Experience Workshop is a Finland-based education company that provides international knowledge transfer for Finnish educational innovations. Experience Workshop works in the field of Finnish education, STEAM learning (Science, Technology, Engineering Arts and Mathematics), sustainability, digital competence development, and has expertise in other innovative and creative educational fields as well. The company’s professional supervisor is Ph. D. Kristóf Fenyvesi, senior researcher at the Institute for Educational Research, University of Jyväskylä.
Experience Workshop is offering European schools complex training packages adapted to the individual needs of the institutions, enabling them to implement Erasmus+ mobility programmes, whether accredited mobility programmes or short-term projects.
Complexity of the training packages lies in the fact that they offer the possibility to carry out several mobility activities at the same time, in the framework of one trip. Teachers have the opportunity to take part in classical methodological training and/or to carry out job shadowing (professional visit) in a Finnish school, and meanwhile, groups of students can participate in student mobility experiencing the daily life of a Finnish school.
The pricing of mobility and training courses depends on the specific package tailored to individual needs. The agreement with your institution will be set out in a signed agreement.
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Dr Kristóf Fenyvesi STEAM director
Eszter Kovács Erasmus-coordinator
Others said about us…
The Finnish countryside, the sauna, the sightseeing, but the most interesting was the school visit.
On the first day at school we got to know the students, had lunch together and therefore talked through the following lessons… we developed very close friendships.
I became more open and direct with people.
(students from the Áron Szilády High School (Hungary))
I understood something about STEAM and would love to delve into a maths project during a similar visit.
We built relationships for a possible joint project.
I learnt about Finnish culture and history and really enjoyed the peer learning situations, but the highlight for me was learning together with Tampere.
The children developed in many different ways. Teamwork, learning about cultures, self-awareness, perseverance, foreign language expression, communication skills.
(teachers of the Áron Szilády High School (Hungary))