Our guest is Outi Haatainen, who is one of the facilitators for the StarT program created by LUMA Centre Finland and a doctoral candidate in the chemistry department at the University of Helsinki. We often see Finland held up as one of the premier educational systems from around the world, but Outi shares that they’re also experiencing a number of challenges as they try to transition towards more collaborative, project-based learning. Listen to learn what some of those challenges are and how StarT is approaching international and remote collaboration in learning.
What makes Finland’s educational system different from the system in the U.S.
Emphasizing student-centered learning and collaboration
How do you grow collaboration?
The International StarT Competition
Creating a platform for collaborative, project-based learning
How can we integrate more interdisciplinary learning into our existing educational systems?