Pupils from Xiejiawan Primary School, Chongqing, China enjoyed their winter camp in Finland. The winter camp was jointly organized by us, Finland-China Education Association (FICEA), and cities of Tampere and Sastamala. For many of those pupils, it was the first time that they saw such a heavy snow. They experienced the Finnish weather and lessons in Finnish schools.
The core content of 21st century education is about creativity, critical thinking, communication and collaboration, which are also the educational purposes of our Finnish winter camp. Good education influences people silently.
It is of the very importance that for arts of education to hide the education purposes.
Chinese Students from Beijing National Day School joined in the Finnish education summer camp of 2015 which was organized by FICEA (Finland-China Education Association), the municipal governments of Tampere and Sastamala together in July 2015.
Chinese Students from Beijing No.18 High School joined in the Finnish education summer camp of 2015 which was organized by FICEA (Finland-China Education Association), the municipal governments of Tampere and Sastamala together in July 2015.
FICEA nordic&polar inquiry-based summer camp opened in July 2015, the right 65th year since Finland and China established diplomatic relations. The summer camp was co-hosted by FICEA, the City Councils of Tampere and Sastamala. It aimed at “innovation, thinking, cooperation, communication”, offered students a chance to join in real Finnish classes, experience and explore the local education via a series of exchange activities and trips including “feeling the charm of Nordic cities” “innovation classes in camp” “enjoying outdoor exercises” “practical teaching in museums”, etc..
As tribute to the China and Finland Friendship Year, FICEA celebrated the 65th anniversary of the diplomatic relationship between the two countries by commencing their 2015 educational and cultural winter camp. The camp was organized by FICEA in cooperation with the cities of Tampere and Sastamala with support from the Embassies of China and Finland. Students from Beijing and Henan came to Finland to experience and enjoy educational and cultural exchange.