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Sisodia, Finnish envoy meet teachers returned from Finland after receiving training

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Press Trust of India New Delhi
Ambassador of Finland to India Nina Vaskunlahti and Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia today interacted with a group of heads of government schools and teacher educators who returned from Finland after getting training.
According to the Delhi government, two groups of 30 each comprising heads of schools, officers of Directorate of Education (DoE) and teachers had visited Finland from March 4 to 10 and March 11 to 17.
The government said the visits aimed at getting an in-depth understanding about the Finnish education model in the context of school policies, teacher training and everyday teaching practice and school administration.
Speaking at an function, Sisodia expressed his desire to incorporate the "good practices" observed and asked all the participants to give a write up in the form of a paper, to be compiled in the form of a document which can be used as a reference for educators who have not visited the country, a move which was highly appreciated.
According to a government's statement, the Ambassador, Finland was of the opinion that it was a beautiful experience to have people across nations to interact with each other and also that these learning can be taken forward in the form of exchange program.
The statement stated that while describing the Finnish system of Education as a model to the rest of the world, the Finland envoy expressed her desire to gain feedback so that the trainings can be improved and the relationship can be strengthened with India.

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First Published: Jun 27 2018 | 10:20 PM IST

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