Lifelong Learning Programme 2007–2013 in Finland

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The Lifelong Learning Programme 2007–2013 in Finland consists of the Finnish participation in the Lifelong Learning Programme 2007–2013 of the European Union.

The program is coordinated by a unit of the Ministry of Education and Culture, Finland, the Centre for International Mobility. Finland has been a member of the European Union since 1 January 1995, and has taken part in the previous educational programmes.[1]

Educational level oriented programmes[edit]

  • The Comenius programme for improving teaching and learning skills and improving mobility of teachers and students in the EU,[2] to which is devoted 15% of the total Finnish budget for these programs.[1][3] Some of the participating educational units in Finland:
    • Ahmon koulu,[4] Siilinjärvi,[5] an upper primary school
    • Helsingin medialukio,[6] Helsinki, the Mind the Gap – three European Generations project together with German, Italian, Norwegian, Polish and Spanish participating schools
    • Härkävehmaan koulu,[7] Hyvinkää, an internationalisation course; drafting an article to the paper of the foreign sister school and preparing a ten-minute video presentation
    • Kaitaan lukio,[8] Espoo, a secondary school
    • Kiuruveden yläkoulu,[9] Kiuruvesi municipality,[5][10] an upper primary school
    • Lapin ammattiopisto,[11] Rovaniemi,[5] the VOICE project with Bladel of the Netherlands and Göttingen of Germany, a secondary level vocational school
    • Martinniemen päiväkoti,[12] Haukipudas,[5][13] a kindergarten
    • Myrskylän Kirkonkylän koulu,[14] Myrskylä, the project "Coast to Country to Culture" with Cliftonville Primary (Ulster), CEIP Miraflores (Spain) and Merivälja Kool (Estonia).
    • Myllytullin koulu,[15] Oulu,[5] an upper primary school
    • Nurmon yläaste,[16] Nurmo of Seinäjoki town,[5][17] an upper primary school
    • Ruoveden Yhteiskoulu,[18] Ruovesi,[19][5] an upper primary school, classes 7–9

Transversal programmes[edit]

  • the transversal programme, with 5% of the budget [1] Some of the participating educational units in Finland are:
  • the Jean Monnet programme, for encouraging research in European integration, with 2% of the budget.[1][23] Some of the participating educational units in Finland are:

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g Cimo.fi - EU:n Elinikäisen oppimisen ohjelma
  2. ^ Cimo.fi - EU-USA
  3. ^ European Commission - Education & Training - lifelong learning programme - Comenius: Europe in the classroom
  4. ^ Ahmon koulu
  5. ^ a b c d e f g Cimo.fi - Koulujen Comenius-blogin arkisto
  6. ^ Medialukiolaiset oppivat kieltä ja kulttuuria Bonnissa ja Brysselissä | Helsingin Uutiset
  7. ^ Kansainvälisyyskurssi - www.hyvinkaa.fi
  8. ^ Comenius Project - Espoon Kaupunki
  9. ^ Comenius -projekti
  10. ^ Cimo.fi - Koulujen Comenius-blogi
  11. ^ Lapin ammattiopisto - Hankkeet
  12. ^ Haukiputaan kunta
  13. ^ Cimo.fi - Koulujen Comenius-blogin arkisto
  14. ^ Comenius project
  15. ^ Myllytullin koulu
  16. ^ Seinäjoen kaupunki - Kansainvalisyys
  17. ^ Cimo.fi - Koulujen Comenius-blogin arkisto
  18. ^ oppilasvaihtomatkat
  19. ^ http://www.cimo.fi/ohjelmat/comenius/kokemuksia/koulujen_comenius-blogi/cb_blogiarkisto/101/0<//kcb_hyva_mieli_saa_viihtymaan_2
  20. ^ European Commission - Education & Training - lifelong learning programme - The ERASMUS Programme – studying in Europe and more
  21. ^ European Commission - Education & Training - lifelong learning programme - Grundtvig: practical learning for adults
  22. ^ European Commission - Education & Training - lifelong learning programme - Leonardo da Vinci programme
  23. ^ European Commission - Education & Training - lifelong learning programme - The Jean Monnet Programme: understanding European integration