of focus on equity, teacher professionalism, collaborative practice, and trust-based responsibility. Finland is a nation whose schools lack external inspection, pre-scribed curricula, high-stakes testing, punitive accountability, and race-to-the-top mentality in improving teaching and learning. Yet the Finnish education system consistently ranks among the best in the world in learning achievement, equity of outcomes, accessibility, and efficiency. This presentation therefore brings a message of hope to those who have begun to lose faith in public education and wonder whether it can be improved. It reveals that the transformation of education systems not only is possible but inevitable if education policies are driven by equity instead of choice, professional development instead of accountability, and pedagogy instead of technology. What it takes beyond these is the right blend of ingenuity, time, patience, and determination.
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5 Reasons Why Finland Is A Global Education Leader

Highly respected and capable teachers, virtually no standardized tests and a strong social safety next help explain why Finland consistently rates among the best public education systems in the world. Hasan Piker of Pop Crunch breaks it down.
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Pasi Sahlberg

Finnish educator and scholar Pasi Sahlberg salutes Finland together with Santa Claus.
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Finnish Lessons: What Can the World Learn from Educational Change in Finland?

The Consulate General of Finland in New York and Teachers College Press at Teachers College, Columbia University
invite you to a book talk and launch event for
Pasi Sahlberg's new book

Finnish Lessons
What Can the World Learn
from Educational Change in Finland?

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Finnish School System - FACTS AND FICTION

Ever wondered if all the things the media says about the Finnish school system are true? What's going to school in Finland REALLY like?? In this video I go through an article and relay my own experience in the Finnish education system :)

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In Conversation with Finnish education guru Pasi Sahlberg

Pasi Sahlberg and John Hattie: two of the world's leading education experts on how Australia can learn from others and improve its educational outcomes.

Pasi Sahlberg is Director General of the Centre for International Mobility and Cooperation (CIMO) in the Ministry of Education in Finland. He has worked as a teacher, teacher-educator, policy advisor and director, and for the World Bank and European Commission.

Professor John Hattie is director of the Melbourne Education Research Institute at the University of Melbourne's Graduate School of Education. His influential 2008 book Visible Learning: A synthesis of over 800 Meta-Analyses Relating to Achievement is believed to be the world's largest evidence-based study into the factors which improve student learning.

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Finnish Education System - Pedagogical Love Is Their Secret

Finnish Education System - Pedagogical Love Is Their Secret
We conducted an interview with Elina Virtanen who is the class teacher
of a primary school in Lappeenranta, Finland. This Primary 4 class group is of 23 children.

2:31 More information on the LeaDO tool is available in English and Finnish at:

Contributors to this video:
Special Thanks to: Elina Virtanen
Intern/teacher-student: Minna Malankin
Translation of Finnish text: Krisztina Nagy
All 23 students of this Primary 4 class group.


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Bryan Bruce interviews Finnish Education expert Dr Pasi Sahlberg

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Why Finland has the best education system in the world

A segment on the approach to education in Finland taken from Where To Invade Next by Michael Moore.

'What if Finland's Great Teachers Taught in Your Schools?' Pasi Sahlberg - WISE 2013 Focus

Many governments are under political and economic pressure to turn their school systems around for higher rankings in the international league tables. Canada, South Korea, Singapore and Finland are commonly used models for the nations that hope to improve teaching and learning in their schools. In search of a silver bullet, reformers now turn their attention to teachers, believing that if only they could attract the best and the brightest into the teaching profession the quality of education would improve. This presentation argued that just having better teachers in schools will not automatically improve students' learning outcomes. Lessons from Finland and other high-performing school systems suggest that we should also protect schools from prescribed teaching, toxic accountability, and unhealthy competition, so that all teachers can use their professional knowledge and skills in the best interests of their pupils.

