KEYNOTES & PRESENTATIONS
 
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The RICEI Project contributes to the attainment of quality education worldwide. Activities comprise a research section and applied areas of planning and teaching, the latter also consisting of work on educational policy development. We are committed to improving education by providing research-based educational services for those who are working for the field of Education.

SOME PREVIOUS PRESENTATIONS, KEYNOTES, AND INDIVIDUALLY-DESIGNED COURSES AND WORKSHOPS

Education in Finland:
  • Finnish Success in Education: Some Reasons behind It
  • Strong Performers and Successful Reformers in Education: Lessons from PISA.
  • Educational Innovations in the Process of School Change



Active Learning:

  • Process of Active Learning in the Teacher’s Work
  • Phases of the Learning Process in Project Work
  • Active Learning in a Small Rural School in Finland


Curriculum Change:

  • Curriculum Change in Finland
  • Teachers Facing the Challenges of Curriculum Change in the Small Rural School in Finland
  • Teacher Identity and Curriculum Change: A Comparative Analysis of Small Schools in England and Finland
  • Approaches to Curriculum Development: Learning from Research



Teacher Professionalism:

  • A Comparative Analysis of Teacher Professionalism: Findings from the York-Jyväskylä Project
  • The Challenges of Teacher Professional Development in the Context of Educational Change
  • Teacher Pedagogical and Dispositional Competences in a Changing School Culture: A Comparative Analysis of
  • Teacher Professionalism in England and Finland
  • Teacher Competences amid Educational Reforms in Finland and England


Comparative Education:

  • Introduction to Research Methods in Comparative Education
  • Educational Change in Comparative Perspective: The Case of School Education in Selected Countries
  • Research Project on Work-Oriented Education in Russia, China and India
  • Closing the Gap between Education and Society through Outdoor-Oriented Education: Comparing Education in the United States and India
  • Building Bridges between Education and Society: Comparing Education in Socially Different Countries