A huge learning experiment in Helsinki
Dare to Learn is a completely new, interactive and international event for learning enthusiasts, experts and practitioners who are willing to shake their thinking of learning. At the event, you participate different workshops and hear keynotes from, e.g., Pasi Sahlberg, Kirsti Lonka and The Finnish Minister of Education and Culture, Sanni Grahn-Laasonen.
Dare to Learn is bringing together different learning professionals. We believe solutions for tomorrow’s learning challenges can be solved the best by bridging gaps between different experts and practitioners. When teachers talk to adult educators, entirely new ideas and even innovations can take place. At its core, Dare to Learn conference is about where the future of learning is going. What kind of learning and training will the changing world need?
Finland, as a land of quality education, is a fruitful ground for this event. We have a strong culture of innovation and a low hierarchy society that enables people to connect rather freely. Both are needed at Dare to Learn. Yet, Finland is facing the same issues than the rest of the world. The speed of change is huge. We believe learning is the key to keep up, to transform, and to maintain sustainable wellbeing. Dare to Learn is all about supporting and creating those new learning concepts and practices.
Dare to Learn is organized by young professionals aiming to make an impact through a non-profit organization accelerating lifelong learning. The event is widely supported by Finnish educational actors, such as the Ministry of Education and Culture.
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Ms. Rauhala (B.A.) is an educational sciences student at the University of Turku with studies also in the fields of psychology, business and HR, and sociology. As an education major, she is passionate about lifelong learning and the Finnish education system. She believes in change through education. In addition, Ms. Rauhala loves to learn new languages. She completed an Erasmus + university exchange in Spain as a part of her studies and wants to work toward everyone getting international learning opportunities. Ms. Rauhala is working for VisitEDUfinn part-time while finishing her studies.