Unlike in almost all other countries, Finnish teachers train for their profession at a university. This has been the case for over 40 years. “University-level teacher education ensures that teaching is linked with the most up-to-date research results,” says Professor of Higher Education Auli Toom. She manages the Centre for University Teaching and Learning at the University of Helsinki and during her career has studied university pedagogy particularly from the perspective of the learning and education of teacher students.
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