Keyword: Faculty of Education
The Advisory Board of the Faculty of Education has summarised the goal of its term until the end of 2025 "Retrning Finland to the top of education. This goal is being pursued in extensive cooperation with the various actors in the faculty and the alumni committee.
8.6.2023 at 14.00 - 16.00
The next Graduation Ceremony of the Faculty of Education will be organised on Thursday, 8 June 2023 at 2.15 pm in the Old Academy Building in Turku, Rothoviuksenkatu 1.The Faculty of Education warmly invites all the students who graduate during acedemic year 2022 - 2023. Graduates can invite two...
8.6.2023 at 14.00 - 16.00
Lukuvuoden 2022-2023 publiikki järjestetään torstaina 8.6.2022 klo 14.15 Turun Akatemiatalolla.Tiedekuntamme publiikkiin on lämpimästi kutsuttu kaikki kuluvana lukuvuonna 2022 - 2023 maistereiksi valmistuneet tai valmistuvat opiskelijat sekä varhaiskasvatuksen opettajan tutkinto-ohjelmasta...
With the agreement, which will be in effect until 2033, the City of Rauma commits to supporting the operation and development of the Rauma campus of the Department of Teacher Education of the University of Turku.
The NoRNet2023 conference on the challenges of the transition from education to working life will be held in Turku in early October. The theme of the conference is The Politics of Educational and Working Life Transitions: intersectional perspectives. Abstracts for the conference can be submitted until 30 March.
How should we rethink higher education to make it more responsive to the challenges of a changing world? This question will be answered in a panel discussion in Educarium on Thursday 9 February from 12.30 pm.
The first teaching trial of cLovid, a web-based learning environment under development, proved to be a success. The two-hour session involving eight cases was a great success and many participants indicated that they would like to do this kind of learning more often. – All content and tools (PRISMA and OMERO) involved were developed in the EU project cLovid and will be made available as open educational resources, says University Researcher Laura Helle from the Department of Teacher Education.
9.2.2023 at 12.30 - 14.00
Climate change, decreasing planetary wellbeing and the war in Ukraine have challenged the Western way of life and Western cultural, political and economic domination. Simultaneously, high expectations have been set for the potential of higher education and science to provide continuity in their core...
Associate Professor Jake McMullen from the Department of Teacher Education has been awarded a Jacobs Foundation Research Fellowship. It is a globally competitive fellowship program for early and mid-career researchers whose work is dedicated to improving the learning and development of children and youth worldwide.
A new web-based learning environment has passed a stress test. In the test, 25 people from different parts of Europe tested the functionality and capacity of the learning environment. The program passed the test.