MOTI Education is a collective of five secondary level educators based out of Tampere, Finland. Our goal is to help solve your problems in the classroom and to consult and advise on school development. We are looking to share our knowledge gained over a cumulative 50yrs of experience in education with you. In our Blog, we endeavour to share and reflect on our experiences, observations, and ideas in the field of education. From the page “Our Online Courses” you will find our idea of teaching and our courses online. Please feel free to inquire about lectures and courses we could offer you. Welcome to the MOTI Education journey!
Education can be categorised into four core elements; motivation, orientation, teaching and innovation. All of these elements affect our work every day. Each brings challenges to overcome and problems to solve.
Motivation and Well-being
Would You like to improve Your skills in motivating students and help them to get better learning results? If Your answer is yes, this is the course for You. In this short course we give tools that will help You to become a teacher who knows how to motivate students and help them achieve better results.
Preventing School Drop-out
What kind of possibilities would these be to develop a school? The upcoming course of preventing school drop-out will reveal you some secrets of Finnish education.
How is that done in different situations? How to organise lessons and courses and plan also assessment in advance? The upcoming course about planning courses, lessons, teaching methods and assessment gives basic tools for that.
What kind of changes could be made to better reach students? Are there other avenues worth exploring to find new ideas and perspectives? Our first course about innovation deals with positive pedagogy and using it to support students.
In addition of our online-courses we are able to arrange lectures, lessons, workshops and courses about all those skills that teacher needs for succeeding in teaching. Feel free to ask more.
Today, on March 20, is the United Nation’s annual International Day Of Happiness. The World Happiness Report has also just been released. According to this report, Finland is the happiest country in the world 2021 fourth year in a row. What delightful news these are also for us Finnish teachers! Like everyone else during this …
Finland is known for its beautiful and pure nature, thousands of lakes and a silent nation. You have probably also heard that Finnish people consume more coffee per capita than any other nation in the world! However, there is one thing that we are known for that we are extremely proud of: Our qualified education …
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