August 22, 2022 - August 26, 2022
Teacher's Summer School HEAT2022: Helsinki Education in Action for Teachers
ATTENTION TEACHERS AND EDUCATORS! It is now time to apply for Teachers’ Summer School 2022 in Helsinki, Finland on August 22nd – 26th.
What is HEAT2022?
The Summer School is organized by VisitEDUfinn , Hostel Suomenlinna and The Organization for Outdoor Education in Finland. The school lessons will be taught in the interesting educational venues and in the historical Suomenlinna Sea Fortress, a World Heritage Site. Suomenlinna World Heritage Site has a unique learning surrounding full of history and with beautiful archipelago landscape. During your summer school week, you will also get to know Helsinki and its cool sights, for example, Oodi city library, Löyly, Temppeliaukio Church…
There is also a possibility to visit the Finnish public school and see the students in action. The students will also join the workshops with you in Suomenlinna. Each workshop day teachers/educators will have different tasks to follow and aims to achieve!
IMPORTANT! Only space for 20 participants!
Here are some of the strengths of Teacher’s Summer School, according to HEAT2019 participants:
“Leena and Elina both were outstanding institutors and worked very hard to include all participants and to
create positive, hands-on experience, they are highly valued”
“The camp school ideas were exciting and would fit in beautifully with my school’s philosophy”
“Discovered many ways of learning and felt the joy of learning”
“Learning from other participants was a highlight – this was fostered through the collaborative and
discussion orientated activities”
HEAT SUMMER SCHOOL CAN BE ORGANIZED ALSO FOR PRIVATE GROUPS LATER IN FALL 2022, WINTERTIME 2022-2023 OR SPRING 2023! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for a quotation.
What will you learn?
The Summer School curriculum bases on Finnish national core curriculum. The pedagogical approach is holistic and student-centered. You will take a part to the interactive and inspiring learning sessions. We will focus on phenomenon-based teaching and learning, a move away from subjects and towards inter-disciplinary topics. HEAT Summer School is like a typical Finnish Camp School which aim is also to strengthen co-operational and communicational skills in the classroom. You will be able to learn by doing and sharing not only with the students but also with the local experienced teachers.
The Summer School opens for you an opportunity to share ideas, knowledge and local practices, which are ethically sustainable and culturally sensitive, and could be transferred from culture to another.