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Heads and teachers of non-governmental schools getting acquainted with the experience of Finland

27th August 2022

As you have been informed the head of our state identified specific tasks for improving the education system, introducing best practices in the field, and the experience of developed countries, in particular Finland.

In this direction, consistent cooperation is being carried out to improve the quality and efficiency indicators in education, and the comprehensive development of the system, including the development, implementation, evaluation, and realization of new methods, learning processes, pedagogical management, educational programs, as well as improving the system of advanced training for teachers.

In particular, within the framework of this cooperation, the Finnish partner for the development of pedagogical and educational technologies of the academic center of the Nordic International University DiDacTEC organized an educational trip to Finland for an educational delegation consisting of leaders and teachers of the non-governmental school "Leader" and other private schools located in the capital.

The first day of the visit began with a visit to Kuokkala High School. Also, Uzbek specialists visited various educational centers, schools, and practical pedagogical workshops and gained rich experience in the Finnish school system, methods for implementing transversal skills in subjects, teaching practice, problems that arise in the educational process, and ways to solve them.

During the visit, Uzbek teachers also got acquainted with new educational methods in the secondary and higher secondary schools of Muurame, mobile management, and the inclusion of additional education on entrepreneurship in secondary school education.

Of particular interest to the delegation of Uzbekistan were school buildings and study areas with a new architectural look, based on the multinational educational environment.

The delegates also visited inclusive educational institutions. They received information about the Finnish experience in introducing ICT in education.

Based on acquaintance with the activities of the research station of biology and environmental sciences Konnevesi at the University of Jyväskala, scientific cooperation was achieved in the field of research methods and methodology.

At the same time, the Finnish experience of assessing student knowledge has been widely studied based on the international programs PISA, PIRLS, and TIMSS.

Conversations with Finnish teachers and directors of educational institutions are holding fruitfully. On the ground of the competency-based approach, schools acquire practical skills in creating a textbook, and teaching aids, and preparing additional and portable materials.