Episode 4

Acclaimed science teacher Dr Marianne Juntunen | Pioneering sustainable science education in Finland | PART 1 &2

One of the secrets of the success of the world class Finnish education is the teachers. I am very excited to talk with Dr Marianne Juntunen, a 32-year-old STEM teacher based in Lapland. In 2016 Marianne received The Most Innovative Science Teacher Award for her STEM education guide she co-created for Finnish schools from LUMA, the science education development organisation of the Finnish National Board of Education.

In PART 1, Marianne talks about her journey and passion to become a STEM teacher. In Part 2 she talks about her daily life as a teacher in Finland and the teaching methods currently used in Finnish schools.  The world class Finnish education has also its challenges. How to service those students who have learning difficulties as well as those who are very talented.

For more information about Marianne and her work please visit www.edugems.podia.com

PART 1

PART 2

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Published by Satu Raunola-Spencer

Satu (alias Finnsydney) is a Nordic born Sydneysider. She is passionate about making the world a better place, using common sense, sustainability and practical processes in business and everyday life. She is an entrepreneurial marketing and communications leader focusing on innovation. Satu has extensive global travel and tourism industry know-how and networks. Her love of family, travel, design, yoga, running and healthy lifestyle keeps her busy. Satu is always ready talk about education, science , culture, design and of course, Finland!

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