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Saturday, September 18, 2010

FINDLAND SCHOOLS GET BEST RESULTS

Why do Finland’s schools get the best results?
By Tom Burridge
BBC World News America, Helsinki

Last year more than 100 foreign delegations and governments visited Helsinki, hoping to learn the secret of their schools’ success.

In 2006, Finland’s pupils scored the highest average results in science and reading in the whole of the developed world. In the OECD’s exams for 15 year-olds, known as PISA, they also came second in maths, beaten only by teenagers in South Korea.

This isn’t a one-off: in previous PISA tests Finland also came out top. [Read More Here]

The extract of their tactics:

1. Provison of additional teacher to those (pupils) who struggle with all pupils are kept in the same classroom.*

2. Primary and secondary schooling is combined to avoid potentially disruptive transition.

3. The same teacher lead the same class with the same pupils for several years.*

4. School start at the age of seven before then children learn best when playing.

5. Parents have a culture of reading with their kids at home.*

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