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Pasi Sahlberg on Equity and Finland's Education System

In January 2012, Finnish educator and author Pasi Sahlberg visited Stanford to discuss his recent book, Finnish Lessons: What Can the World Learn from Educational Change in Finland?, and participate in a conference on the U.S. and Finnish education systems. After the lecture, he sat down with us to talk about the policies and practices behind the so-called Finnish miracle and the central role of equity in Finland's school reform. More event materials are available at

Pasi Sahlberg - Finnish Lessons: What Can the World Learn from Educational Change in Finland?

Pasi Sahlberg is a Finnish educator and scholar. He has worked as schoolteacher, teacher educator and policy advisor in Finland and has studied education systems and reforms around the world. His expertise includes international educational change, future of schooling, and innovation in teaching and learning. His best-seller book Finnish Lessons: What can the world learn from educational change in Finland (Teachers College Press, 2011) won the 2013 Grawemeyer Award. He is a former Director General of CIMO (Centre for International Mobility and Cooperation) in Helsinki and currently a visiting Professor of Practice at Harvard University's Graduate School of Education in Cambridge, MA, USA.
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Pasi Sahlberg: Finnish Lessons: What can the world learn from educational change in Finland?

Watch video of Pasi Sahlberg speaking Dec. 9 on Finnish Lessons: What can the world learn from educational change in Finland?

The talk is part of the Peabody Research Office (PRO) brown bag lunch lecture series. These are informal presentations featuring research innovations at Peabody or other areas in the university.

In Conversation with Finnish education guru Pasi Sahlberg

In Conversation with Pasi Sahlberg and John Hattie: two of the world's leading education experts on how Australia can learn from others and improve its educational outcomes.

Pasi Sahlberg is Director General of the Centre for International Mobility and Cooperation (CIMO) in the Ministry of Education in Finland. He has worked as a teacher, teacher-educator, policy advisor and director, and for the World Bank and European Commission.

Professor John Hattie is director of the Melbourne Education Research Institute at the University of Melbourne's Graduate School of Education. His influential 2008 book Visible Learning: A synthesis of over 800 Meta-Analyses Relating to Achievement is believed to be the world's largest evidence-based study into the factors which improve student learning.

Pasi Sahlberg: Finland, Education, and Global Reform

He's been called the guru of Finnish education, the miracle worker of the public education system that is the envy of the world, with students consistently ranked at the top across all age ranges. Pasi Sahlberg is director general of the Center for International Mobility and Cooperation in Finland's Ministry of Education and the author of the award-winning book Finnish Lessons: What Can the World Learn from Educational Change in Finland? Sahlberg and his colleagues have revolutionized education in their country by emphasizing children's well-being, happiness, and health; by providing universal access to safe, high-quality schools for all, regardless of income level, family background, geography, or perceived ability; and by investing intensely in the training and ongoing support of teachers. Hear directly from Sahlberg on what he has learned, and what we can, too.

This annual lecture recognizes a generous multiyear grant from the Spencer Foundation, which seeks both to support and disseminate exemplary research about education, broadly conceived.

Pasi Sahlberg on the Finnish Education System

Pasi Sahlberg has worked as teacher, teacher-educator, policy advisor and director in Finland and served the World Bank and the European Commission as an education specialist. He sits down for a one on one conversation with Cheryl Jackson.

Pasi Sahlberg - The Myth of Finnish Education

Pasi Sahlberg is Finnish educator, author and scholar. He has worked as schoolteacher, teacher educator, researcher and policy advisor in Finland and has studied education systems and reforms around the world. His expertise includes school improvement, international education issues, classroom teaching and learning, and school leadership. His best-seller book “Finnish Lessons 2.0: What can the world learn from educational change in Finland” won the 2013 Grawemeyer Award. He is a former Director General of CIMO (Centre for International Mobility and Cooperation) at the Finland’s Ministry of Education and Culture in Helsinki and currently a visiting Professor of Practice at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Education in Cambridge, MA, USA. More on his website: pasisahlberg.com
and Twitter: @pasi_sahlberg.

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