The Finnish success in PISA - and some reasons behind it, 2007, p 28)school in Finland will have at least one teacher of special education. And each student can attend his classes at least once or twice a week. Special education here does not mean education for the weakest students, who are behind everyone. Any student, even one of the best performing still can attend these classes, and reasons for this may be different. Some students could be ill and did not go to school for several days and now it is difficult for them to understand the topic; some students might be very sensitive and can not work in a noisy atmosphere or maybe some students just can not understand the theory or rule, and they will prefer to see a special teacher. (The Finnish success in PISA - and some reasons behind it, 2007, p 48) I really like the idea of special teacher and school counselor, because they can provide students with all the necessary support and guidance.ability to observe and study education in Finland awoke me to re-thing my vision of teaching. And if one day I am teacher, I will try to make my classes student-oriented, where everybody will be involved. I will make more discussions, give students a voice, let them speak and express their thoughts. I will give them exercises where they will need to make a quick research or work in groups. And I think that in this case I will need to be always ready to answer new question and give students extra support.
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1.National Curriculum Guidelines on ECEC in Finland 2003
2.National Core Curriculum for Upper Secondary Schools 2003
3.Välijärvi J., Kupari P., Linnakylä P., Reinikainen P., Sulkunen S., Törnroos J., Arffman I. (2007) The Finnish success in PISA - and some reasons behind it 2, Jyväslylä: Kirjapaino Oma Oy