The second Helsinki Education Week will be held 4–8 November 2019. The week’s series of events will highlight the work carried out in Helsinki daycare centres, schools and other educational institutions. Last year’s Helsinki Education Week comprised more than 120 learning events held throughout the city. A large part of the programme is organized with international education experts and innovators.
“We’re delighted that we will again be able to present our pedagogical expertise to a larger and an international audience this year. We’re very proud of our education professionals and the work carried out in our educational institutions,” says Liisa Pohjolainen, Executive Director of the City of Helsinki Education Division.
Helsinki Education Week offers content to learners of all ages and to everybody interested in learning and the development of learning. In addition to international education experts, the target groups include teachers in Finland and particularly teachers, learners and parents in Helsinki.
The main organizer of Helsinki Education Week is the City of Helsinki and the City’s Education Division. The official partner of the week is HundrED.
The programme will be finalized during the autumn months. More information is available on the Helsinki Education Week website www.helsinkieducationweek.com and the week’s Facebook page www.facebook.com/helsinkieducationweek.
The week will coincide with the HundrED Innovation Summit, which will present 100 inspiring education innovations for 2020. The summit will be attended by approximately 250 education experts, innovators and sponsors from around the world. The 2018 summit welcomed participants from 37 countries. As part of the Helsinki Education Week programme, top international experts will work with the City of Helsinki, helping to develop the Education Division.
“Our goal is to enable cooperation across school and national borders. This goal is furthered magnificently with Helsinki Education Week, when top international experts are given opportunities to collaborate with the City of Helsinki Education Division,” says HundrED’s founder Saku Tuominen.