The Oodi Library in Helsinki was one of the key social development projects of the Helsinki Municipality & Finnish state. Finnish libraries have been an old traditional social innovation in Finland supporting Finnish language, reading and literacy. Oodi has been awarded the best library in the world in 2019, got more than 3 million visitors in the first year, and contributed to the record of 9 million visitors for all libraries in Helsinki, a city with 650 000 inhabitants.
- Librarians of schools and municipalities
- Teachers of mainstream, vocational and adult education
- Teacher trainers, careers officers, educational guides and counsellors
- Headmasters/principals/managers of schools and organisations offering adult education or vocational education
If you are interested in 21st century competencies, especially multiliteracy, multiculturality, increasing literacy & students’ attraction to reading and not only, creating new knowledge, how can school or local libraries facilitate community based learning and wellbeing this is a lead course for you.
This course will include 4 modules, 3 LIVE sessions of 90 min
3 August from 5 to 7.000 pm Helsinki Time ( EET)
4 August from 5 to 7.00 pm Helsinki Time ( EET)
5 August from 5 to 7.00 pm Helsinki Time (EET)
The short online course is organised as of 16hourse of activity, 6 hours in synchronous Learning and 10 in peer and self directed learning ( on your own pace)
Module 1- Multiliteracy, 21st century competencies
Module 2- Makerspace, digital access to all
Module 3- A space for wellbeing, libraries supporting families and communities ( sports, wellness, wellbeing, supporting a more positive school culture
Module 4- Harvesting, creating local projects
This course is an Action or Experience Based Learning (Kolb) course, coaching model applied, you will work on your own context and develop your own local prototyping idea. Peer work will accelerate your learning.
You might like to explore this article & interview with Oodi librarian
Andreea Gatman – MBA in PGM, Coach, Trainer, organising courses in Helsinki since 2016 on topics like School Development, Best Practices Benchmarking, Integrated Curriculum- Teaching Global Skills, Coaching Strategies etc.
Fee: 160 € + VAT 38,40 €. VAT 0% when registering with a VAT-number/fiscal code.
Register to this short online course by sending email to firstname.lastname@example.org